We all know that Apple has patched jailbreak vulnerabilities in the latest iOS 8.1.3, if you accidentally got this update recent, then TaiG or PP jailbreak for Mac is not available in iOS 8.1.3. As Apple has not stopped signing iOS 8.1.2 currently. So anyone can downgrade their device to regain iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak. New firmware update also brings a lot of bugfixes and improvements, so get jailbreak means that say goodbye to stability and optimization.
If you really decide to downgrade your device from iOS 8.1.3 to iOS 8.1.2, then follow this quite simple process in below for downgrading. Make sure to create a backup, just in case something goes wrong.
How to Downgrade iOS 8.1.3
Step 1: First off, navigate to our download section to download the iOS 8.1.2 IPSW for your specific iOS device. These files range between 1.5 GB and 2GB for iPhones and iPads, so be aware that it may take a bit of time to download it.
Step 2: Once you have the file downloaded, connect your iOS device to your computer and fire up iTunes.
Step 3: Once iTunes completed detect your device, go to your device’s summary page and hold down the Option / Alt key on your keyboard or Shift if you’re on Windows. Keep holding down the key as you click on Restore in iTunes.
Step 4: Browse to the location where you’ve downloaded the IPSW file to and select it.
Step 5: iTunes will begin restoring your iPhone and will install iOS 8.1.2. This process should take a few minutes, and your device will be automatically reboot, until you see the new device activation interface.
Step 6: After the process is complete, your iOS device should now be running iOS 8.1.2. From there, you’ll want to restore your backup by going to the device summary page in iTunes and clicking on Restore Backup.
Now you can rejailbreak your device using the TaiG tool or PP jailbreak for Mac. Follow our step-by-step tutorial on how to jailbreak iOS 8.1.2.