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A belated Thanksgiving gift has been released for all jailbreak fanatics. That's right, the TaiG iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak tool is now available to download and has been approved by MuscleNerd. If you are looking to get Cydia up and running on iOS 8.1.1 or iOS 8.2 beta then this is for you. Just like Pangu, this is an untethered jailbreak and all you have to do is follow the steps given and apply the jailbreak.
The jailbreak community has been digesting the news of this untethered jailbreak for the past couple of days and many of the trusted jailbreakers have been giving it the once over to make sure that it works and is safe to use. We have just heard today that MuscleNerd has declared that TaiG is safe to use so if you want to jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 this could be the tool for you.
A minor update to TaiG has already been released in the form of version 1.0.2, which add the ability to remove the 3K Assistant that can be optionally installed at the point of jailbreak. The 3K Assistant is an application that includes a repository, discussion, and other info relevant to jailbreakers but it is only aimed at Chinese consumers so you probably won't need it. If you have accidentally installed this application and you don't want it, you can install the v1.0.2 version of TaiG which will allow you to easily remove 3K Assistant in Cydia.
Now that TaiG has been given the MuscleNerd stamp of approval, you can now update your firmware to iOS 8.1.1 and jailbreak and add Cydia to your iOS device. If you are using the beta version of iOS 8.2, you can also jailbreak using this tool. This really is great news for those looking for a jailbreak solution but given the timing of TaiG's release, Apple could very well patch it before iOS 8.2 is officially released.