TaiG 2.4.1 beta released to address 60% issues while jailbreaking iOS 8.4


Good news for those of you who are still experiencing issues with the TaiG jailbreak. A new beta version has been released to address issues with users who are getting stuck at 60% during the jailbreak process.

Users who are already jailbroken will likely see a TaiG Untether update soon on Cydia once the 2.4.1 beta period ends. Check out the rest of our post for the release notes related to the release.

Release notes:

1. V2.4.1 fixes the issue of getting stuck at 60% based on users’ feedback, optimizes the jailbreak process and improves its stability.

2. V2.4.1 is a beta version. If not necessary, you can use the previous version to jailbreak.

You can download the TaiG 2.4.1 beta from our downloads page.

As we suspected when TaiG first released a beta version of its tool with version 2.3.1, this looks to be a continuing trend—release a beta first, and then promote the beta to final once multiple users have tested it.

Again, if you’re already jailbroken, there is no need to use this tool. Just wait for an update to the TaiG Untether package, and apply that once released on Cydia.

Are you still experiencing issues with the jailbreak tool? Did this update help?