iOS 8.4 Jailbreak Tool Version 2.4.1 Is Out

iOS jailbreak code developer TaiG released the public version of the iOS 8.4 jailbreak tool Version 2.4.1 soon after the beta version was announced.

TaiG has taken user's feedback and Version 2.4.1 promises to rectify bugs and fix the niggling problem of users getting stuck at 60 percent during installation. So no more hang-up issues when you jailbreak iOS 8.4 using Version 2.4.1 tool.

The latest version also brings in its folds optimization and stability features per the changelog. However, no Mac version is in site till now and, therefore, users who are looking to jailbreak their iDevices are advised to deploy Windows machines for the purpose.

For those contemplating on jailbreaking iOS 8.4 with the latest tool, the compatible devices are as follows:

iPhone 4S
iPhone 5
iPhone 5S
iPhone 5C
iPhone 6
iPhone 6 Plus
iPad mini
iPad mini 2
iPad mini 3
iPad 2
iPad 3
iPad 4
iPad Air
iPad Air 2
iPod touch 5

Before you take the plunge and decide to jailbreak your compatible iOS 8.4 device with the latest Version 2.4.1, a word of caution - if the steps are not followed thoroughly a possibility exists that your device may get bricked.

If you're still game and want to go ahead, ensure you've taken a back-up of important data and your device has more than 50 percent battery charge.

Remember to temporarily disable any firewalls/antivirus program that may stop TaiG Jailbreak from linking to the Internet.

How to Install iOS 8.4 Version 2.4.1

Step 1: Head over to TaiG and download TaiG v2.4.1 public software.

Step 2: Switch off the Passcode, as well as Find My Phone options. This can be done as follows:

Switching off Passcode: Navigate to Settings > Passcode > Enter your passcode > Turn Passcode Off > Enter passcode.

Switching off Find My Phone: Navigate to Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone > Tap to switch off.

Step 3: Connect your iDevice to the Windows PC. Open the TaiG tool v2.4.1.

Step 4: Uncheck the 3K assistant checkbox. Check the Cydia 1.1.16 checkbox.

Step 5: Next click Start to start the jailbreak process. Ensure that your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is connected well and wait for the process to complete. This may take some time so exercise some patience.

Step 6: Once the process is complete the iDevice will reboot. A message that the jailbreak was a success will be displayed on the device's screen.

TaiG advises that users install/start the 3K assistant post the jailbreak for games, plug-ins, apps and wallpapers. A possibility exists that the jailbreak code's installation could fail numerous times and, therefore, TaiG advises that one reinstalls the software a couple of times patiently.

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hope ios9 has a jailbreak


I will do this to my iPhone 4s that i have i dont use it its my old phone sweet, as i have a samsung now i was going to buy the iPhone 6+ but i knew id jailbreak it and i didnt want to and i know you can Root a Samsung/Android device but i feel as if the Root is harder which its probably not.


I probably wont jailbreak mine at all.

I have in the past but not on my iPhone 6


This new one still gets stuck at 60% so not much of an update lol


already did this (: i like having jailbroken iphones and ipad


I never once did a jailbreak on my phone I may have to do it on my old iPhone 6.


Im about to do this, thanks :D


wow, I did not know that iPhone 6 plus is able for jailbreak.
Maybe I have something to get done these days. ;)


Mickers Sweet my jailbreak my old iphone 5.

Exactly what I've done, some cool things you can do :)


Currently using iOS 9.0 public beta. I'm gonna have to downgrade to get this

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