Jailbreaking iOS 8.1.2 with TaiG V1.2.1 gave "Cant find Apple driver"

I've just bought/subscribed to FlexiSpy to be installed on my kid's iPhone 6 running iOS 8.1.2

FlexiSpy gave a link to download & install TaiG V1.2.1 which upon being run, gave me an
error "Cant find Apple driver" & I can't  click the Next button to proceed.  My iTunes detected
the iPhone 6

Googling around, found that TaiG has this issue unless we used a certain version of iTunes
(V12.1.1): so uninstalled the current iTunes on my Win 7 x64 that has been working fine with
backing up iphones, then tried to install this V12.1.1 64-bit for Windows & it kept rolling back
towards the end of installation.  Downloaded from a few sites & all of them gave the same
'rolling back' issue.

FlexiSpy gave indications that their support contractor  perfectroot.com would do a "courtesy
service of remote jailbreaking for customers" but Perfectroot declined, indicating there's a
charge for it.

So how do I get TaiG to jailbreak so that I could proceed?  Don't want to try other tools in case
it's not the supported method by FlexiSpy
sunhuxAsked:
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Wayne88Commented:
I am not sure if we're allowed to help with jailbreaking anything.  I will leave it to admin to advise.
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sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Some other experts have advised on jailbreaking in the past.

When I was installing the following versions, they attempts to install to
c:\Program Files (x86)\iTunes....

122,418,480 iTunes64SetupV12_0_1.exe
121,355,568 iTunes64Setup_V12.1.1.exe

As it's attempting to install to x86, does that mean the installers I've got are
for 32bits?  The urls that lead me to those installers indicate they're for 64bit
& my Win 7 is 64bit

Despite rebooting my laptop & reinstalling, still getting installation being
rolled back at the end of installation
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sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Thanks Thermoduric, it's an iPhone (of my under-aged kid), not iPad
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Jackie ManCommented:
Unless flexispy is the only app that you want, jailbreaking will void your warranty and also make troubles with other apps installed or to be installed

Apple iOS is a closed ecosystem and it will force you to grade the iOS from time to time since the introduction of iOS 8.
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sunhuxAuthor Commented:
do you know of any other apps that could do this stealth one-way video+audio
monitoring of the kid?  

Flexispy uses one-way stealth Skype
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sunhuxAuthor Commented:
http://www.iskysoft.com/article/10-best-iphone-spy-apps.html

Looking at the above, the only other app that appears to be able to do this
is HighsterMobile  but it needs jailbreaking too.
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