As soon as TaiG released jailbreak for untethered iOS 8.3 (Windows only), iOS users made a beeline for downloading TaiG Jailbreak V2.0.0 version for Windows computers. But some have encountered a serious issue of “Apple Driver has not been found.” And this error dampened the enthusiasm of iPhone and iPad users. But guys cheer up! Here is a solution for this error.

According to iOS experts, this issue might be limited to Windows PC with older and low-end video cards. Experts opine that you need to download older version of iTunes to fix this issue.

How to fix "Apple Driver has not been found" Error While Using TaiG iOS 8.3 JailbreakAs a solution, you need to install the 32 bit & 64-bit iTunes 12.0.1/12.1.2 for Windows for older video card to fix the issue.




You can also download iTunes:

Once you download iTunes, follow these steps:

How to fix “Apple Driver has not been found” Error While Using TaiG iOS 8.3 Jailbreak

Step #1. Double click on the exe file.

Step #2. Follow the instructions to install iTunes as you normally do. Your iTunes library will not be affected.

Step #3. You can then follow our guide to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch on iOS 8.3.

This solution has successfully worked on a number of iOS devices. If you want to jailbreak your iOS devices, go for it, but care should be taken that your data is restored either in iTunes or in iCloud.

Given the unique characteristic of jailbreak, your data may get corrupted or lost during the process. Hence, taking a backup would be a wise step before you jailbreak your iPhone or iPad. Please share your experience in comments.

  • Usmc8408

    Yes!! It worked! What a nail biting process that was. I’ve never hated the number 60 so much in my life, haha! So this is exactly what I did, no more, no less…I didn’t restore my phone or put it in airplane mode, I just left everything alone (after turning off passcode and find my iPhone). I have Windows 8.1, 64 bit:

    1- I uninstalled/deleted all this stuff: Apple Application Support, Apple Application Support x64 and x86, Bonjour, Apple Software Update, Apple Mobile Device Support, iTunes.

    2- I downloaded and installed: iTunes64Setup_12.0.1.26 and then iTunesDriver64_0205.

    3- Plugged in my phone and started TaiGJBreak_EN_2000.

    4- I Waited and stared at the screen. It got to 20%, restarted and continued to 60% where it seemed like it stalled for hours (it was really about 10 minutes), it restarted a few more times and IT WORKED!!