Here is a new version of TaiG 2.4.1 which is meant to fix the issue of getting stuck at 60% while jailbreaking the device with the previous version. Along with this major change, there are few other improvements and stability enhancements in the new version. This version is still under testing environment, but soon its stable version would be promulgated.
If you want to jailbreak your device using TaiG but are not sure which version to try, we have gathered below few pieces of information in the form of questions and answers to help you select the best version for your device.
Q: My device is already jailbroken using the previous version of TaiG, should I use this new one?
A: If your device is already jailbroken, you don’t need to re-jailbreak your device with TaiG 2.4.1 version. Indeed, you should install all the updates issued by TaiG team on Cydia store.
Q: I am still running iOS other than that of iOS 8.4 and now want to update my device to iOS 8.4. Which version of TaiG should I use in this case?
A: If you want to upgrade your device to iOS 8.4 and then jailbreak it, you should use TaiG 2.4.1. You can also use the previous version 2.3.1.
Q: While jailbreaking, I am stuck at 60%, now what to do?
A: In this case, use this new version though it is still in beta stage, but it would help you bypass 60% issue.
Q: TaiG jailbreak tool v2.4.1 says Apple driver hasn’t been found, now from where to download this driver?
A: If you launch TaiG 2.4.1, but it gives you an error that Apple drivers are not installed on your device, you can simply go to this Chinese website and download the appropriate drivers for your PC. The page is in Chinese, but you can translate it into English using the Google translator.
Q: Where is the direct download link for TaiG 2.4.1?
A: In order to make it easier for our readers to find the latest version of TaiG, we have published a dedicated article for TaiG where you can find the download links for recently released TaiG versions.
Q: Can I use this new version of TaiG to jailbreak iOS 9 pubic beta?
A: Apple released iOS 9 public beta yesterday. However, TaiG jailbreak is not compatible with iOS 9 yet. If you find any information regarding TaiG iOS 9 jailbreak on any website, it is fake. We will keep you updated when the official version of TaiG for iOS 9 is released.
Q: What are the instructions and precautions to use TaiG?
A: We have already mentioned the complete step by step instructions to use TaiG in our previous post. You can also find the important notes regarding the use of TaiG in that article.