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How to jailbreak iOS 8.3 using TaiG on Mac

Tuesday in the open access appeared TaiG updated app, with which you can perform jailbreak for iOS 8.3 and earlier OS versions. The program is available to download for free, but so far only works with Windows. Mac users will have to use the workaround.

To jailbreak iOS 8.3 in the OS X environment, you must access the “Windows”. Microsoft offers a free download of Windows 10 Insider Preview, which can be downloaded by everyone. The second step is to load the virtual machine. And here it is also possible to do without purchasing licenses. Parallels allows you to use a virtual machine Parallels Desktop 10 for free for two weeks.

MacDigger publishes detailed guide on how to jailbreak iOS 8.3 using TaiG 2.0. As with previous releases, hacking the iPhone and iPad is “one-click” procedure download Cydia is performed in fully automatic mode. Instructions on how to jailbreak iOS 8.3 on Windows can be found here.

How to jailbreak iOS 8.3 on Mac:

Step 1: Download demo version of Parallels Desktop 10 on this link. The company allows you to use virtual machine free for 14 days – enough time to do the jailbreak for iOS 8.3.

Step 2: Download operating system Windows 10 Insider Preview.

Step 3: Launch Parallels Desktop 10 and install a test version of Windows 10. The process is simple – just connect the ISO-file, uploaded on putting in a second step the system image.

Step 4: After installing the system, check Parallels Tools. Find the tool in the Actions menu.

Step 5: Inside the virtual machine, download iTunes 12.0.1. It is a prerequisite for the successful completion of the process.

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Step 6: connect your iPhone and iPad to the Mac and run it in a virtual machine TaiG 2.0.

Step 7: Use the instruction to jailbreak iOS 8.3, available here.

See also:

  • List of compatible iOS 8.3 Cydia tweaks
  • How to solve the problem with hanging TaiG 20% during the jailbreak of iOS 8.3
  • How to jailbreak iOS 8.3 on iPhone and iPad using TaiG

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