The wait is over! Finally, TaiG version 2.1.1 is released for iOS 8.3 jailbreak with fix for Cydia Substrate and a number of other issues. The fix for Cydia Substrate is an important one as it means you can now use most of your favorite jailbreak tweaks from Cydia.

If you are already jailbroken using TaiG 2.0, you don’t need to jailbreak again as a Cydia package file is available which you can easily install manually and it includes all the fixes for version 2.1.1. A guide on it can be found here.


For those of you not jailbroken yet or still having issues jailbreaking with TaiG 2.0, you can try TaiG 2.1.1 to jailbreak your device. It is important to note that TaiG 2.1.1 is available for Windows only, and it supports all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models on iOS 8.3, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.1.3.

The instructions to jailbreak iOS 8.3 using TaiG 2.1.1 are exactly similar to last release. Simply follow our guides posted here to jailbreak your device.

Make sure you download TaiG 2.1.1 from here (English version) or from here (Chinese version) first before following these tutorials:


Here’s our video tutorial showing the familiar jailbreak process.

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And here’s Cydia 1.1.18 running on jailbroken iOS 8.3:

Cydia 1118-1

If you are still having issues jailbreaking with TaiG, follow our troubleshooting guide here: Fix TaiG iOS 8.3 Jailbreak Error 1101, 1102, 1103 And More [Troubleshooting].

Installed successfully? Check out Cydia tweaks compatible with iOS 8.3: iOS 8.3 Compatible Jailbreak Tweaks On Cydia [List].

Update x1: Version 2.1.1 is out. The post above has been updated to reflect this change.

Update x2: TaiG has pulled the download links of v2.1.0 and v2.1.1, saying these files were meant to be for internal testing only and can cause issues with icons disappearing on home screen. The wait continues!

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