TaiG version 2.4.1 is now out to fix jailbreak getting stuck at 60% issue during iOS 8.4 jailbreak process. Team TaiG first released 2.4.1 as a beta and after receiving positive feedback, have now made it available to download for everyone.

So if you have had no luck jailbreaking with previous versions of TaiG, give TaiG 2.4.1 a try. It will likely get past that dreaded stuck at 60% problem.

Here’s the full official changelog of TaiG version 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.


This release comes only a few days after version 2.3.1 was released with Cydia 1.1.20 bundled as part of the jailbreak tool. If you are already jailbroken on iOS 8.4, you don’t need to do anything. Just make sure you are running the latest version 2.3 of TaiG 8.1.3-8.x Untether package from Cydia with all the required updates and fixes. You can find this package on Cydia’s default Telesphoreo repository. New jailbreakers are advised to use 2.4.1 version of TaiG from here on. Links for download plus instructions on how to jailbreak are linked at the foot of this post.

Earlier today, Saurik released Cydia Installer version 1.1.22 with important fixes. To learn about what’s new in this release and how to update on your device, check out the details here.

Still available for Windows only, TaiG can jailbreak all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running iOS 8.4, 8.3, 8.2 and 8.1.3.

TaiG 2.4.1 can be downloaded from here. [TaiGJBreak_EN_2410.zip – English version]

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If you are having any other issue during or after TaiG iOS 8.4 jailbreak, check out our complete troubleshooting guide for a resolution: Fix TaiG iOS 8.4/8.3 Jailbreak Stuck At 20% Error 1101, 1102, 1103 And More [Troubleshooting Guide].

For tutorials on how to jailbreak iOS 8.4, follow:

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