iOS 8.4 with TaiG v2.3.0
So on 30th June 2015 Apple released, among other things, iOS 8.4. The beta 1 version of iOS 8.4 was released in April.
If you have already updated your Apple device and are itching to customize it then the folks over at TaiG had an answer for you. iOS 8.4 with TaiG v2.2.0, released on July 1st was their latest version of their tool that you could use to jailbreak your newly updated operating system.
But not so fast, security and stability issues caused TaiG to release version 2.2.1 on July 2nd which contained a patch to prevent an application from getting root privileges.
But wait, the v2.2.1 update is no longer available since it was consider to be unsafe by saurik, the developer of Cydia.
On July 3rd, TaiG released, v2.3.0 which integrates Cydia 1.1.19, and is compatible with iOS 8.3-8.4; but beware, the security patch was removed.
According to TaiG’s Update Log, it’s been a busy three days, but it appears that the dust has now settled. You’ll know you’ve had a successful install once your device shows the Cydia icon on your home screen.
We are aware that PP Assistant had also been released only an hour after Apple’s iOS 8.4 was released however it is not recommended for use as the team behind it is unknown. TaiG claims that the PP Assistant team reverse engineered the TaiG Jailbreak Tool and provides the download through PP by modifying TaiG’s program interface. TaiG considers this a serious infringement of TaiG Team’s copyright and condemns PP’s unfair competition.
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