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Min Zheng’s Flying JB for iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak

At a time there hasn’t  anything fresh has revealed after iOS 9.1 jailbreak, Min Zheng’s video demo which shows Flying JB for iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak was an attention winning fact. It is only a few days old but the excitement still remains unchanged. So we thought of sharing some important facts about Min Zheng’s Flying JB download.


Flying Jailbreak for iOS 9.2.1

This is a way to jailbreak iOS 9.2.1, but it has arrested most attention as it came at a time jailbreak is missing. Since the release date, there hasn’t anything reported negatively, as this is an extremely interesting piece of work by Min Zheng even though it caters only a limited set of iOS users. But those who are getting involved is comparatively less, which means this too adventurous.

This new way of Jailbreaking has refreshed the iOS crowd but Flying JB is different to the regular jailbreak we are familiar with Pangu or TaiG. In additionally Flying JB for iOS 9.2.1 is absolutely limited.

Features of Flying JB

Flying JB is not a GUI based tool, where you will hardly feel comfortable within the process. If you are a jailbreaker who has involved with Pangu or TaiG jailbreak, this might sound absolutely vary. In fact, this could be a reason for users less involvement with the process. And Flying JB is for those who love adventures.

To use Flying JB you must justify several requirements. The first thing is its device support, in fact flying JB only works for 32-bit devices, which means iPhone 5 or lower. In Zheng’s video, he uses Flying JB for iOS 9.2.1 on an iPhone 5c where an unsigned Mobile Terminal app get  access, which gives the ability to run any command as root.

If you are fine with the device model the next thing is the iOS version you are running, to jailbreak with Flying JB you have to be on iOS 9.2.1 or lower.


At a glance Flying JB for iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak is an extremely interesting invent by Zheng, but it is not capable of giving a full functional jailbreak for your iOS 9.2.1. In fact there isn’t anything reported about Cydia install after jailbreak. But those like to take an experience with Flying JB can visit Github for source codes and more help.

Developer Credits

Min Zheng is the giant role behind Flying JB and he equally credited Cererdlong and Eakerqiu for the constant help throughout the work.


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