The TaiG team, as everybody knows, is now the leader in the world of iOS jailbreaks. It is no surprise as this is the team who gave us the long-needed iOS 8.3. It then went ahead to release a jailbreak for iOS 8.4 as well just on the day of its public release. Also, TaiG has been actively updating its jailbreak tool to make it better and error-free, along with being highly stable and speedy. All this has led to the TaiG team becoming the ultimate jailbreak provider which is trustworthy.
Image : Fix Taig Stuck at 60% Error
But having said that, nothing is perfect and the TaiG tool has its fair share of drawbacks. A major drawback, which we have been expecting TaiG to resolve soon, is that the TaiG tool is not available for Mac and can be used only on Windows or an emulator. This causes some inconvenience, but then we can make do, But the TaiG jailbreak further has some errors which irritates the users. Many users have reported quite a number of errors, like getting Apple driver not found error, or the popular error where the progress gets stuck at a particular mark. Such errors have kept many users away from going on the jailbreak, but TaiG hasn’t been idle at this.
TaiG is in the habit of fixing the bugs and errors in its jailbreak tool quickly, and now comes an update which fixes the progress getting stuck error. TaiG has rolled out the version 2.4.1 beta of their jailbreak tool for iOS 8.4 in order to remove the progress stuck at 60% error. However, remember that this is just a beta release, which means that it can be unstable or can contain some other errors. So only use this 2.4.1 beta to jailbreak your iOS device in case version 2.3.1 is not working for you and is constantly showing progress getting stuck or other errors.
Image : Taig 2.4.1 Download Links Available Below
The official full changelog of the TaiG 2.4.1 beta jailbreak tool is :
- V2.4.1 Beta
- Fix the issue of getting stuck at 60% based on users’ feedback.
- Optimize the process of jailbreak; improve the process’s stability.
It was only recently that the TaiG team had released the TaiG 2.3.1 which brought in the Cydia 1.1.20 integrated with it. In case you have already jailbroken your iOS device successfully with the TaiG 2.3 tool, then you do not need to use the version 2.4.1 to jailbreak again. Just ensure that the version of TaiG you are running is the latest 2.3 from Cydia, complete with all the fixes and updates. The default Telesphoreo repository from Cydia has this package.
With this new TaiG release comes another major release. Saurik, our beloved Cydia creator, has released the version 1.1.22 of Cydia with some really important fixes and you can download Cydia 1.1.22 right away. Meanwhile, the TaiG 2.4.1 beta is again only for Windows and can jailbreak the iOS devices including iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone that are running iOS 8.1.3 and above.
You can easily download TaiG 2.4.1 from here. In case you are new to jailbreaking and don’t know how to install the jailbreak, follow our step-by-step easy tutorial for jailbreaking using the TaiG tool.