The latest TaiG 2.0 jaibreak tool is filled with issues. Well, the tool itself works as designed. It can jailbreak all Apple devices running on three of latest iOS versions: iOS 8.3, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.1.3. The issues have to do with users’ computers and drivers. Some users have the wrong version of iTunes and some users are using corrupted tools.
The process itself is simple and straightforward. To jailbreak your phone you have to download the latest TaiG 2.0 tool, connect your phone to the PC, run TaiG 2.0 and press the “Start” button. Once the button is pressed, you should have a phone with Cydia installed. But not all users have had a flawless experience. Many readers have reported issues while trying to use the tool.
“Error 1105, 1104, 1103, 1102, 1101 (20%, 30%, 40%, 50%)
These errors can be caused by many factors. Try the possible solutions below which readers used to fix the errors.
- Download and install iTunes 12.0.1
- Try another USB cable. Damaged USB cables will cause issues.
- Go to Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone and disable Find My iPhone.
- Go to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode and turn it off.
Apple Driver Hasn’t Been Found
This is a simple issue which can be fixed easily. Uninstall your current iTunes and reinstall it again. This will install the proper Apple drivers.
Injecting Failed (60%)
When this error appears, you do not have the right permissions to use the tool. Go to the tool folder and right-click on the .exe file and click on “Run as administrator”. Now try to jailbreak your phone again.
Storage Almost Full
This error appears after you’ve finished the jailbreak process. To fix this, simply open Cydia and wait for it to load. Reboot your phone and the error will be gone.