Publié le 19 Décembre 2014

iOS 8.2 Beta 3 Released, Will TaiG Jailbreak 8.2 Post 8.1.2? Facts Examined!

Apple Releases iOS 8.2 beta 3, Will TaiG Jailbreak iOS 8.2 Following Their 8.1.2 Jailbreak? – Today, ensuing all of the recent jailbreak news, including that enveloping the Untethered jailbreak for iOS 8.1.2, Apple seeded the third beta iteration of iOS 8.2, being of course 8.2 beta 3, to developers officially enrolled in the company’s iOS 8 Developer program. The company’s latest update is available for immediate download via one of two methods – either through Apple’s traditional Developer Center or as an over-the-air (commonly referred to as OTA for short) update through the default Settings app for developers running either 8.2 beta 2 or beta 1. Additionally, the new 8.2 beta carries a slightly revised build number over its predecessor of 12D5452a, compared to 12D445d. Seeing as the aforementioned jump in build numbers is incredibly minor in nature, it can be assumed that 8.2 offers little in the way of improvements over either of its predecessors. However, in contrast, the latest public firmware (being 8.1.2) is associated with a build number of 12B440. Such a drastic jump would indicate major revisions, improvements and new iOS 8.2 features – perfect for a jailbreak, right? Not exactly, as of now, 8.2 offers no additional features over 8.1.x, aside from the integration of the forthcoming Apple Watch, which is scheduled to be released in “early 2015″. With a release so far out, it’s certainly plausible that the public iteration of 8.2 will boast further improvements and additions. For now however, the 8.2 beta installments are mostly intended for iOS Developers who have their sights set on creating new and exciting Apple Watch apps – for said purpose, Apple has also seeded Xcode 6.2 beta 3 with WatchKit integration (Apple’s SDK or software development kit for the forthcoming device). In the end, the devices that will benefit most from 8.2 will unquestionably be the devices that can fully interface with the Apple Watch, being the iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C and the iPhone 5. But how about jailbreaking? With iOS 8.1.1 and 8.1.2 completely jailbroken untethered by TaiG, will there be a new tool capable of jailbreaking 8.2 on all devices? For more on iOS 8.2 beta 3, including the potential jailbreak status of 8.2, continue reading past the break.

Apple Releases iOS 8.2 Beta 3 – TaiG To Jailbreak 8.2 Untethered?

As stated above, there’s no denying that the Apple Watch, and integrating the device, is the company’s primary focus when it comes to iOS 8.2. However, the possibility remains that new features and significant improvements may be rolled into iOS 8.2 prior to the firmware’s inevitable public release.

When examining the latest release notes, iOS 8.2 beta 3 includes the following corrections over 8.2 beta 2, its predecessor: addresses a bug that caused opening conversations in Messages to take unusually long, added a missing emoji button in the iOS simulator and fixed two issues with WatchKit that caused strange behavior.

iOS 8 And 8.1.2 Jailbreakers Avoid 8.2 Beta 3, A Jailbreak Isn’t Available!

While iOS 8.2 is appealing to developers looking to enter the Apple Watch arena and get a head start on app creation, jailbreakers may have a slightly different outlook on the latest beta firmware as the changes currently aren’t noticeable to the end user, it almost certainly wouldn’t tempt any jailbreaker on iOS 8.0 through 8.1.2 to make the leap to said beta firmware. However, we’re aware that some jailbreakers may be curious as to whether 8.2 corrects or includes anything beyond what’s specifically stated in the latest beta’s release notes – if that’s the case for you, we cannot stress how important it is that you avoid the latest beta update regardless of your curiosity.

Although it’s too early to definitively state one way or the other, it’s highly probable that the TaiG jailbreak for 8.1.2 simply won’t function on 8.2, as Apple may very well patch the exploited vulnerabilities in their rumored forthcoming 8.1.3 release.

iOS 8.2 Beta 3 And Updated Jailbreak Summary

However, that hasn’t stopped jailbreak teams in the past. Following iOS 8.1.1’s release, which patched Pangu’s jailbreak for iOS 8 through 8.1, the TaiG group rushed to the rescue of all those who either mistakenly updated to 8.1.1 or purchased their devices running the new jailbreak-patching firmware out of the box by releasing a new jailbreak that functioned on 8.1.x and thanks to a number of updates, TaiG now follow support the latest public firmware: 8.1.2.

Moreover, the team also states that they plan on having “surprises” for the incredible jailbreak community in “every subsequent iOS public release” and that they already have a method to jailbreak the firmware that Apple isn’t aware of at the moment, meaning they likely have vulnerabilities stockpiled. Can they hold true to their promise? Only time will tell, and we’ll be here to update you along the way!

As of now, while iOS 8.2 will likely receive a jailbreak following its release, it’s good practice to avoid both beta releases, as well as the iteration that will eventually find its way into the hands of the masses, until we know for certain that such a utility will in fact be released.

For those of you who have yet to jailbreak and are running iOS 8 through 8.1.2, we strongly recommend following our detailed TaiG Untethered jailbreak 8.1.2 tutorial to take full advantage of the tool while the opportunity lasts.

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Publié le 19 Décembre 2014

 iOS 8.1.3 Development, Will It Patch TaiG 8.1.2? Jailbreak 8.1.3 Warning!

iOS 8.1.3 Update, Will It Patch TaiG? Urgent Jailbreak iOS 8.1.3 Warning! – There’s no questioning that the jailbreak community has been very lucky, and equally blessed, with the incredible talent of both Pangu and TaiG with their utilities available that can jailbreak a combination of seven different firmwares (iOS 7.1.2 through 8.1.2), as of late. However, a potential dark cloud looms on the horizon: the unreleased, and equally unofficial, iOS 8.1.3 update. While we’ve had ample warning that iOS 8.2 will be released to the general public sometime in “early 2015″, which will likely patch the TaiG jailbreak 8.1.2 tool, iOS 8.1.3 may come as a surprise, and in turn could patch the aforementioned jailbreak ahead of 8.2’s release. Over the course of approximately a week, MacRumors has reportedly noticed a surge, albeit limited to a handful of devices, internally testing the firmware (allegedly a “few dozen”), of hits from iOS 8-powered devices running a re-release build of iOS 8.1.3. The first hint of 8.1.3’s potential release made itself known on the site’s weblogs on December 8th, 2014, merely a day before the company released iOS 8.1.2, which wasn’t subjected to developer testing. Like with iOS 8.1.2, and unlike 8.2, iOS 8.1.3 may come in an ‘out-of-the-blue’ release, forgoing any form of registered iOS Developer testing. However, either way, the possibility remains that Apple may close the vulnerabilities TaiG exploited to achieve an Untethered iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak in their TaiGJBreak 1.2.0 utility making it impossible for any device to jailbreak 8.1.3 using the current iteration of TaiG. For additional information on the mysterious 8.1.3 and how the firmware may, or may not, affect jailbreaking, continue reading past the break.

iOS 8.1.3 Development – Will It Be Possible To Jailbreak 8.1.3 UnTethered?

It’s no secret that Apple patches jailbreak utilities, while they’ve been rather lackadaisical about it in regards to the Pangu jailbreak for 7.1.2 (allowing the jailbreak to remain un-patched for months, until 8.0’s public release), as well as to TaiG for 8.1.x, it’s certainly a strong possibly that Apple may deliver their iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak-patching firmware in the form of iOS 8.1.3 sooner rather than later.

As alluded to above, it’s always good to err on the side of caution when it comes to updating, it’s crucial to reiterate that you should approach the forthcoming release with great discretion.

Jailbreakers Should Avoid iOS 8.1.3 At All Costs, A Jailbreak Might Not Be Available!

If iOS 8.1.3 does indeed close the vulnerabilities TaiG heavily relies upon, you’ll need to be extraordinarily vigilant when plugging your device into iTunes as it will certainly prompt for a device upgrade – if that scenario were

to play out, provided 8.1.3 patches TaiG, you’ll end up being locked out of jailbreaking until a new utility is released from either TaiG, Pangu or even the evad3rs.

However, such a tool may not be released until iOS 8.2 is released – although TaiG promised to provide “surprises” with every “subsequent iOS public release”, the team may opt to wait until both 8.2 and the Apple Watch become available, as they’ll be the next major releases from Apple.

iOS 8.1.3 And Jailbreak Update Recap

As of now, as originally stated on MacRumors, “a potential release date for iOS 8.1.3 remains unknown”. If you take anything away from this article, it should be an extra sense of caution when it comes to iOS 8.1.3, whether the firmware patches TaiG or not it would be wise to avoid the forthcoming release until we know for certain.

Of course, keep your browsers locked to Evasi0n Jailbreak for complete updates concerning iOS 8.1.3 and how the firmware may play into the grander scheme of jailbreaking in the days and weeks to come.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our Evasi0n Jailbreak iOS 8.1.3 news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be swiftly notified when we publish new articles pertaining to the forthcoming iOS 8.1.3 update, the inevitable 8.2 firmware and future iterations of TaiG, Pangu and, of course, evasi0n.

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Publié le 19 Décembre 2014

Top iOS 8.1.2 Cydia Tweaks – Best Tweak List For The TaiG 8.1.2 Jailbreak

Best Jailbreak 8.1.2 Cydia Tweaks, Top Tweak List for The iOS 8.1.2 TaiG Jailbreak – With no shortage of exciting jailbreak-related topics to cover over the past few weeks, iOS 8.1 Pangu jailbreak, iOS 8.1.1, 8.1.2 and TaiG’s latest jailbreak that fully supports the latest aforementioned 8.1.x firmwares, we’ve decided to transition into covering post-jailbreak content. The staff at Evasi0n Jailbreak felt that now is the perfect time to share some of the coolest and best iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak tweaks currently available inside Cydia for all iOS 8-based iPhone, iPod and iPad models jailbroken by either Pangu for up to 8.1 or TaiG for iOS 8.1.2 and 8.1.1 with our incredibly awesome readers! After all, isn’t the primary reason the average jailbreaker takes on a feat such as jailbreaking his or her iOS-based device to personalize and completely customize the operating system of his or her liking by way the third-party tweaks, packages and apps distributed via Cydia? While intended to be rhetorical, we’ll answer the previous question regardless to further the point of how incredible Cydia tweaks truly are! Without tweaks, following the successful enabling of root access, to the average jailbreaker the process would mean nothing more than adding a shiny new ‘Cydia’ icon to their device’s springboard. To help prevent the aforementioned scenario from coming to pass, in addition to our previous Top 42 iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks list for the TaiG jailbreak, we’re excited to share the subsequent installment to said list. If you’re in need of additional guidance when it comes to which tweaks to install after jailbreaking iOS 8.1.2 Untethered with TaiG 1.2.0, you’ve come to the right place – continue reading past the break in today’s article for an additional 8 ‘cool’ Cydia Tweaks for iOS 8-powered devices!

Top iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks – Best TaiG iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak Tweaks

Before jumping head-first into today’s awesome list of tweaks, it’s paramount that your device be jailbroken on iOS 8 though 8.1.2, either by Pangu for older iterations of 8.0.x and iOS 8.1 or TaiG for iDevices running 8.1.1 or the latest public firmware, being iOS 8.1.2. For those of you who have yet to jailbreak your iPod touch, iPad or iPhone, we highly recommend following either of our recent jailbreak guides: TaiG for those running 8.1.2 and 8.1.1 or our slightly older, yet equally thorough and detailed, guide on jailbreaking 8.1.1 via Pangu, both of which are linked to in the previous sentence.

Also, as another prelude, we felt it necessary to pay homage to the popular jailbreak YouTuber iCrackUriDevice, who assisted in the curation of the top iOS 8.1.2 tweaks available in Cydia featured in today’s article.

Should I Even Update To, And Jailbreak, iOS 8.1.2 For Cydia Tweaks?

ailbreakers who are either wondering whether they should update or how to update to iOS 8.1.2 to utilize TaiG to achieve an Untethered jailbreak on iOS 8.1.2 may find the above video beneficial, as it outlines both in detail. Finally, without further delay, enjoy the below eight Best Cydia Tweaks for iOS 8.1.2, and follow them up with our previous list of the top 42 iOS 8 tweaks!

Top iOS 8.1.2 Cydia Tweaks For The TaiG 8.1.x Jailbreak: Best Cydia tweaks For iOS 8!

1. Dye is a free Cydia tweak that will add a splash of color to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch’s UI (short for user interface) by applying what can be established as a system-wide ‘dye,’ if you will, which can be completely personalized to the end-user’s liking. Moreover, Dye can also be used to strictly enable the dark keyboard throughout all apps, if colors aren’t your thing.

2. ClassicDock brings back the days of old, adding the pre-flat iOS 6-style dock to any iOS 8-based device, the tweak is for those purists who feel as though some things from the “skeuomorphic” era are better left untouched.

3. Dim is a rather interesting tweak that was inspired by the belief that iOS 8 device just can’t go dark enough – have you ever used your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch late at night after having been in the dark for some time, avoiding unnecessary light pollution, only to pull your device out and be blinded by the sheer intensity of the display, even with the backlight turned all the way down? If you answered ‘yes’, definitely check out the free Dim 8.1.2 tweak as it artificially darkens a devices display by adding layers of varying transparency over the display.

4. Powerinformer is a relatively simplistic tweak that empowers the user to disable the typical twenty percent battery warnings that iOS loves to display every day, or even more frequently depending on your usage/charging lifestyle, while also enabling the configuration of custom alerts. Powerinformer not only allows you to specify when alerts start, but the tweak also enables the customization of the strings of text for battery notifications.

5. NoAudioRecorder is another small, but surprisingly useful 8.1.2 Cydia tweak, that completely disables what’s quickly become the bane of the vast majority of iDevice owners: the audio messages that are now built into the default iOS 8 Messages app, as they can easily be activated unintentionally on a regular basis. With the NoAudioRecorder tweak installed, the feature is completely disabled – to re-enable audio messages, simply uninstall the package.

6. Entering the realm of premium tweaks, VirtualHome8 is the successor to the long-standing favorite of the staff at Evasi0n Jailbreak: VirtualHome. Providing the same features as the tweak which established its foundation, VirtualHome8 allows the home button actions to be accomplished simply by resting one’s finger on the button, without physically pressing it. This insanely cool effect is accomplished by the metal sensor lining the fingerprint scanner which simply remains active when installed, recognizes various sequences and matches them to certain actions.

7. SmartTap acts as an alternative to the VirtualHome8 tweak by forcing a device’s touchscreen to remain open to receiving touch input when the device is locked allowing the user to simply double tap the screen to wake the device – a highly requested feature that previously remained exclusive to a small handful of Android devices, the most prominent of which being the Nexus 5 when rooted.

8. WatchBoard, the very tweak that we highlighted as a bonus package in our last article, shines again as a great solution for enabling an Apple Watch-esque interface for jailbroken devices running iOS 8 and higher. However, in light of its return in today’s article, this listing is a two-for-one, as those seeking a bit more customization at the expense of the ever-smooth animations WatchBoard offers, may take comfort in using Aeternum. The older Aeternum tweak is an equally-powerful, yet more flexible, premium package for accomplishing more or less the same effect.

As a concluding note, while it’s undeniably the best time to jailbreak, considering not only Pangu’s existence but also the brand new TaiG tool to jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 Untethered on all iPhone, iPad and iPod touches running the latest public firmware, it’s always a good idea to take advantages of the coolest tweaks sooner rather than later. Remember, you’ll need to be jailbroken on the latest iOS 8 firmware to install all of the aforementioned tweaks!

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Publié le 12 Décembre 2014

iOS 8.2 Beta 2 Released, Will There Be An 8.2 Jailbreak Post 8.1.2? Facts Revealed!

Apple Releases 8.2 Beta 2, Will TaiG Jailbreak iOS 8.2 Ensuing 8.1.2’s Jailbreak? – Yesterday, on the heels of the latest TaiG 1.2.0 update to fully jailbreak 8.1.2 Untethered, Apple seeded the second beta iteration of iOS 8.2, being 8.2 beta 2, to those officially enrolled in the company’s iOS Developer program. The update is available for immediate download via one of two ways, either through Apple’s Developer Center or as an over-the-air update through the Settings app for those developers currently running 8.2 beta 1. Moreover, the latest 8.2 beta carries a slightly revised build number over its predecessor of 12D445d, versus 12D463. In light of the minor jump in build numbers, one can instantly make the assumption that 8.2 beta 2 offers little in the way of improvements over the first beta iteration of 8.2 – however, by contrast, iOS 8.1.2 is associated with the a build number of 12B440, which would seem to suggest significant revisions and additional features. However, it’s interesting to note that even in its second beta form, iOS 8.2 has yet to introduce much beyond the latest public firmware and it seemingly lacks any significant additions. However, as with iOS 8.2 beta 1, there is, at this point, one rather substantial reason the iOS 8.2 beta firmware set is even in existence this soon before its release: Apple Watch integration. Like with 8.2 beta 1, the new beta 2 build is accompanied by an updated Xcode 6.2 beta 2 download for Developers, which includes WatchKit integration: Apple’s software development kit (SDK for short) for the forthcoming Apple Watch. In other words, with iOS 8.2 in beta stages, iOS Developers keen on creating new Apple Watch apps are able to do so utilizing both the new version of Xcode, as well as iOS 8.2 beta 2, which will include Apple Watch support for the iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus by the time the firmware is issued to the general public. But what about jailbreaking? Now that both iOS 8.1.1 and 8.1.2 are fully jailbroken by way of TaiG, will the tool be capable of jailbreaking 8.2 Untethered? For more on iOS 8.2 beta 2, as well as the jailbreak status of iOS 8.2, continue reading past the break.

Apple Releases iOS 8.2 Beta 2 – Will TaiG Jailbreak 8.2 Untethered?

As mentioned above, there’s no questioning that Apple Watch integration will be Apple’s primary focus in iOS 8.2. However, in light of that fact, various aspects of 8.2 are bound to change prior to the firmwares inevitable release – it’s possible that Apple may roll additional features into iOS 8.2 prior to the availability of the public version.

When looking at the release notes, iOS 8.2 beta 2 includes the following remedies over its predecessor: rectifies bugs that caused the keyboard to not appear properly in Safari, Maps and certain third-party apps when in the iOS simulator and it adds Siri support for Singapore English. Moreover, several fixes for WatchKit have reportedly been bundled into iOS 8.2 beta 2 as well, including correcting bugs that caused notifications to fail to open the specific app, certain WatchKit apps to fail to open in the iOS 8 simulator and more.

Current iOS 8 And 8.1.2 Jailbreakers Should Avoid 8.2 Beta, A Jailbreak Isn’t Available!

Although iOS 8.2 is certainly unappealing at the moment and likely wouldn’t entice any jailbreaker on iOS 8.1 through 8.1.2 to make the leap to the beta firmware, developers looking to enter the Apple Watch app arena may have a significantly different outlook on Apple’s latests iOS software. That being said, all those who are currently jailbroken on iOS 8 through 8.1.x and are curious as t0 whether iOS 8.2 addresses anything beyond what’s specifically outlined in the beta’s release notes should unquestionably avoid the latest beta update.

While it’s too early to state for certain, it’s likely that the jailbreak for 8.1.2 won’t function on iOS 8.2, as TaiG stated that their tool is intended to hold jailbreakers over until iOS 8.2’s release (roughly interpreted from the Chinese transcript).

iOS 8.2 Beta 2 And Jailbreak Update Summary

But what about when iOS 8.2, and the Apple Watch, arrive in the hands of the public? Thankfully, the future of jailbreaking is looking incredibly bright – since iOS 8.0 patched Pangu’s first Untethered jailbreak for 7.1.2 in September, it only took the team approximately one month to issue their new iOS 8 jailbreak once 8.1 was available. Additionally, ensuing the release of 8.1.1 (the firmware that patched Pangu’s iOS 8 jailbreak), the new TaiG team quickly picked up the slack and issued a new utility to jailbreak 8.1.1 and, thanks to a series of updates, iOS 8.1.2: the latest public firmware. Finally, TaiG also stated that the team plans on having “surprises” for the jailbreak community in “every subsequent” iOS 8 release and that the team already has additional vulnerabilities that Apple allegedly isn’t aware of, and has yet to patch, in 8.2 beta that the team plans on exploiting once iOS 8.2 drops in “early 2015″.

At this point in time, while it’s safe to assume that there will be an iOS 8.2 jailbreak, avoid updating to any of the beta releases, as well as the version that will eventually find its way to the public until we know for certain and a tool is in fact released. For those of you running iOS 8 through 8.1.2, we advise following our in-depth TaiG Untethered jailbreak tutorial to take full advantage of the incredible opportunity.

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Publié le 12 Décembre 2014

iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak: How To Jailbreak 8.1.2 With TaiG 1.2.0 – All iOS 8 Devices

iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak: How to Jailbreak 8.1.2 Untethered Using TaiG 1.2.0, All iOS 8 iPhone, iPod, iPad Models – Wow, this has to be a new record. Late last night, merely hours following Apple’s release of the new iOS 8.1.2 public firmware, a brand new jailbreak 8.1.2 solution was issued by the TaiG team (the same group responsible for the creation of the previous iOS 8 through 8.1.1 jailbreak by the same name). The latest update to the exciting TaiG tool, dubbed TaiGJBreak 1.2.0 for iOS 8 through 8.1.2, is capable of delivering a completely bug-free Untethered jailbreak for 8.1.2 an all iPhone, iPod touch and iPad models. In fact TaiG 1.2 is quickly becoming what a vast number of jailbreakers are referring to as the “most stable” jailbreak yet! Ensuing our earlier coverage stating that the primary kernel exploited utilized by the first iteration of TaiG remained unpatched in 8.1.2, the team promptly released their latest version, TaiG 1.2.0, to once again jailbreak the latest public firmware. In what looks like a new trend, the Chinese-based group – like Pangu they are both funded by third-party companies with their monetary interests in jailbreaking (particularly in relation to non-App Store app distribution in China) – is keen on delivering updates to their tool to support subsequent 8.1.x updates. Like its predecessor, TaiG comes bundled with Cydia (the ever-familiar graphical user interface we’ve come to know and love for distributing third-party packages and iOS tweaks). Furthermore, jailbreaking iOS 8.1.2 on either the iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, the new iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3, iPad mini 2 with Retina display, the original iPad Air and iPad mini, the iPad 4, iPad 2 or the iPod touch 5th generation is fast and straightforward. Continue reading past the break in today’s tutorial for complete instructions on how to jailbreak the aforementioned iOS 8-based devices running 8.1.2 fully UnTethered!

How To Jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 TaiG 1.2 – iPhone 6 Plus, 6, iPad Air 2, Mini 3, All Devices!

To reaffirm what was stated above, this tutorial will assist you in the simple, and mostly one-click, jailbreak iOS 8.1 through 8.1.2 process, which thankfully installs Cydia for the easy acquisition of third-party tweaks.

The all-new TaiG 1.2.0 iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak utility supports all iOS 8-based devices – every iPhone, iPod touch and iPad model that’s able to upgrade to 8.1.2 can successfully jailbreak by way of TaiG, including the following:

  • iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus: Apple’s latest A8X-powered iPhones.
  • All iPhone 5x models, being the iPhone 5s, 5c and 5.
  • The older A5-based iPhone 4S.
  • Apple’s all-new tri-core CPU iPad Air 2 and its predecessor, the original iPad Air.
  • The 5th-generation iPod Touch.
  • All iPad mini models, including the Mini 3, 2 and 1.
  • The older full-size iPad 4, iPad 3 with Retina display and iPad 2 models.
Jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 Requirements – All iPhone, iPod And iPad Models: TaiG Version 1.2.0!

Before delving head-first into this new Untethered iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak tutorial, you’ll need to verify that you meet the following TaiG and iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak requirements to ensure the success of your Untethered jailbreak on Apple’s latest 8.1.2 firmware.

1. You’ll need any of the above iOS-based devices running iOS 8 through 8.1.2 – it’s important that they weren’t updated via Apple’s over-the-air (OTA) update option in the Settings app. If you happened to perform an over-the-air update, follow the steps outlined in the “Important Jailbreak Prerequisites For 8.1.1 And TaiG” segment of our previous jailbreak tutorial (available here). Also, you must disable both the Find my iPhone feature in the iCloud portion of theSettings app, as well as passcode – it’s very important that you disable both.

2. A Windows-based PC (Windows 8 or 7 should do the trick) – while Mac OS X isn’t officially supported by TaiG, devices running 8.0 through 8.1 8.1 can follow our earlier Pangu for OS X guide to successfully jailbreak.

3. The latest version of iTunes, as well as the new 1.2.0 version of TaiG jailbreak 8.1.2 tool, both of which can be found, and fully downloaded, from the download section listed below.

Now, without further ado, you can proceed with the second set of steps outlined in today’s tutorial to jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 Untethered on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch!

iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak Tutorial With TaiG 1.2.0

Step 1. In addition to downloading TaiG 1.2 (TaiGJbreak 1.2.0) for iOS 8 through 8.1.2, you’ll also need to obtain Apple’s latest installment to iTunes. To ensure that you obtain authentic and genuine copies of both, use the links below in our download section.

Step 2. After successfully downloading TaiG to jailbreak 8.1.2, plug your iPod, iPhone or iPad into your Windows-based PC using either Apple’s standard Lighting USB cable for all newer devices, such as the iPhone 6 Plus and iPad Air 2, or their older 30-pin connector for the iPhone 4s and older iPad models.

Step 3. Verify that you have indeed disabled both Find my iDevice (note: depending on your device, it will either be ‘Find my iPhone’, ‘Find my iPod’, or ‘Find my iPad’) and Passcode on your device running iOS 8.1.2 and uncheck the bottom “3K Assistant” check box to ensure that third-party Chinese distribution software isn’t installed on your device. Don’t worry, as long as that bottom check box is left unchecked, only Cydia will be installed – TaiG is one of the safest and smoothest jailbreaks yet (more on that here).

Step 4. Click the large green “Start” button toward the bottom of TaiG 1.2.0 to continue and proceed forward with the jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 process.

Step 5. Leave your iPad, iPod touch or iPhone connected to your computer throughout the duration of the jailbreak procedure, refrain from interacting with it at all. Once your iOS 8.1.2-based device reboots, you’ll be greeted with the welcomed sight of Cydia in what was previously a blank space on your device’s homescreen (Cydia will usually appear on the second page, provided you’re running a clean installation of 8.1.2).

Important Note: After your device has Cydia, tap into the graphical package and tweak distribution platform, let Cydia Reorganize the Filesystem on iOS 8.1.2 – it’s paramount that you neither exit Cydia on your own nor reboot your device, that may result in the forced restore of your device.

Congratulations, after having adhered to five simple and easy-to-follow steps, and one ‘important note’, you’ve successfully jailbroken iOS 8.1.2 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running the latest public firmware!

If you find yourself lost post-jailbreak on 8.1.2 and you’re not sure what to install from Cydia, we recommend watching iCrackUriDevice’s recent Top Cydia Tweaks for iOS 8 and 8.1.1 video, as well as navigating to our recent coverage on 42 of the coolest Tweaks and packages available inside of Cydia for jailbroken iOS 8 devices.

Finally, as one concluding note either pre or post-jailbreak, for those of you interested in earning the best paid iOS 8.1.2 App Store apps, gift cards and electronic devices on iOS 8 through 8.1.2 for free, we recommend downloading Free App Life inside Safari on your iOS-based device, regardless of its firmware and jailbreak status.

Thank you for reading, and following, our comprehensive jailbreak 8.1.2 via TaiG tutorial. As always, we appreciate the support – to thank us please like us Facebook or Retweet on Twitter and keep your browsers locked to Evasi0n Jailbreak for subsequent jailbreak guides.

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