The release of iOS version brought some much needed bug fixes to Apple's mobile operating system, but with it came a patch for, which worked on iOS 8.0 to iOS 8.1 using a Mac or Windows computer. Luckily, it didn't take very long for a new team of developers to come up with a method for iOS 8.1.1 devices, and much like its predecessor, the process is a cinch. Don't Miss: Jailbreaking with TaiG The new tool is brought to us by the, and works for any iOS device running versions 8.0 to 8.1.1.
So while you can continue to utilize Pangu up to version 8.1 ( scroll down below the TaiG guide for the Pangu how-to), this new tool works for iOS 8.1.1, as well as all older iOS 8 versions. How to Jailbreak iOS 8.0 to iOS 8.1.1 with TaiG The TaiG tool, while stable in its third iteration, has a couple of drawbacks. The first isn't a huge deal: the program and its haven't been translated from Chinese, so navigation can be a little tricky, but that's what we're here for.
The second is a bigger deal: the tool is currently only available for Windows computers. It's conceivable that a Mac version, or an independent port, will be released in the near future, and we'll have that update for you when it's here. However, for the time being, if you use a Mac, find a friend with a PC and borrow it for 10 minutes. Step 2: Prep Your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch TaiG is compatible with the following devices:. iPad (2, 3, 4, Air, Air 2, Mini, Mini 2, Mini 3). iPhone (4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6, and 6 Plus). iPod touch (5th gen) No matter which device(s) you're using, make sure to have a current backup in iTunes, and be sure to turn off any passcodes or Touch ID security, as well as disabling Find My iPhone.
Also, for the smoothest experience, you should restore your device to iOS 8.1.1 via iTunes. This isn't a necessary step, but if the jailbreak doesn't take for whatever reason, restoring via iTunes and running TaiG again will fix any issues. Step 3: Perform the Jailbreak With your device prepped and the TaiG software on your Windows PC, it's time to jailbreak! Run the TaiG program (don't mind the Chinese) and uncheck the second box, which installs TaiG's own app store platform.
If you have not updated to iOS 8.1.1 and only have access to a Mac, you can use the process outlined below to jailbreak with Pangu. Jailbreaking with Pangu You may recall that was the software behind the, a program that took months to flesh out. Now they're back, less than a month after the release of iOS 8, with a similarly easy method. Be aware that jailbreaking by itself won't do you much good—you'll also need to install on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. On the first version of Pangu, you needed to install Cydia separately, but newer versions do it for you.
How to Jailbreak iOS 8.0 - iOS 8.1 with Pangu The latest version of Pangu (1.2.1 for Windows and 1.0.0 for Mac) now installs Cydia automatically, so all you have to do is run the Windows app and go! That means you can skip the Cydia installation steps below after the Pangu part, cause you'll already have it.
(Windows). (Mac) NOTE: This will not work on iOS 8.1.1, as Apple has patched the jailbreak exploit that Pangu used. If you update to iOS 8.1.1, you will lose jailbreak.
To maintain jailbreak, make sure to stay on iOS 8.1 or lower. The above video outlines the full process using Windows. Step 1: Get Your Device & Computer Ready You should also have a current backup of your device, just in case, and disable any lock screen security as well as the 'Find my iPhone' feature in the iCloud settings. Finally, make sure that you have (version 12.0.1 or higher) installed on your PC.
Step 2: Download Pangu for iOS 8 Once you've got the prerequisites out of the way, simply download the Pangu software for your specific operating system below. (Windows).
(Mac) We're going to use the Windows version for our instructions below. Step 3: Open Pangu as Administrator Once you've downloaded the file, right-click on it and select 'Run as administrator' to launch the app. Once it's open, go ahead and plug in your iPhone. Step 1: Download the Necessary Apps & Files Prep by downloading the two Cydia files you'll need and placing them in an easy-to-access directory. While you must jailbreak on a Windows PC, you can use Windows or Mac to install Cydia.
You'll also need an SFTP client. For Windows, I'd suggest (the program I'm using for this tutorial), and for Mac, I'd suggest. Install the app once downloaded. Lastly, ensure that your iPhone and computer are on the same Wi-Fi network, then head to Settings - Wi-Fi and hit the ' i' button next to the network. From here, simply jot down the IP address.
Don't forget to change your password if you use open ssh to install cydia because now anybody in the same network can send shell command to do that download putty for windows and follow the instructions in cydia. It tooks 2 minutes to change the password!
If someone need help reply here i'll explain in details how to change the password! EDIT: How to Change the password! First Download Putty: For Windows: now connect your iphone on your wifi network and go on setting wifi and click on the little 'i' to see your adress ip. Open putty.exe on your pc and write in HostName the ip address of your iPhone then hit open at the bottom. It should ask a login: 'root'. (without the quotes of course) And a password: 'alpine'. (without the quotes of course) now write the command: 'passwd' (without the quotes of course) And type your new password twice.
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Please note that your keypresses will not be displayed on the terminal screen (for security). One more step it's to change the mobile password, this is the regular user account on the device. Run the command: 'passwd mobile' and repeat as directed above.
Done you can close putty thanks to the command exit! ( i will add pictures later ) Reply.