How to Bypass ‘Can’t Find Apple Driver’ TaiG Error in iOS 8.2 Beta 2 Jailbreak
Not everything goes smooth with the latest iOS 8.2 beta 2 / 1 untether jailbreak with TaiG. This tool supports only Windows computers and some users who have already tried to untether their iPhone or iPad came across ‘Can’t find Apple Driver’ TaiG error.
What does the message say and when does it appear? Everything is mostly ok while you are trying to update to iOS 8.2 beta 2 in case you were running beta 5 or iOS 8.1.3. Then you download TaiG 1.3.0 that supports this firmware, connect your iDevice to PC and start the jailbreaking when your eyes read ‘Can’t Find Apple driver, please, install iTunes’ which stops the process.
How to Fix TaiG Error ‘Can’t Find Apple Driver’
Method 1: Downgrade iTunes
Step 1. This error is faced by users who are running the most recent version of iTunes for 64-bit Windows computers. This is the problem which we have to fix. iTunes has to be either downgraded to version 12.1.1 or there is a second method you can try [we’ll mention it below].
Step 2. If you are eager to downgrade iTunes, you should uninstall this program from your computer.
Step 3. To uninstall the program, launch Control Panel and choose Programs menu where you are able to Uninstall iTunes completely.
Step 4. You can now download iTunes 12.1.1 by clicking on our link.
Step 5. Install this version of iTunes on your Windows if you have an older video card.
Step 6. Try to jailbreak iOS 8.2 beta 2 or 1 with TaiG once again.
Step 7. The problem should be gone.
Method 2: No Need for Downgrade
Step 1. Some experts think that you can install iTunes 12.1.1 from this link without uninstalling the version you have on your Windows PC at the moment.
Step 2. Just try this method as well. Install this program over what you already have.
Step 3. Run iTunes 12.1.1 and finish TaiG jailbreak.