The following step by step tutorial will certainly help you jailbreak iOS 8.4 on Mac OS X utilizing the newly released TaiG jailbreak device.

Supported firmware versions: iOS 8.4, 8.3, 8.2 and 8.1.3. Supported iOS devices: iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 4s, iPod touch 6, iPod touch 5, iPad mini 1/2/3, iPad 2/3/4 and iPad Air 1/2.

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Keep in mind: Prior to you start, you should make a total backup of your device to either iCloud or in your area making use of iTunes. In case anything goes wrong, you can constantly get all your information back utilizing iCloud/iTunes backup.

Ready? Lets start!

Step 1: Even though this jailbreak tool works on older versions of iOS 8, as mentioned above, we recommend updating your device to iOS 8.4 first if you haven’t already before going ahead with the jailbreak. You can get the iOS 8.4 firmware file from here.

Step 2: Get TaiG jailbreak tool for Mac OS X from here.

Step 3: Turn Find My iPhone off from Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone to Off.

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Step 4: Turn off Touch ID/Passcode on your device from Settings > Touch ID & Passcode.


Step 5: Now connect your iOS device to Mac. If your iOS device shows a prompt to ‘Trust This Computer?’, tap on Trust.


Step 6: Launch TaiG jailbreak tool for Mac OS X that you downloaded in Step 2 above.

Step 7: Check Cydia and Uncheck 3K Assistant option.

Step 8: Now click on ‘Start’ button to begin the jailbreak process.

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Step 9: Now just sit patiently for TaiG tool to jailbreak your device. This may take a while. Don’t do anything until you see ‘Jailbreak succeeded!’ message.

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Step 10: After the jailbreak, your device will reboot automatically and you’ll have Cydia on the homescreen. Launch Cydia to start tweaking your device!

Remember to allow Touch ID/Passcode and Discover My iPhone after the jailbreak.

Delighted jailbreaking!

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