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Como reparar um Taig iOS 8.3 Jailbreak Preso em 20%

Como reparar um Taig iOS 8.3 Jailbreak Preso em 20%

Posted June 23, 2015 at 2:26pm by iClarified · 86488 views
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Há um problema em que o jailbreak do iOS 8.3 Taig pode ficar preso em 20%.

Se você esperou por um tempo e / ou você recebe um erro -1101, você pode ter que seguir estes passos.

Para resolver esse problema você deve instalar o iTunes 12.0.1. Gostaríamos de sugerir que você limpa remover a versão atual do iTunes no seu PC. Você pode fazer isso seguindo estes passos.

Reinicialize, faça o download e instale o iTunes 12.0.1 partir daqui.

Uma vez instalado o iTunes 12.0.1 não se esqueça de atualizá-lo quando solicitado, em seguida, executar Taig como instruído aqui here.

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triadone - July 17, 2015 at 2:56am
I used the same jailbreak (TaiG) for iOS 7 and ran into the "getting stuck" part. I'm not sure if the iOS 8 jailbreak is similar in any way, but I found that when I set my Parallels virtual windows machine to 2 CPUs instead of one (quad core system) it powered right through the jailbreak without an issue. Everything prior to that, using older iTunes versions, etc., didn't help get me past the sticking point. As an FYI, I also had the USB connection directly connected to the virtual machine and not the virtualized USB. More advanced Parallels users probably know what I'm referring to.
payneproblems - June 29, 2015 at 11:36pm
will iTunes work?
davian - June 29, 2015 at 5:08pm
me acaba de pasar lo del 20%, simplemente despues de esperar, solo desbloquee el iphone y listo!
davian - June 29, 2015 at 5:09pm
tambien me paso en el 60%, lo desbloqueo... y lsito!
NoGoodNick - June 25, 2015 at 7:43pm
I upgraded and jail broke my iPhone with no problems (aside from waiting forever at 60%). However, my iPad didn't do as well. Instead of getting stuck at 20%, the jb would sit at 60% for 2+ hours before failing. I followed the advice about trying again (uninstalling and reinstalling iTunes) and now the jail break can no longer "See" the iTunes driver, despite my having no troubles using iTunes. So now I've got an unjailbreakable iPad. I'm paranoid that upgrading iTunes may prevent me from upgrading my phone too. Like most of the JBs by TaiG, they aren't very good at debugging their tools. This JB tool should NEVER have been released until it was properly debugged. Even worse, when I tried on subsequent attempts, I got 5 different error codes, some claiming things which just weren't true. Use at your own risk.
The iDevice Pro
The iDevice Pro - June 27, 2015 at 6:44am
Follow the steps that I posted below. IT WILL WORK.
triadone - July 17, 2015 at 3:01am
How are you accessing Windows? e.g., direct boot or Parallels/Virtual Machine?
Chris - June 25, 2015 at 2:35pm
I've been trying to jailbreak my iPhone 6 for the last two days and I can't get it to work at all .... I've removed all iTunes and went to the 12.0.1 and iTunes couldn't see my 6 because it's newer so I uninstalled everything thing again and then tryed the one above the other one and it works but gets stuck on 20% so then I tryed restoring my iPhone 6 and tryed it again and it didn't work ..... I need help , I know what I'm doing.
The iDevice Pro
The iDevice Pro - June 26, 2015 at 7:38am
Do a clean install of windows as a last resort. Then install iTunes 12.0.1, then the jailbreak. Them do a backup of your phone. Then do a clean restore to 8.3, then perform the jailbreak. Then restore from your backup. Fail safe...it WILL work
usmc8408 - June 25, 2015 at 1:45am
Yes!! It worked! What a nail biting process that was. I've never hated the number 60 so much in my life, haha! So this is exactly what I did, no more, no less...I didn't restore my phone or put it in airplane mode, I just left everything alone (after turning off passcode and find my iPhone). I have Windows 8.1, 64 bit: 1- I uninstalled/deleted all this stuff: Apple Application Support, Apple Application Support x64 and x86, Bonjour, Apple Software Update, Apple Mobile Device Support, iTunes. 2- I downloaded and installed: iTunes64Setup_12.0.1.26 and then iTunesDriver64_0205. 3- Plugged in my phone and started TaiGJBreak_EN_2000. 4- I Waited and stared at the screen. It got to 20%, restarted and continued to 60% where it seemed like it stalled for hours (it was really about 10 minutes), it restarted a few more times and IT WORKED!! A huge thanks to everyone who offered up these solutions!!
Wow..... - June 25, 2015 at 4:21am
Dude...you make it sound like it was rocket science to you. It's a VERY simple process. Be glad you weren't jailbreaking when tethered jailbreaks were all that were available before the untether was released. You'd never have gotten it. I swear...you noobs need to at least learn a little about your devices and how software works before you try to jailbreak ANYTHING!!!
LinSilDav - June 26, 2015 at 9:31pm
No need to be an a-hole. No jailbreak before these past few ones had been so challenging. Different processes work for different people and their computers.
aditya v
aditya v - June 24, 2015 at 8:17pm
success with this method. 1. reinstall itunes to12.0.1 2. backup your iphone 3. restore your iphone (set as new iphone) 4. launch taig (wait a moment) 5. success 6. restore your iphone backup.
Hitesh talreja
Hitesh talreja - June 24, 2015 at 3:42pm
Should we jailbreak or not
The iDevice Pro
The iDevice Pro - June 24, 2015 at 7:03pm
If you can properly install iTunes 12.0.1 and follow simple instructions...yes. If you lack the knowledge to do those things...NO. A jailbreak will be nothing but trouble for someone who doesn't even have a basic understanding of what it does. These one-clicks are the devil I tell ya...lol
The iDevice Pro
The iDevice Pro - June 24, 2015 at 1:46pm
Substrate based tweaks do not work. I will say this again. SUBSTRATE BASED TWEAKS DO NOT WORK. One of these postings about the jailbreak says that plainly. What that means is that springtomize, barrel, app sync, almost all of the jailbreak tweaks won't work yet. It's a new jailbreak, and a Cydia Substrate patch will come soon. Just be patient. That's the bad thing about these one click jailbreaks, people who have no idea what is actually happening with their device are jailbreaking. I miss the days of Redsn0w, where you at least had to have a little knowledge, so all these stupid noob questions and posts didn't pop up all the time.
Gabe - June 24, 2015 at 2:39pm
Right dude! Lol. If you know what you're doing it's ridiculously easy. I must say though. I did love when iOS 3 was out and you just had to go to jailbreakme.com and swipe the slider and did everything for you right there. But none the less, I hear ya.
Salman80 - June 24, 2015 at 12:05pm
after installing 12.0.1 its getting stucked on first screen.
Rej - June 24, 2015 at 9:32am
Tongbu, iFunbox Detects my ipad as Jailed device, Appcake force closing when i try to install hack paid apps
Gabe - June 24, 2015 at 3:55am
I got to work after I did these steps. Worked perfect.
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