A couple of days after TaiG 2.0 was released to Jailbreak iOS 8.1.3 – iOS 8.3, a newer version of the TaiG jailbreak has been discovered that fixes the issue with Cydia substrate.
Since Cydia Substrate was not compatible with TaiG 2.0, many jailbreak tweaks refused to work on jailbroken iOS devices. TaiG v2.1.0 fixes this issue though, and also fixes the issue where many users were getting stuck at 20% during the jailbreak process.
TaiG 2.1.0 has not been officially released by the TaiG team so it may be prudent to wait as it could be buggy. It is likely that the team will update their jailbreak tool and push out an update soon. After all, the team was expected to release a new version yesterday to fix the issue with Cydia Substrate.
For now, if you cannot wait for the TaiG team to release an update to their jailbreak tool, you can download the .deb file of TaiG 2.1.0 from here and manually install it on your jailbroken iPhone or iPad.
If you need help, check our video tutorial below for the step-by-step instructions to fix Cydia Substrate on iOS 8.3:
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TaiG team has warned users not to install leaked TaiG 2.1.0/2.1.1 Jailbreak packages as it is unstable and buggy. Check our article for more details.