How to Fix Jailbreak iOS 8.3 Error Apple Driver Has Not Been Found [Guide]

Have you tried to jailbreak iOS 8.1.3, 8.2 or 8.3 mobile firmware using TaiG 2.0 program unveiled by Chinese hackers this week? It is supposed to untether any iPhone, iPod touch or iPad that is capable of running iOS 8 versions and bring Cydia store with iOS 8 tweaks on your Home screen. In case you come across jailbreak Apple Driver error while running the utility you might like to fix iOS 8.3 jailbreak using this instruction.

How to Fix iOS 8.3 Jailbreak Error Apple Driver Not Found

Some users report they get the error that sounds like this ‘Apple Driver has not been found’ and this could happen on any of the three operating system versions the new TaiG 2.0 can jailbreak. It is possible to fix jailbreak iOS 8.3 error on Windows PC if you follow the guide below and do as it is advised.

How to Fix Apple Driver Has Not been Found Error [for TaiG iOS 8.1.3 – 8.3 Jailbreak]

Step 1. Please follow this instruction if your jailbreak fails because of ‘Apple driver has not been found please download and install iTunes’ message.

Step 2. If the error occurs [a number of jailbreaking fans has already experienced such an issue and found a way how to solve the problem and successfully jailbreak iOS 8.1.3, 8.3 or 8.2 iDevice] you can try to use a different version of iTunes. Some old video cards cannot see the modern iTunes during jailbreak but if you install iTunes 12.1.2 for Windows PCs with low-end or old video cards you could be able to get rid of the problem. So download 64-bit iTunes version 12.1.2 for PCs with older video cards.

Step 3. You will get the .exe file which you can launch and install just like you install any program. This doesn’t harm your computer or iTunes library.

Step 4. That’s it. You can once again run TaiG 2.0 to jailbreak iOS 8.1.3 – 8.3 iPhone, iPod touch or iPad and you will see no error message because Apple driver error has been fixed with this guide.