When TAIG team launched its tool to jailbreak iOS 8.3 devices, no one had imagined all the issues that will come along with it. It is understandable that mistakes appear in early versions of the jailbreak, but errors to which we are accustomed to are not what is detected.

Typically, in the first versions of a new jailbreak it is that the system is unstable, causing closures or malfunction of any application. But TAIG Jailbreak 2.0.0 has come up with a fault (that actually two) that prevents users complete the process. Another problem, this is more “understandable”, see the quotes, is that Cydia Substrate (necessary for many tweaks) does not work, what makes the jailbreak stay a little (actually a lot) “lame”.

On the official website of TAIG, clearly it puts it “Cydia Substrate is not compatible with iOS 8.2 and 8.3 […] Wait patiently updating” which has led us all to confusion. When reading the text, all eyes were focused on the creator of Cydia, Saurik, but in reality, who have to update the tool is TAIG not Saurik.

Patching the kernel is needed to Cydia Substrate operate properly and that responsibility falls on the shoulders of TAIG team. i0n1c, which is infamous for its little sympathy but we must acknowledge that the tool has been revised from the beginning, published a tweet confirming reproduced Saurik (above these lines). Soon after, and to an alleged flood of requests to hurry Saurik, creator of Cydia published the following:

TAIG team responded to a user on a forum saying that “we are trying to launch the update us as soon as possible. I will not be long. In fact we release an update today (Beijing time). “Most likely, the update appears in Cydia nothing else is available. Moreover, it should also launching TAIG version 2.0.1 jailbreak, which will include this update and possibly solve the failures of the failed installation.

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