How to jailbreak iOS 8.3 with TaiG 2.1.2

An updated version of the TaiG 2.1.2 utility for jailbreaking mobile devices based on the current iOS 8.3 has been released today. The main change in the new version is support for the Cydia Substrate framework, and therefore full support for tweaks. Next, we’ll show you how to update your jailbreak or make it from scratch using TaiG.

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Some iPhone owners have already jailbroken using TaiG. It makes no sense for them to repeat the procedure a second time. It is enough to update the package through the Cydia store. This requires:

1. Launch Cydia on your mobile device and wait for all sources to update.


2. Find package TaiG 8.1.3-8.x Untether v2.1.2.


3. If it is absent in the search, then you can find it in the repository To add a new source, go to Sources-Edit-Add.


4. Install the TaiG 8.1.3-8.x Untether v2.1.2 package.

In order for the changes to take effect, a mandatory reboot of the mobile device is required.

Those users who decided to wait for the updated version of the utility were a little more fortunate. Its creators not only added support for the framework, but also eliminated existing flaws. Therefore, there should be no problems with jailbreak. All you need is to download the latest TaiG utility v2.1.2 for iOS 8.3. The rest of the jailbreak process is no different from what we described earlier. The only caveat is that the utility is designed for Windows and Mac owners will need to use a virtual machine.

Read also:   TaiG Jailbreak for iOS 8.3 Released with Bug Fixes

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