Download TaiG 2.4.2 to fix 30% and 40% error. TaiG is updated again now the untether jailbreaking tool has reached version 2.4.2, the reason for this release is to fix the error 30% and 40% that users encounter when trying to jailbreak their iOS 8.4 firmware based device. And so the TaiG team decided to bring more update after receiving several feedback from users.
Aside from that, TaiG 2.4.2 also comes with a surprise which is Cydia 1.1.23, yes the tool is bundled with the most recent Cydia version. You can get the two of them at the same time.
As we know that Cydia 1.1.23 was just being released today bringing support for downgrading tweaks or packages and also comes with a handy utility that enables us to show a categorized list of tweaks against the apps from App Store or stock app that you already installed on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
TaiG 2.4.2's official changelog.
V2.4.2 integrates the latest Cydia 1.1.23, and fixes issues of getting stuck at 30% and 40%.
V2.4.2 is a beta version. If not necessary, you can use the previous version to jailbreak.
As it's written above that version 2.4.2 of TaiG is still in beta stage. Therefore, if you are now using the previous versions or never experienced the stuck at 30% or 40% issue thus you don't need to use this update.
It is better for you to use the TaiG 2.4.1 that was released a couple days ago to fix the 60% error. And it's a final release, therefore you will likely not find issue using it.
As for those who have jailbroken their devices using previous TaiG versions, then there is no need for you to use TaiG 2.4.2. This version only for new users who want jailbreak yet facing the 30% and 40% error.
Download TaiG 2.4.2 beta (TaiGJBreak_EN_2420.zip) from here (English version and for Windows only operating system).
We will keep you informed if the TaiG 2.4.2 has reached final stage and released in the future. Until then you can use it for jailbreaking your iOS 8.4 firmware on Windows and tell your friends about this tool. See you again in the next posts of Jailbreak iOS blog.