The following video from iCrackURiDevice shows you how to install iOS 9 beta 2 free of charge on any device that supports the new software. This jailbreak is of the untethered variety, which means that you can turn your iOS device off and on again without the assistance of a computer. That should fix the problem and let you complete the jailbreak process.
25PP has even set up a full website advertising the tool and offering download links for its new iOS 8.3 jailbreak tool, reports iDownloadBlog.
Open your device running on iOS 8.3 and head to the Settings option. The latest Cydia 1.1.17 is now compatible with iOS 8.3 TaiG v2 jailbreak. According to iJailbreak, a hacking team named Pangu has been working hard on the issue and gave a preview of their jailbreak solution at the recent Mobil Security Conference in Shanghai. The tool is also only available on Windows at this time, however, it is safe to assume that an OS X release is close behind.
This update to version 2.1 should also solve the issue that many users were experiencing that caused them only to get to 20 percent completion with the jailbreak.
Though iOS 9 will be much more svelte than previous iterations of iOS, some devices with less memory could still have trouble.
The method of jail breaking your phone via this software is fairly simple.
Take care; read and understand all the caveats, both here and in the linked pages – lest you create an expensive brick. Jailbroke, and then did the restore through iTunes. Cydia will configure the file system. Once it was done, installed some non-substrate tweaks and apps. Jailbreak developer iOShXr says that the current iOS 8.3 jailbreak is still valid – seeing that it still works on iOS 8.4 beta 4.
Ideally we’d still like to see Apple increase the amount of storage space that comes with its entry-level devices.