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How to Jailbreak iOS 8.3/8.4

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Jailbreaking, by the most basic definition, is the unlocking of apps and other things the manufacturer would prefer you didn't use on their device. In this article, you'll learn how to jailbreak a iDevice loaded with iOS 8.3/8.4. Realize that this may void your warranty––read the accompanying manufacturer's instructions.

Using TaiG

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    Back up everything on your device before attempting this. It is better to have it to restore than to lose it for good.
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    Prepare the device. You will need an iDevice loaded with iOS 8.3/8 and a PC. You will need a cable which connects your iDevice to your laptop. You will also need a newer version of iTunes on your PC.
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    Check that your iPhone's passcode lock is off. Bluetooth needs to be enabled.
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    Go to your PC. Go to www.taig.com and download a jailbreak file. It is not recommended to use the Beta file; rather, download the normal file only.
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    Open up iTunes and the TaiG file. It may say the file might be harmful to your PC, it's not, it's only because of how it's coded.[citation needed]
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    Connect your iDevice to your PC. Give TaiG some time to find out what model and iOS your device is. This is not because it wants to invade your info, it's because it needs to know if your iDevice is compatible.
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    Uncheck the 3K PP Assistant button, then check the Cydia button. Click the jailbreak button and let it do the work for you. It should not take too long, so go watch a short video to amuse yourself while it is occurring.

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  • For best chances of success, make sure you have your iDevice plugged in, so it does not run out of charge.


  • Back up your device! If the process messes up and you do not have a back up, you'll have to restore your device, which means everything will be deleted!

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  • www.taig.com – research source

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