Whenever a new jailbreak solution is available, we here at ValueWalk want you to know about it. So if you’re looking to jailbreak your iOS 8.1.1 device, then the good news is that the new TaiG jailbreaking tool is now available. This new tool has been developed by a Chinese jailbreaking team, and it is now available in English. A well-known hacker also gave it a green light and confirmed this new jailbreak solution is safe to use.
Many people were concerned about trying it out, as there is very little information about this new jailbreaking team, but according to MuscleNerd, a well known name in the jailbreak scene, there is nothing to worry about with the TaiG JB.
Nothing too unsettling with that TaiG JB…just some light device fingerprinting. To see that, create an empty debuglog.cfg file next…
— MuscleNerd (@MuscleNerd) December 1, 2014
In fact, MuscleNerd said that this new tool is much more transparent than compared to the Pangu tool, which linked to a pirated app, and a version of it was initially included in the Evasi0n7 jailbreak for iOS 7.
Jailbreaking iOS 8.1.1 using the TaiG tool
It is worth noting that when jailbreaking your iOS 8.1.1 iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with the TaiG tool, you should not forget to uncheck the 3K Assistant feature. 3K Assistant is an another app store that you might not want to install.
TaiG supports iOS 8.0, iOS 8.0.2 and iOS 8.1.1, and before proceeding with the jailbreak, don’t forget to turn off the Find My iPhone function. The latest version of Cydia is also bundled with the tool. You can download the tool here.
Check out this helpful video showing you how to jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 with TaiG on Windows. Of note, this tool is currently not available for any other platform.