The iOSDaily guide on how to jailbreak devices running iOS 9.0 – 9.0.2 is here. The iOS 9 Pangu jailbreak
tool works with the iPod Touch, iPhone 4s all the way up to the iPhone 6s Plus and iPad Mini 2/3/4 and iPad Air 1 and 2. Check it out after the jump.
Guide for iOS 9.0 – 9.0.2:
1. Plug your device into your computer
2. Open up iTunes and backup your device [OPTIONAL]
3. If your iDevice has a passcode on it, disable it temporarily.
Settings > General > Passcode Lock, enter your passcode, then tap ‘Turn Passcode Off’
4. Disable ‘Find My iPhone’ temporarily.
Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone then turn off ‘Find My iPhone’
5. Enable Airplane Mode. Swipe up from Control Center
7. Launch Pangu for iOS 9 and tap ‘Start’, then ‘Already Backup’ on the next screen
8. During the jailbreak process your device will reboot, the tool will then ask you to unlock your device and enable Airplane mode again, after which the jailbreak process will continue
9. After a while the jailbreak tool will ask you to run the Pangu app it installed. Run it and ‘Allow’ access to the Photos app when prompted
10. Finally the jailbreak tool should say ‘Jailbreak Completed’, at this point you can close the jailbreak tool on your computer
11. Once your iDevice is successfully jailbroken, Cydia will appear on your Homescreen. Open Cydia and wait for it to download the latest package data.
Cydia might need to “respring” your device on the first launch.
You’re now ready to install some jailbreak tweaks. See our post here
for a list of iOS 9 compatible tweaks
[UPDATE] Pangu v1.3.0 now lets you jailbreak iOS 9.1 on 64-bit devices ONLY