At the moment, if I’m not mistaken, the fifth beta version of iOS 8.2 has already been released, but Apple still continues to sign previous test builds – and this can be very useful for jailbreak fans.
Some jailbreakers unknowingly or accidentally updated their gadgets to iOS 8.1.3, and in this version of the firmware Apple has closed the vulnerabilities used for jailbreaking. For some time, it was possible to rollback to iOS 8.1.2, but then Apple stopped signing this firmware, and those of the jailbreakers who did not have time to rollback remained, as they say, at a broken trough.
However, those who have installed iOS 8.1.3 but would like to upgrade to a jailbreakable firmware still have a way out. As it turned out, the second beta version of iOS 8.2 is easy to jailbreak using the PP Jailbreak utility, while, as mentioned above, Apple continues to sign this firmware. One problem is that beta versions of iOS can only be installed by registered developers, but in fact the problem is quite easy to solve by a little digging on the Internet and finding developers who will be ready to enter your device data into their account.
Well, the process of jailbreak iOS 8.2 itself is no different from the standard one, which we described in a separate instruction. Happy jailbreak!