Download TaiG iOS 8.1.1 Jailbreak v1.0.2 [Here’s What Is New]
The TaiG iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak tool download has brought a belated Thanksgiving gift to those looking to get Cydia up and running on iOS 8.1.1 or the currently in-beta iOS 8.2, and given that, like Pangu before it, it’s untethered in nature, one can simply follow the steps, apply the jailbreak, and proceed without subsequent interruption. As is the case when any new, untried or unheard tool simply lands right out of the blue, the jailbreak community has taken the past couple of days to digest the news, with trusted jailbreakers having given it the once-over, and with MuscleNerd today declaring TaiG as being safe to use, the games have most definitely begun. Now, TaiG has released a minor update in the form of version 1.0.2, which adds the ability to remove the 3K Assistant that can be optionally installed at the point of jailbreak.
The 3K Assistant is essentially an application that includes a repository, discussion, and other info relevant to jailbreakers, but it’s only aimed at Chinese consumers. If you followed our step-by-step tutorial on jailbreaking with TaiG, you’ll have seen how to go about applying the jailbreak without dragging 3K into the bargain. But if you went ahead and installed yourself, or perhaps bundled in the 3K Assistant by accident, the v1.0.2 update allows you to easily remove it via Cydia if you’ve no use for it.
Given that TiaG has been offered MuscleNerd’s stamp of approval, it’s likely that many of you have decided to update your firmware to iOS 8.1.1 and jailbreak and reap the benefits that it brings. If you happen to be rolling with the iOS 8.2 beta software, then you can also jailbreak using the very same tool, although the timing of TiaG’s release could mean that Apple patches it before iOS 8.2 makes prime time.
Still, as long as your device runs either flavor of iOS 8, you can get involved with the TiaG jailbreak, and if you are ready to indulge, then check the guides linked below.