Good news for anyone holding off on jailbreaking iOS 8.3. The TaiG jailbreak tool has officially been updated to version 2.1.2. The new release brings several bug fixes and support for Cydia Substrate, which has been updated for iOS 8.3. Most issues facing early adopters of the initial release have been resolved, including problems related to newer versions of iTunes. Users who have already jailbroken their devices do not have to re-jailbreak, but there are updates that must be installed to prevent future issues.
UPDATE: TaiG 2.2.0 has been released to jailbreak iOS 8.4.
iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners looking to jailbreak can click here for complete instructions on jailbreaking iOS 8.3 or 8.4 with TaiG.
If you have already jailbroken using TaiG 2.0.0, follow these steps to update your device:1. Open Cydia and you should see a pop-up window with upgrade instructions.
2. Tap Complete Upgrade. When prompted tap Reboot.
If for some reason Cydia does not automatically prompt you to install TaiG 2.1.2, try the following:
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1. Open Cydia and navigate to Changes -> TaiG Untether
2. Tap Modify -> Upgrade -> Confirm
The complete list of updates in TaiG 2.1.2 include the following:
- Compatibility with Cydia Substrate
- Stability fixes
- Prevent freezing at 20% and 60% during jailbreak
- Compatible with the latest iTunes
- Fixes blank Settings problem while pairing Apple Watch
- UICache issues fixed
If you plan to jailbreak iOS 8.3, this is the release you have been waiting for. Those needing to update to 8.3 must take action within days, as Apple will stop signing this firmware after the release of iOS 8.4, scheduled for June 30.