Cydia On iOS 8.3 – With TaiG 2.0 Jailbreak Tool For iOS 8.3/8.2/8.1.3 │ Full Review
A couple of days after TaiG 2.0 was released to Jailbreak iOS 8.1.3 – 8.2 – iOS 8.3, a newer version of the TaiG jailbreak has been discovered that fixes the issue with Cydia substrate.
Since Cydia Substrate was not compatible with TaiG 2.0, many jailbreak tweaks refused to work on jailbroken iOS devices. TaiG v2.1.0 fixes this issue though, and also fixes the issue where many users were getting stuck at 20% during the jailbreak process.
Saurik has just released an second update for the Cydia Installer (v1.1.18) to make it compatible with iOS 8.3. The update will fix a bug introduced in 1.1.17 update that would cause SpringBoard to lock up if it was killed by a user with the iOS task switcher .
( the 1.1.17 update fix the issue where Cydia would report that it “cannot identify your device” when you try to access your Cydia account).
it’s safe to say that it’s been a whirlwind the last few days. TaiG isn’t showing any signs of slowing down, as they’ve now made yet another update to their jailbreak tool available online. This update, dubbed TaiG 2.1.1 comes mere hours after the 2.1.0 update—a release that aimed to fix the Cydia Substrate issues—was discovered.
As far as what’s included in TaiG 2.1.1, my guess is bug fixes. Judging by the minor release version, there’s likely some minor fixes that were important enough to warrant an update.
At any rate, it’s always best to use the latest and greatest when it comes to jailbreak tools, so if you’ve yet to jailbreak, you might as well use TaiG 2.1.1 to do so.
TaiG 2.1.1 has not been officially released by the TaiG team so it may be prudent to wait as it could be buggy. It is likely that the team will update their jailbreak tool and push out an update soon. After all, the team was expected to release a new version yesterday to fix the issue with Cydia Substrate.
Note : TaiG has warned users not to use this release, as it is still in testing. Proceed at your own risk.
You can download TaiG 2.1.1 from our jailbreak tool page. If you decide to take it for a test drive, be sure to come back here and comment on your experience with the tool.