This is the best way to go if you have a lot of data on your i Phone that is not on i Cloud or that you don’t want to play around with.To unjailbreak your i Phone or i Pad and backup all data: This will effectively remove all jailbreak data (and tweaks and jailbreak apps) but restore your device with all the other normal information. Restore your i Phone or i Pad as a new device This is the method I would prefer because of two reasons: 1) I don’t have a lot of data so backing up or getting things from the i Cloud is easy and 2) this effectively makes my i Phone a totally fresh device leaving no trace of jailbreak or other tweaks.
So updating just means the device must be re-jailbroken after the update is complete.
Before jailbreaking i OS 8.1.1 with Tai G it is recommended to install a clean copy of i OS 8.1.1 using i Tunes.
This means all tweaks and customizations will be erased and stock i OS 8.1.1 installed.
The good news is that i OS 8.1.1 can be jailbroken.
To restore your device as new, here’s what you need to do: This restore option connects to Apple Servers and installs the latest i OS firmware (i OS 6 as on writing this).
Quite naturally, you’ll lose all data but you have the option of taking backups on i Cloud so that when you set up your phone, you can restore data from the backup on i Cloud.
After jailbreaking with Tai G, tweaks and customizations must be manually reinstalled using Cydia.
Click here for instructions on how to restore purchases from Cydia.
In other words, do not use over-the-air (OTA) updates in i OS settings.
Connect the device to a computer and restore to i OS 8.1.1.
Of course, with Absinthe, it all changed and jailbreaking was once again fun and easy. May be you downloaded something and that has made the i Phone unstable – and you want to remove the jailbreak.