His contract has been cancelled with immediate effect to allow him to sign for Vanarama Conference South side Sutton United.
The former Salisbury City striker arrived at the Memorial Stadium in the summer, but has found first team opportunities limited and has made 12 appearances in all competitions for the club, seven of which have been from the bench.
Speaking about White’s departure, manager Darrell Clarke said; “Jamie has been frustrated by a lack of regular football and, to his credit, he has agreed to the cancellation of his contract at no cost to Bristol Rovers Football Club.
“He has trained well and worked hard since joining us but his move hasn’t worked out as well as he, and the club, had hoped.
“We need to freshen things up at the top end of the pitch and we are aware that our goals for column needs to improve.
“I have nothing but praise for Jamie’s attitude since he joined the club; he’s a good professional and I wish him every success at Sutton.”