TaiG 2.4.3 has been released, and is currently being offered as a beta version of the popular jailbreak tool that aims to “optimize the jailbreak process.” The 2.4.3 release, which should hopefully provide a smooth jailbreak experience of iOS 8.4 to those who have been having issues, comes just a matter of days after the launch of version 2.4.2 which brought with it an all new version of Cydia and additional fixes for the untether process.

The last version of TaiG, 2.4.2, had been released to fix the jailbreak process getting stuck at 30% and 40% with the version before that, namely 2.4.1, fixing an issue whereby some users were experiencing hanging at 60% of the way through the jailbreak process. Version 2.4.3, which still remains in beta, is intended to optimize and streamline the whole process and therefore isn’t really an applicable release to anyone who is already jailbroken on iOS 8.4.


Here’s the full changelog of TaiG 2.4.3:

V2.4.3 optimises the process of jailbreak.

V2.4.3 is a beta version. If not necessary, you can use previous version to jailbreak.

One of the most important things to take into account, which is often overlooked by some jailbreakers in the community, is that not all new versions of a particular tool are applicable to all users. Unlike version 2.4.2 which included a new and improved copy of Cydia as part of the bundle, version 2.4.3 of the TaiG tool doesn’t actually offer any improvements to those who are already successfully jailbroken on iOS 8.4. This particular release is intended for those who are yet to jailbreak in an effort to streamline and make the process as smooth and trouble free as possible.

You can download TaiG 2.4.3 beta [TaiGJBreak_EN_2430.zip] from here. This is the English version of the tool, and is currently available for the Windows platform only. If you’re a Mac user, then we recommend that you jailbreak iOS 8.4 using the newly released PP jailbreak tool.

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If you haven’t jailbroken yet, you can find the instructions on how to jailbreak iOS 8.4 here:

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