How to Jailbreak iOS 8.3, 8.2, 8.1.3 using TaiG 2.0

Earlier today TaiG team released its untethered jailbreak tool for iOS 8.3, 8.2, 8.1.3 for Windows users.

To be first clear, TaiG 2.0 jailbreak tool supports the following devices;
  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s
  • iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad 3 and iPad 2
  • iPad mini 1 (1st generation iPad mini), iPad mini 2 (Retina iPad mini), iPad mini 3
  • iPod touch 5th generation
You may already heard about the problem that many users faced during jailbreaking where they stuck at 20% and their iPhone is rebooted automatically, however you can still use our guide..

  1. TaiG 2.0 is an untethered jailbreak. 
  2. TaiG 2.0 jailbreak is currently available on Windows. However, Mac users can still use a virtual machine or Parallel program (free trail) to use TaiG on OS X. 
  3. TaiG 2.0 jailbreak iOS 8.3, iOS 8.2, iOS 8.1.3. 
  4. Make sure to backup your device before proceeding by using iTunes or iCloud backup.
  5. Disable any Anti-viruses or firewall installed on your PC. 

  How to Jailbreak iOS 8.3, 8.2, 8.1.3 using TaiG 2.0

STEP 1: Download TaiG 2.0 from this link.

STEP 2: Connect your iPhone to your computer via a usb cable.

STEP 3: Disable your iPhone's passcode or Touch ID by going to Settings---->Touch ID & PAsscode.

STEP 4: Now run TaiG 2.0 program tool as 'administrator'. Right click on the TaiG exe and select the “Run as Administrator” option.

STEP 5: TaiG will take some time to detect your device. Once you confirm that it is showing the correct firmware version, deselect the 3K Assistant 2.3.0 (TaiG’s App Store), just below Cydia 1.1.16.

STEP 6: Click on the green Start button to proceed. You will see the circular progress bar.

NOTE: If the jailbreak process is stuck at 20%, please check this post where there is a fix that can helps you.

STEP 7: If the jailbreak process is complete, your iPhone will reboot automatically and you shall find Cydia installed on your device..


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