TaiG

Earlier today, TaiG released version 2.4.1 beta of its iOS 8.4 jailbreak tool on Windows. This update was aimed at fixing the frustrating 60% hangup issues that occurred during the jailbreak process.

Well under 24 hours later, and TaiG has upgraded the beta jailbreak tool to a public version. As such, the TaiG team is recommending that all new jailbreakers use version 2.4.1 instead of previous versions.

Here is the full change log for TaiG 2.4.1:

  • Fix the issue of getting stuck at 60% based on users’ feedback.
  • Optimize the process of jailbreak; improve the process’s stability

As we’ve noted in our previous post, this will seemingly be the new trend for TaiG releases—a beta, followed shortly thereafter by public release.

You can download TaiG 2.4.1 from our downloads page today.

If you’ve been experiencing issues getting stuck at 60% during the jailbreak process, then it’s highly recommended that you give version 2.4.1 a shot. I’ve already talked with several individuals who experienced issues with previous versions of the tool, and they confirmed that they were able to successfully jailbreak with this latest version.

What’s your experience been like with version 2.4.1? Please share your thoughts in the comments below.