TaiG 2.0 tool with iOS 8.3 jailbreak support has been released, and we are sure most users who were waiting for the jailbreak have already downloaded it to jailbreak their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. While the tool works fine many users have been encountering different issues with tool getting stuck at 20%, 30%, 40% etc. In this post we will tell you how you can troubleshoot TaiG jailbreak and solve different errors that includes 1101, 1102, 1103, 1104, 1105 and more.
Fix TaiG error -1101
The error -1101 occurs when the jailbreak setup is stuck at 20%. This error can be fixed by simply downgrading the iTunes to an earlier version. A complete guide for solving this error is available here.
Fix TaiG error -1102
This error occurs when you haven’t turned off the Touch ID or Passcode, as instructed in our iOS 8.3 jailbreak guide. This can also be solved by turning on the Airplane mode on the device.
Fix TaiG Error -1103
If you are getting the 1103 error then your TaiG tool file is corrupted. Download it again from this link and try again.
Fix TaiG Error -1104
If your jailbreak setup is stuck at 30 or 40% then you will be getting the 1104 error. You can solve this by plugging your device into a different USB port on your computer. If that doesn’t work then you can also try running the jailbreak process on a different machine.
Fix TaiG Error -1105
If your setup is stuck at 50% then chances are you haven’t turned off the Find My iPhone on your device, as instructed on our iOS 8.3 jailbreak guide. Another reason for this error can be that your computer’s antivirus or firewall software is blocking TaiG. Try disabling them and try again.
Fix ‘Jailbreak Failed’ error
If you are getting the Jailbreak Failed error then try turning off the Wi-Fi on your device and then try again.
Fix the Injecting error
If your setup is stuck at the 60% mark then chances are you haven’t started TaiG tool in Windows’ Administrator mode, as instructed in our guide as well. If that’s the case then restart your computer and the iOS device, run the program in admin mode by right clicking on it and try again.
Another way of fixing this issue is restoring the iOS device using iTunes and then trying again. Make sure you backup your device before doing so.
Fix ‘Apple Drive hasn’t been found’
Users who are using a 64-bit version of Windows may get this error while installing the 32-bit version of iTunes on their computer. Try downloading the 64-bit version (link) instead.
Fixing error that occurs during iTunes 12.0.1 installation in Virtual Machine
If you are a Mac user who has been using Windows version of TaiG 2.0 in a Virtual Machine then you might be getting an error while installing the iTunes 12.0.1. If that’s the case then try reinstalling the Parallels Tool on your Mac and then try again.[Source: 25PP via RedmondPie]