Instruction for iOS 8.1.1 Jailbreak with TaiG [iPhone, iPad and iPod touch]
Do you have an iPhone or iPad that you updated to iOS 8.1.1 but wish to be jailbroken? While you cannot use Pangu untether jailbreak on this firmware version, there is another Chinese program that can reportedly jailbreak iOS 8.1.1. It is called Taig and it was presented by Taig company that runs the app store with pirated programs.
Here is how to jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 with this utility which is, by the way, also supports the new iOS 8.2 beta which hasn’t become public yet.
Before we explain how to jailbreak iOS 8.2 beta and iOS 8.1.1 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch 5G you have to know some important things. No famous hackers have confirmed yet that Taig is safe to use, so use this step-by-step guide only if you understand all the risks.
It is currently possible to use TaiG iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak only on Windows computer.
How to Jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 with TaiG
Step 1. Firstly, back up your iPhone or other device. It is smart to save your information. Use iTunes or iCloud to complete this step and create your personal escape plan just in case.
Step 2. Turn off your anti-virus programs and firewalls on your Windows computer otherwise TaiG might fail to connect its servers.
Step 3. Download TaiG and save it on your PC. Unzip the downloaded file.
Step 4. Take your iPhone and use USB to connect it to your computer.
Step 5. Go to Settings and turn off Touch ID & Passcode option.
Step 6. Disable Find My iPhone option via Settings – iCloud.
Step 7. Right click on your unzipped TaiG program and launch it as an Administrator.
Step 8. The iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak program will detect your smartphone and show your iOS version. Confirm that the information is correct and remember to uncheck TaiG app store box before you jailbreak. It is located below Cydia 1.1.16.
Step 9. To begin jailbreaking press on the green button. Wait till the process is over and allow your iPhone rebooting [it happens automatically].
Step 10. If everything went well, you will see Cydia app on your Home screen. This means that you are jailbroken on iOS 8.1.1. Enjoy!