Jailbreak Your iOS 8.3 with TaiG 2.0

Jailbreak your iPhone or iPad running iOS 8.3 with TaiG 2.0.0. This jailbreak is super simple to try and do.

Note: This tool is Windows just for currently, therefore you’ll either want a Windows laptop, or a macintosh with a virtual machine running Windows. I used a virtual machine for this tutorial (Oracle VM, and it absolutely was super simple.

You’ll have to downgrade to iTunes 12.1 so you won’t stand still at the 20% progress level throughout the jailbreak. I’ve  a fix during this post. Downgrading iTunes shouldn’t take long in any respect.

Step 1: transfer and extract TaiG 2.0.0 from  Taig

Step 2: Disable find My iPhone and Passcode lock on your device

Step 3: Connect your device to your laptop

Step 4: Run the TaiG 2.0.0 tool and it will detect your device

Step 5: Uncheck the 3K assistant, however keep Cydia checked

Step 6: Click start

Step 7: Wait till the jailbreak completes. If you see storage full errors, simply ignore those

Step 8: Once the jailbreak completes, see the Cydia app on your Home screen and launch it

That’s all there\'s to that. This jailbreak works with iOS 8.1.3 through iOS 8.3

Keep in mind that Cydia Substrate hasn’t been updated now,however Saurik is presently engaged on a update, and it ought to be offered shortly.

Thankfully, the 20% error that was inflicting us issues earlier  has been solved . If you received this error, you should downgrade your version of iTunes.

I decided to downgrade to iTunes 12.1.0 as steered by many of my Twitter followers, and similar to that, it worked. If you’re having issues with TaiG 2.0.0 hanging at 20% completion for the iOS 8.3 jailbreak, then attempt downgrading your version of iTunes.

iTunes downgrade

I’m running a 32-bit version of Windows 10 and was quickly ready to jailbreak because of this iTunes downgrade. keep in mind that you need to uninstall any previous versions of iTunes before putting in an older version.

You can get older versions of iTunes through easy Google search. you\'ll use IPSW.me for iTunes downgrades.

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