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TaiG (Taiji) iOS 8.1.1 untethered jailbreak released

After delivering updates to the TaiG iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak tool for Windows and garnering some positive attention from MuscleNerd, the TaiG team has made a public announcement. In the announcement, the team talks about the future of the tool, jailbreak support for iOS 8.2, a Mac version of the tool and wanting to work with the Pangu team.

TaiG (Taiji) iOS 8.1.1 untethered jailbreak released

According to the TaiG team, iOS 8.2 is jailbreakable, but the feature is currently disabled in the tool. That is why users have been encountering errors when trying to jailbreak iOS 8.2 beta. As soon as Apple releases iOS 8.2 to the public, the team will unlock the feature and push an update to the tool, making it possible to jailbreak the firmware.

The team believes that iOS 8.1.1 will be around for a while and that is why they decided to release a jailbreak. Many considered this move as pointless because at the time of TaiG’s release, iOS 8.1 was still being signed by Apple. Users saw this as a waste of another exploit that could have been used in the future.

Also, the team hopes to work with the Pangu team in order to bring a jailbreak as fast as possible after Apple releases a firmware. Read their full announcement/FAQ below:

TaiGJBreak Announcement

So far, TaiGJBreak (supporting iOS8.0-8.1.1) has gained popularity and consent among worldwide jailbreakers for its simplicity, security and transparency. A lot of media, senior JB developers and fellow developers have expressed their congratulations, TaiG hereby thank all of them.

Due to complexity of JB, we notice there are some doubts in media reports, e.g. does TaiG support iOS 8.2 beta? what’s TaiG’s consideration to release it for 8.1.1? We would like to make some clarificaitons for these questions:

  1. In fact, support of iOS 8.2 has been completed by TaiG, as 8.2 is still at beta stage, we have disabled support for 8.2 in current public release.
  2. Releasing a stable iOS version around Thanksgiving, and maintain it until the first quarter of next year, has been usual practice of Apple, which means 8.1.1 will be around for quite some time, and it is a relatively stable firmware. These are the main reasons that TaiG chose to release JB for 8.1.1. In addition, signing of 8.1 is closed earlier today, thus it could be a good time to update to 8.1.1 and jailbreak.
  3. 2 above is also in responding to the concern that TaiG may expose exploits too early. Postponing release will not bring more benifits for users, that will just increase infulence on attention from the hunger desire of users.
  4. In our team we have the 3rd (probably the 1st) developer in the world who has accomplished JB individually. We will try to give you surprises in every subsequent iOS public release, and we are very confident about that.
  5. Of course jailbreaking is a hard and complex work, relaying on 1 person or a single team will not make it last long. Luckily we have some fellows domestically, if we can cooperate, it will bring more benifits for all users. Thus we sincerely invite PanGu Team for a face-to-face communication, to find a way of cooperation for providing faster and better jailbreak sevice together.
  6. Thanks again for everyone’s attention on TaiG. Thanks to thousands of enthuiast users for providing bug feedback and suggestions, we will be fixing these in our next release soon.

TaiG Jailbreak Team

Tuesday, 2 Dec 2014

So, there you go. Full transparency from the TaiG team itself. They have also started a Twitter account that you can follow and keep yourself up to date on the jailbreak scene. About the Mac version of the tool, the team did mention in an interview that they’re working on it, but they’re not sure when or if they will be releasing it.

For guides on how to jailbreak and install Cydia:

Pangu8 for mac os x download released

The Pangu team recently released a Mac tool for their iOS 8 – 8.1 untethered jailbreak. So far, users had to use the Windows tool if they wanted to jailbreak their iOS device. Now, if you’re a Mac user, that’s a little difficult. With a dedicated tool for Mac, things get super easy. Learn how to jailbreak your iOS device running on iOS 8 or later using Pangu8 for Mac.

Pangu8 for mac os x download released

Below is a step-by-step guide on how to jailbreak iOS 8 – iOS 8.1 using Pangu8 for Mac OS X. Before you begin, make sure you back up your device, just in case something goes wrong. You will also need to turn off Passcode Lock and disable Find my iDevice. It is also recommended that you do a fresh restore from iTunes or by downloading the IPSW, if you had updated using OTA (Over the Air). Let’s begin.

  1. Download Pangu8 1.0.0 for Mac from our Downloads section.
  2. Launch the Pangu8 dmg file. It will extract and place the app on your desktop.
  3. Right click on the Pangu8 app and select Open. Now connect your iOS device via USB cable.
  4. Device not detected? Unlock your device and tap on Trust.
  5. Once your device is shown on the Pangu8 tool, the Start Jailbreak button should turn blue. Click on it.
  6. The jailbreak process will begin and a Slide to Upgrade screen will appear on your device after a while. Simply slide to upgrade.
  7. Your device should reboot and upon boot, you will see the Pangu and Cydia icons on the homescreen.
  8. If for some reason the Pangu icon is just a blank and the app crashes on launch, then you need to repeat the entire process.

There you go. You now have a jailbroken iOS device. Apple has patched this jailbreak in iOS 8.1.1 beta, so you better jailbreak now and enjoy your favorite tweaks before the release of iOS 8.1.1.

Pangu8 for mac os x download released

Pangu jailbreak for iOS 8 – 8.1 is now available for Mac users. The jailbreak tool, which was released a few weeks ago, has been only available on Windows. However, as promised, the Pangu team released a Mac version yesterday.


The Mac tool lets you jailbreak your iOS device running on iOS 8 or later. It includes the latest version of Cydia and as Saurik has confirmed, the jailbreak is quite stable now. The Pangu jailbreak and Cydia have been receiving a number of updates to fix issues and straighten out bugs. Now, since almost every issue has been fixed, you can go ahead and jailbreak without worrying about breaking your iDevice.

Pangu8 for Mac version 1.0.0 is now available for download and the jailbreaking procedure is very similar to the Windows tool. Mac users can download Pangu 1.0.0 from our Downloads Page and jailbreak their iOS device with ease.

For tutorials on how to jailbreak and install Cydia on Mac OS X:

Pangu iOS 8 / 8.1 jailbreak now stable to use

Since the release of the Pangu iOS 8 – 8.1 jailbreak, it has been plagued with various issues. Both the Pangu team and Saurik have been working very hard to get rid of all the bugs by constantly releasing updates. After the recent update, Cydia 1.1.16, Saurik says that the jailbreak is now finally ‘stable enough’ for daily use.

iOS 8.1.1 Beta 1 Patches Jailbreak Exploits In Pangu8

Jay Freeman, the creator of Cydia, said in a tweet that both Cydia and the jailbreak are now ready for daily use without any bugs. And it is kind of true, as since the latest update, the crashes, bootloop and other issues have disappeared.

Pangu iOS 8 / 8.1 jailbreak now stable to use

The only thing that remains to be seen is that the tweaks being updated to support iOS 8. Other than that, everything seems to be fine with the Pangu iOS 8 – 8.1 jailbreak and Cydia. If you’ve been waiting for all the bugs to iron out to jailbreak, then this is your chance. Don’t wait till Apple releases iOS 8.1.1, because the jailbreak has been patched in that version.

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iOS 8.1.1 Beta 1 Patches Jailbreak Exploits In Pangu8

Pangu8 1.2.1 is now available for download and it comes packaged with the latest Cydia Installer 1.1.16. This shows that both Saurik and the Pangu team are working hard to make the iOS 8 jailbreak stable.

iOS 8.1.1 Beta 1 Patches Jailbreak Exploits In Pangu8

So far, the iOS 8 jailbreak has been plagued with lot of problems, but as the version goes higher, the issues are being fixed. The Pangu team also gave some more good news through their Twitter account. They posted a tweet saying that they’re working on a Mac version of the jailbreak tool, and that it will be available in a few days.

Pangu8 1.2.1 released, Pangu8 for mac release date

If you’re a Mac user and have been patiently waiting for a native Pangu jailbreak tool, you won’t have to wait much longer. Hopefully, the team will release a Mac version by this Sunday. If you have already jailbroken and installed Cydia 1.1.16, you don’t have to re-jailbreak.

You can download Pangu 1.2.1 for windows from our downloads page.

iOS 8.1.1 Beta 1 Patches Jailbreak Exploits In Pangu8

The recently released iOS 8.1.1 beta 1 apparently patches the Pangu iOS 8 jailbreak. A Weibo user, who claims to be a member of the Pangu team, posted a note saying that the Pangu jailbreak doesn’t work on iOS 8.1.1 beta.


This means that when Apple releases iOS 8.1.1 to the public, it will be jailbreakable using Pangu8. For all those who want to retain an iOS 8 jailbreak, must upgrade to iOS 8.1 and jailbreak their device. As and when iOS 8.1.1 is out, iOS 8.1 will no longer be signed, which means you won’t be able to jailbreak using Pangu.

According to the user, Daniel_K4;

Apple has released iOS 8.1.1 beta to developers. After our tests, it has patched the jailbreak exploit. Anyone who wish to jailbreak, please seize the chance to upgrade to iOS 8.1 and do so before Apple officially releases iOS 8.1.1.

If the user is an actual Pangu team member and the tests are accurate, then we believe it’s better to jailbreak your iOS 8 device right away. Just update to iOS 8.1 and follow our step-by-step tutorial on how to jailbreak iOS 8 using Pangu. You must also stay away from the iOS 8.1.1 update, when it’s released. Hopefully there are more exploits that the team can use to jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 and later.

It’s hardly been around two weeks since the release of the Pangu iOS 8 jailbreak and Apple has already patched it. Nice work Apple!

Pangu8 1.2.0 jailbreak tool released

Yesterday, the Pangu team released an update for the Pangu 8.0-8.1.x Untether on Cydia with certain fixes. Now, they’ve updated the Pangu jailbreak tool to include those bug fixes.

Pangu-1-2-0-iOS 8

Users with 32 bit devices were reporting overheating and random app crashes after jailbreaking using Pangu for iOS 8. Version 0.4 of the Untether, which was released yesterday, fixed the problems. The Pangu tool version 1.2.0, released today, also includes the bug fixes. Here’s the full changelog for Pangu 1.2.0:

1. Fix the issue that launchd may drain cpu on 32bit devices.
2. Fix Safari reloading bug and occasionally crash problem.
3. Optimize jailbreak process.
4. Restore function now support iPad Air2/iPad Mini3.

If you haven’t already jailbroken your iOS device, you can use the Pangu 1.2.0 for Windows to jailbreak your device. You can follow our step-by-step guide on how to jailbreak using the Pangu tool. In case you have already installed yesterday’s Untether 0.4, then you won’t have to use this tool to re-jailbreak.

Download Pangu8 1.2.0 for Windows from our downloads page.

Pangu 8.0-8.1.x Untether 0.4 in Cydia

An update for the Pangu 8.0-8.1.x Untether is now available from Cydia. This update fixes certain bugs present in previous versions that caused overheating and app crashes in 32-bit iOS devices. These devices include the iPhone 4s/5, iPod touch 5, iPad 2/3/4 and iPad mini 1.

Pangu 0.4

To install Pangu 8.0-8.1.x Untether version 0.4 on your device, you will need to launch Cydia. Once you open Cydia, you should be notified of changes/updates. Select the Pangu Untether, tap on Modify and Upgrade. After the update is installed, you will be asked to reboot your device.

This update is recommended for both 32-bit and 64-bit iOS devices, as it’s always good be on the latest version of any software. If any of you are still facing any problems after upgrading, please use the comments section to let us know.

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Pangu8 1.1.0 jailbreak tool notice

Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to jailbreak your iOS device running iOS 8 or later using the newly updated Pangu8 1.1.0 jailbreak tool on Windows. You’re going to need a Windows PC or know how to run a Virtual Machine to be able to jailbreak using a Mac. Not to worry though, a Mac version should be out very soon.

Pangu Team iOS 8 - iOS 8.1 untethered jailbreak

To begin, Pangu8 1.1.0 is the complete iOS 8 jailbreak solution and comes loaded with Cydia. In the previous version, you had to install Cydia manually or through the Pangu app. Now, all you have to do is follow our tutorial and you’ll have a jailbroken iOS device in no time.

As always, it’s safe to make a backup before we proceed. Turn off Passcode Lock or Touch ID, disable Find My iPhone, iPod touch or iPad and Enable Airplane Mode. According to the Pangu team, switching on Airplane Mode can give a 100 percent success rate. Let’s begin, shall we?

  1. Download Pangu8 1.1.0 from our Downloads Page.
  2. Right click on the Pangu tool, select Run as Administrator.pangu8 1.1.0 bundled with cydia installer
  3. Connect your iOS device to the PC. The Pangu tool should recognize your device immediately and the Start Jailbreak button should turn blue. Click on it.
  4. You will be greeted by this page below, click on ‘Already did.’Pangu-1-1-0-iOS 8-step
  5. The jailbreak process will now begin. Sit back and wait till the progress bar reaches the end, in which case your device will reboot.
  6. After reboot, you should be greeted by a familiar Cydia icon on the Homescreen.

Voila! You’ve just jailbroken your iOS device, time to try out some new tweaks.

pangu8 1.1.0 bundled with cydia installer

A new version of the Pangu iOS 8 – iOS 8.1 untethered jailbreak is now available for download. This updated tool will automatically install Cydia after the jailbreak process, no need to install it manually or from the Pangu app.

Pangu-1-1-0-iOS 8

Pangu8 v1.1.0 is easy to use, similar to the iOS 7.1.x jailbreak tool. Connect your iOS device, disable Find My iDevice, turn off Passcode Lock/Touch ID, enable Airplane Mode and hit the jailbreak button. In no time, you’ll have a jailbroken device with Cydia installed, ready to be used. Moreover, the new version is in English and gets rid of the PP installer.

The jailbreak tool is still only available for Windows users, but a Mac version will be out very soon. If you’ve been holding off on jailbreaking your iOS device because of an incomplete installer, no need to do so anymore. You can download Pangu8 1.1.0 for Windows from our downloads section.

Have you jailbroken yet?

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