Reboot Loop issue has been raised after PanGu released iOS 10.2 jailbreak and it occurring on iPhone, iPad Mini and iPad Air after jailbreaking iOS 9.1.
Surprisingly, PanGu released untethered jailbreak for iOS 10.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Now, the issue is, PanGu9 creating couple of errors including “Reboot Loop”. So, what’s this error and how does it occur?
Actually, on some devices, jailbreak iOS 10.2 is creating “Boot Loop of Death”. It’s limited to certain devices, but it’s really hard to say that which device would give your reboot loop error.
According the AppSync developer, unclean shutdown or unclean reboot puts iPhone device in BLoDs. Now, the full form of BLoDs is, Boot Loop of Death and it happens when you shutdown your device without proper care.
To understand what actually BLoDs is, you need to read the actual quote from AngelXwind, the developer of Cydia tweaks.
My theory is that unclean shutdowns are, if not the cause, a contributing factor to BLoDs. I’m saying this because I’ve seen a lot of people get into BLoDs just by performing unclean shutdowns. What’s an unclean shutdown, you ask? An unclean shutdown is a device shutdown that does not properly unmount the HFSJ+ filesystem on iOS — this can be holding Lock and Home to force a reboot, or even a kernel panic can cause these.
In addition, AngelXwind explains that in some cases where the device is in Boot Loop of Death issue, I mean in BLoDs case, you can hold Up Volume button to get out from it. If you’re lucky enough, you’d be get out.
#1 What is BLoD?
Ans: BLoD is Boot Loop of Death or Reboot Loop.
#2 How to Avoid My iPhone or iPad from Boot Loop of Death?
Ans: Avoid rebooting or shut down as possible as you can.
#3 Does it occurring due to Buggy tweak?
Ans: No. BLoD is not actually happen due to Buggy tweak.
#4 How to completely prevent Reboot Loop issue with PanGu9?
Ans: PanGu would release bug fixed untethered jailbreak for iOS 10.2 in couple of days, rejailbreak your iPhone using that tool. You can download PanGu latest version too.