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How To Jailbreak iOS 8.3 With TaiG 2.0

jailbreak ios 8.3

Apple has been adamant about locking down its devices, making it virtually impossible for consumers to
change and customize things on their Apple device. This is especially different than Google’s android
which allows a myriad of options to its consumers to alter their mobile devices according to their own
preferences. In order to personalize their mobile experience Apple users have been keen to jailbreak
their Apple devices.

jailbreak ios 8.3

Yesterday TaiG, the famous Chinese team, provided Apple jailbreakers with a tool to jailbreak iOS 8.3. So far iOS 8.2 was the latest version of iOS which could be jailbroken like we showed you. It should however be noted that by the next release of iOS Apple will have most probably patched the jailbreak giving jailbreakers a limited amount of time to use this tool. (The jailbreak can be undone by hitting the restore button in iTunes which will have the result of validating your warranty.) So how can you use this tool to jailbreak your phone? Just follow the steps given below.

STEP 1: Download TaiG 2.0 jailbreaking tool from this website. However, this tool is only for use on a
Windows computer so you’ll have to either use a Windows computer or a Mac which has a virtual
machine running Windows.

STEP 2: Connect your iOS device to your computer. At this point it is highly recommended to back up your
device and hitting the restore button in the iTunes store but this is not essential. So you can skip this and
move on to the next step if you want.

STEP 3: Turn off your Passcode lock and the Find My iPhone option in the settings and the iCloud of your iOS device.

STEP 4: Run TaiG 2.0. It will detect your device and a window will open. Select the Cydia 1.1.16 option
and make sure that the 3K Assistant option is not selected before hitting start. You might run into a
problem at the 20% progress level. Don’t worry this has an easy fix by downgrading your iTunes version to

STEP 5: Now find the Cydia app and start it to access a world of tinkering and tweaking to help keep you
occupied till the next iOS update!

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