TaiG 2.3.1 officially released and no longer in beta


TaiG has elevated its latest jailbreak tool out of beta and are now promoting it as a public download. Version 2.3.1 of the TaiG tool’s most notable change is its inclusion of the latest version of Cydia, version 1.1.20. Actually, this is apparently the only change contained within TaiG 2.3.1, as we noted in our overview of the 2.3.1 beta release a few days ago.

As far as why TaiG has now started a beta program, there haven’t been any clear details on the reasoning behind the change. My best guess is that they want to make sure that all of the potential bugs are discovered by early adopters, before they promote a new release as a publicly available release.

Here is the change log for TaiG 2.3.1:

  • Integrate the latest Cydia 1.1.20.

TaiG has also updated its change log page with this special note regarding those who are jailbroken using earlier versions of the TaiG tool:

Users of TaiG V1.0.0-1.3.0, supporting iOS 8.0-iOS 8.1.2, don’t need to rejailbreak. If you want to remove setreuid patch, add TaiG repo (apt.taig.com) or 3K repo (apt.3kzhushou.com), and update TaiG 8.0-8.1.X Untether.

If you want to download TaiG 2.3.1, then head over to our downloads page where you can do so right now.

Which version of TaiG did you use to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad? Also, which version of iOS are you currently on? I’m interested to see if any of you happen to still be on some of the earlier iOS firmware like iOS 8.0 or iOS 8.1.2…