Jailbroken using TaiG iOS 8.3 jailbreak? Settings.app crashing or apps not updating from App Store? Here’s how to fix these issues.

Like any new jailbreak, TaiG 2.0 comes with its fair share of bugs. And the most common ones which are being faced by a lot of users after fresh jailbreak are:

  • Settings.app crashing over and over when you try to launch it on iPhone.
  • Apps failing to download or update from App Store.


Here’s what you can do to fix these issues:

Fix Settings.app Crashing


Fixing the Settings app crashing issue is as easy as unpairing your Apple Watch from your iPhone. Simply launch the Apple Watch app from your home screen, then tap on ‘Apple Watch’, and then ‘Unpair Apple Watch’. Keep in mind that you will lose all data on your Apple Watch once you do this, but on the other hand, it will likely fix the Settings app crashing issue for you.

Fix Apps Not Downloading / Updating From App Store


Launch the App Store and then tap on Updates > Purchased. You might be presented with a pop-up asking you to log into your iTunes account even if you were already logged in. Enter your password and confirm. You should now be able to download your favorite apps or update without issues. Alternatively, if you try to navigate to Settings > iTunes & App Store, you will be asked to enter your password again even if you are already signed in. Enter your password and the problem should be fixed.


If the above mentioned fixes don’t work for you, it will be best for you to try a fresh restore to iOS 8.3 and then jailbreak again. It’s always a good practice to jailbreak after restoring fresh using iTunes. Also, if you’re going to restore a backup from iTunes, always do that after you’re done with the process of jailbreaking.

Having issues with TaiG during jailbreak process? Simply follow our troubleshooting guide posted here:

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