Download TaiG jailbreak for iOS 8
Taig is the best tool for iOS 8.4 Cydia download. Taig supports install Cydia on iOS 8 through 8.4. Download the latest Taig version and visit our dedicated Taig support page for jailbreak tutorials, troubleshoot and more details.
- TaiG v2.4.2 beta: Windows only
- TaiG v2.4.1: Windows only
- TaiG v2.3.1: Windows only
- TaiG v2.3.0: Windows only
- TaiG v2.2.1: Windows only
- TaiG v2.2.0: Windows only
- TaiG v2.1.3: Windows only
- TaiG v2.1.2: Windows only
- TaiG v2.1.1: Windows only
- TaiG 8.3 Untether.deb: For jailbroken iPhones running iOS 8.3
- TaiG v2.1.0: Windows only
- TaiG v2.0.0: Windows only
- TaiG v1.2.0: Windows only
- TaiG v1.1.0: Windows only
- TaiG v1.0.2: Windows only
- TaiG v1.0.1: Windows only
Download PP 25 jailbreak for iOS 8
PP jailbreak developed by 25PP team and also accused for stealing Taig source code. Anyway PP jailbreak is also working fine on Cydia download for iOS 8.4. PP jailbreak is also available for MAC users. Downlad the latest PP jailbreak version below.
Download Pangu for iOS 8
Pangu for iOS 8 was released on October 22, 2014. Developed by the Pangu Team, a group of hackers from China, this release of Pangu was the first jailbreak available for iOS 8.
- Pangu for Mac v1.0.0
- Pangu v1.2.1: Windows only
- Pangu v1.2.0: Windows only
- Pangu v1.1.0: Windows only
- Pangu v1.0.1: Windows only
Download Pangu for iOS 7
Pangu is a jailbreak tool released in June 2014 by the Pangu Team, a group of hackers from China. Very little is known so far about the Pangu Team. The Pangu jailbreak is the first jailbreak for iOS 7.1.x. You can download the latest version of Pangu below. Click here to read our coverage of the Pangu jailbreak.
- Pangu 1.2.1: Windows (mirror)
- Pangu 1.2.0: Mac (mirror) – Windows (mirror)
- Pangu 1.1.0: Mac (mirror) – Windows (mirror)
- Pangu 1.0: Windows
Released by the evad3rs – a team comprised of pod2g, MuscleNerd, PlanetBeing, and Pimskeks – in December 2013 and it’s compatible with all iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and iPad mini models running iOS 7.0 through 7.0.4. For more information about this tool, please make sure to check out our dedicated evasi0n7 page where you will find the latest developments as well as guides and tutorials.
Download the latest version of evasi0n7:
- evasi0n7 1.0.8: Mac – Windows
- evasi0n7 1.0.7: Mac – Windows
- evasi0n7 1.0.6: Mac – Windows
- evasi0n7 1.0.5: Mac – Windows
- evasi0n7 1.0.4: Mac – Windows
- evasi0n7 for Mac v 1.0.3
- evasi0n7 for Windows v 1.0.3
- evasi0n7 for Mac v 1.0.2
- evasi0n7 for Windows v 1.0.2
- evasi0n7 for Mac v 1.0.1
- evasi0n7 for Windows v 1.0.1
- evasi0n7 for Mac
- evasi0n7 for Windows
Released by the evad3rs – a team comprised of pod2g, MuscleNerd, PlanetBeing, and Pimskeks – in February 2013, evasi0n has been a long-awaited jailbreak for the iPhone 5 and other iOS 6 devices. For those of you keeping score at home, it took the evad3rs 136 days to crack iOS 6.1 for the iPhone 5, compared to just 98 days for the iPhone 4S, 38 days for the iPhone 4, and just 14 days for the iPhone 3GS.
Download the latest version of evasi0n:
There is no reason to use a previous version of evasi0n. If you’re trying to jailbreak your iOS device with evasi0n, make sure you download the latest version available, which is listed above.
p0sixspwn is a jailbreak utility developed by winocm, iH8sn0w, and SquiffyPwn. It is a tool for older devices running iOS 6.1.3 through iOS 6.1.5. It’s an untethered jailbreak and should work for any device running the aforementioned firmware.
Download the latest version of p0sixspwn:
Redsn0w is a jailbreak utility developed by the Dev-Team. Originally called QuickPWN, this jailbreak tool was quickly renamed, and has now become a household name for most jailbreakers. Unlike PwnageTool, RedSn0w works for both Mac and Windows, and is considered to be one of the most reliable jailbreaks by the whole community. For a complete rundown of this utility, including tutorials and videos, please refer to our dedicated RedSn0w page. You can also keep in touch with the latest RedSn0w news by following our dedicated RedSn0w tag page.
Absinthe is a userland jailbreak utility for many devices running iOS 5, 5.0.1 and 5.1, depending on the device (please refer to our jailbreak page for a compatibility list). This tool was first released on January 20, 2012, and is available as a standalone tool (Absinthe), a command line tool, and as part of a RedSn0w update. Although Absinthe hasn’t been updated for iOS 6 and above, you may want to refer to our dedicated Absinthe page for step by step tutorials and information about this utility.
PwnageTool is a Mac application developed by the iPhone Dev Team that allows you to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. PwnageTool allows you to create custom firmwares while preserving the baseband – a key component of an iPhone unlock – it is usually used by iPhone users who want to unlock their iPhones. PwnageTool was last updated to allow to jailbreak the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and iPod touch 2G, 3G, and 4G. Please refer to our dedicated PwnageTool pagefor complete information and compatibility list. You may also want to check our PwnageTool sectionthat gathers all our tutorials and articles related to the utility.
Sn0wBreeze is a jailbreak utility developed by iOS hacker iH8sn0w, similar to PwnageTool, except it is only compatible with Windows. Just like PwnageTool, Sn0wBreeze will create a custom IPSW allowing you to preserve your baseband for a potential software unlock. Refer to ourSn0wBreeze section for the latest information about this tool as well as detailed tutorials on how to use it.
Download Sn0wBreeze v2.9.14 (compatible with iOS 3.1.3, 3.2.x, 4.0.x, 4.1, 4.2.1 to 4.2.8, 4.3 to 4.3.3, 4.4.3, 4.4.4, 5.0.1, 5.0.2, 5.1.1, 5.2, 6.0.x, 6.1, 6.1.2, 6.1.3)
Seas0nPass is a jailbreak utility solely dedicated to the Apple TV. By allowing you to create a custom IPSW firmware, Seas0nPass will provide you with an untethered jailbreak for your Apple TV. Make sure to check our dedicated Seas0nPass section to see what versions are supported and for full step by step tutorials about this utility.
GreenPois0n is a jailbreak tool developed by the Chronic Dev Team. GreenPois0n was originally written using two exploits: SHAtter (a bootrom exploit) as well as a userland kernel exploit provided by Comex to make the jailbreak untethered. Geohot later released another jailbreak (limera1n) using a different bootrom exploit on October 9th, 2010, which led to a delay in greenpois0n’s release in order to implement Geohot’s exploit and keep SHAtter for a future jailbreak.
Please refer to our GreenPois0n section for tutorials and more information about GreenPois0n.
LimeRa1n is a controversial jailbreak tool created by famous hacker GeoHot. It uses an undisclosed bootrom exploit and Comex’s Packet Filter Kernel Exploit to achieve an untethered jailbreak. Make sure to check out ourLimeRa1n page to see what devices and firmware versions are supported.