Jailbreak iOS 8.3 in 5 Simple steps!

A few hours ago the giant jailbreaking group, TaiG has released the tool to jailbreak iOS 8.3.
The main reasons it took so long for anybody to get this jailbreak is because iOS 8.3 fixed more than 20 security bugs! Which is what the jailbreak community used to get a working jailbreak.

Now that the Jailbreak is out there only a few simple steps in order to jailbreak your iOS 8.3 device! This jailbreak is untethered meaning you won’t have to plugin your device to your computer everything it reboots!

You are the only one responsible for your actions.

This jailbreak is on Windows only. Mac users: Install windows in virtual machine or get access to a windows computer.

  1. Backup – Always backup your device to iTunes before doing any modification to your device (like Jailbreaking).
  2. Turn off the passcode (If you have one) and find my (iPhone, iPad, iPod).
    Go to settings > Passcode > Tap on “Turn Passcode Off”
    Go to settings > iCloud > Find my iPhone > Toggle to off
  3. Downgrade or Upgrade to iTunes version 12.0.1 (32-bit, 64-bit). If you are downgrading then delete all “Apple Inc.” apps before doing this. Backup your device again..
  4. Extact this zip to your desktop and run the .exe file inside the folder. Since the jailbreak is so new your anti-virus might tell you that it’s not safe. Just ignore it.
  5. Keep only the device you want it jailbreak connected to the computer. Once TaiG detects the device. Uncheck “3K Assistant …” and Click “Start”. A few restarts are fine.

Don’t touch your device during the process. Don’t unplug our device.

Once you see the “Done” message your device is now jailbroken! Go to Cydia and update all the packages and sources!

As the time of this article none of the tweaks will work. Since the jailbreak is so new you will need to wait till most of the stuff is updated!

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Backup download Links:
TaiG (Fast Download – MediaFire)
TaiG (Slow Download – Direct from TaiG)
iTunes 12.0.1  –  32-bit    64-bit

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Dhrumil Shah

I do tech.

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