All iOS 8.1.3 Jailbreak Tips You Should Know With Your IOS Device

Here are all iOS 8.1.3 jailbreak tips described in details. Apple company has just launched its latest iOS 8.1.3 update with bug fixes, increased stability and performance improvements. But besides pluses unfortunately this update kills the TaiG jailbreak as Cupertino has patched four vulnerabilities used by it to jailbreak iOS 8.1.2.

Here are some useful information for users that who have a jailbroken iOS device with the iOS 8.1.3 release. Apple is still signing iOS 8.1.2 firmware file, so you can still install it on your favorite device. But in case you accidentally upgraded to iOS 8.1.3, then you can easily downgrade back to iOS 8.1.2 version. Hurry up as Apple could stop signing iOS 8.1.2 firmware file anytime, so you should do it as soon as possible.

iOS 8.1.3 Apple has patched exploits used by TaiG jailbreak. So TaiG jailbreak won’t not work with iOS 8.1.3. If you don’t want to miss your favorite jailbreak tweaks, you should not upgrade to iOS 8.1.3, if you’re on iOS 8.1.2 or lower.

You should be very careful while installing jailbreak tweaks from Cydia as a bad tweak could easily force you to restore the device. It means that you will lose the jailbreak and all the tweaks installed on your iOS device. Also with the aim to reduce the probability of running into an issue, it is a good idea to uninstall jailbreak tweaks that you do not use.

Sometimes it happens that trying to tinker with the filesystem such as deleting a file using iFile etc, the user is forced to restore device. You should only be tinkering with the filesystem if you know what you’re doing. Currently, with the lack of a jailbreak for iOS 8.1.3, you’re better avoid it as much as possible.

You should know also that it is possible to recover from a reboot loop problem on jailbroken device. You need to use the safe mode feature of mobile substrate. But those people who still don’t know this trick end up restoring their device, and thus end up losing jailbreak.

SemiRestore is compatible with all jailbroken iOS 5- iOS 8.2 devices. It lets you to restore jailbroken iOS device without losing the jailbreak. In case you get into a reboot loop issue with a problematic buggy tweak, SemiRestore can be very useful. It removes the jailbreak tweaks during the restore process. SemiRestore needs OpenSSH to be installed on the jailbroken device for it to work. In case you have a problem with your jailbroken device, you should install OpenSSH from Cydia. Note, to prevent someone from remotely accessing your device you must change your jailbroken iOS device root password after installing OpenSSH.

Now you know the iOS 8.1.3 jailbreak tips and all useful information about them.