TaiG team warns against using the leaked TaiG 2.1 tool


The release of TaiG jailbreak for iOS 8.3 has been quite dramatic from the beginning and the drama is far from over. As users were waiting for a TaiG update that would bring updated version of Cydia Substrate, a newer version of the tool was leaked on the Internet that featured this missing component. We also wrote a guide that allowed users to install Cydia Substrate on their jailbroken devices using this unofficial but legitimate tool. Now TaiG team has issued an official statement regarding the leaked version, warning users against using the unofficially released TaiG 2.1. Team says the leaked tool is meant for testing purposes only and currently has bugs that still need to be fixed.

Here’s the translated statement issued by TaiG team on Chinese social networking website Weibo.

Suggest that you do not download the beta package spread out, because there are application icon missing bug, the official version will be fixed. We are working with Saurik (Cydia Author) UI cache solve problems, solutions complete the new version can be released.

As noted in the statement above, the leaked tool that features an updated version of Cydia Substrate also has a bug, which causes app icons to disappear.

In another statement the team revealed that Saurik had been working with them overnight in order to help them in fixing the tool. They still haven’t given any ETA for its release though, however we expect it to become available in next few hours.

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