Trying to jailbreak iOS 8.3, but gets stuck at 20%, getting error 1101, or you’re prompted by a message stating “Apple driver hasn’t been found” when you have iTunes installed? Well this guide will show you how to fix TaiG iOS 8.3 jailbreak if its stuck at 20% or you’re prompted by a message stating “Apple driver hasn’t been found.” The latest release of iTunes 12.1.2 many people trying to jailbreak their iOS 8.3 device are finding themselves in a bit of a pickle. This simply means that they, or you, are stopped in the process of jailbreaking to iOS 8.3, 8.2, or 8.1.3 by TaiG. To fix these aforementioned issues with TaiG follow the step-by-step instructions after the jump.
Step 2. In the Control Panel uninstall Apple Mobile Device Support, Apple Application Support, iCloud and then iTunes 12.1, 12.1.1, or 12.1.2.
Step 3. When you’re done uninstalling everything you’ll now be able to install iTunes 12.0.1.
Step 4. Now that you have iTunes 12.0.1 installed fire up TaiG v2.0 and you’ll notice everything works smooth.
Step 1. Download Pacifist from Pacifist.com and install it
Step 2. Quit iTunes, remove all its traces using Activity Monitor
Step 3. Download iTunes 12.0.1 for OS X and mount it but don’t install it
Step 4. Launch Pacifist, which you downloaded is earlier
Step 5. Click on Open package > iTunes under Device in the left side bar.
Select Install iTunes and then Open in the bottom right corner
Step 6. Click on Contents of Install iTunes then select Install from the top bar. Follow the on screen instructions until installation begins
Step 7. After a few minutes, you should see a box saying Application already exists. Check Don’t ask again for this installation box and click on Replace
Step 8. Wait for some time until the process is completed
Step 9. When you’re done uninstalling everything you’ll now be able to install iTunes 12.0.1.
Step 10. Now that you have iTunes 12.0.1 installed fire up TaiG v2.0 and you’ll notice everything works smooth.
Note: If it still doesn’t work, use the Microsoft Troubleshooter at. Let it run and select the problem with your software. A list of programs will show, select iTunes. The Troubleshooter should move the muscle for you.
Let me know if this worked for you in the comments section down below!