For all those Mac OS X users looking ahead to jailbreak IOS 8.4, the TaiG team finally released the jailbreak tool. The tool supports almost models and can deal with issues faced by users while trying out the Windows and Mac versions of jailbreak. The tool seems addressing the requirement of users. You can download the tool and try iOS 8.4 jailbreak.
Here we are to tell you the comprehensive and handy steps how to use the newly released TaiG iOS 8.4 Jailbreak for Mac OS X.
How to Jailbreak iOS 8.4 with TaiG using Mac OS X
Backup your device:
As a precaution you are always required to backup your device data before performing jailbreak on your device. You can backup your data thru iCloud and iTunes on your device. After securing you date now you can safely move on with jailbreak thru TaiG.
Update your device:
The jailbreak toll is made to work on almost device therefore you can use it on version older than the iOS 8.4. But for the ultimate experience it’s suggested to first update your device to the proper iOS version, the iOS8.4 before you proceed to jailbreak.
Step 1: After you get ready for jailbreak follow the link and download the Jailbreak tool.
Step 2: After downloading the TaiG jailbreak tool now you connect your iPhone to Mac. But make sure that you have turned off some settings on your iPhone. You need to turn off Find My iPhone and Touch ID services. Also while connecting your device it will prompt to trust computer, select allow for next step.
Step 3: Now go to the Jailbreak tool which you have downloaded in the step 1.
Step 4: After launching the jailbreak tool for Mac OS X you will find some check box. Here make sure that you have checked the Cydia option.
On the same window you will find start option, select start and your jailbreak process will start. Now wait for TaiG tool to complete jailbreak process for you.
In a while you will get a message jailbreak succeeded and your device is now jailbroken. Now your device will reboot and open with Cydia tweaks. If you are still struggling with jailbreaking your iOS 8.4 running iDevice then watch the below video for little extra help.