When Pangu team released their jailbreak tool to jailbreak iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2, it wasn’t possible to buy jailbreak tweaks on Cydia.
Pangu team released their tool to jailbreak iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2 last week. The jailbreak process has been quite smooth, but like any other jailbreak, it comes with it own set of problems.
Immediately after the release of iOS 9 jailbreak, Saurik also updated Cydia Substrate to work with the latest firmware. A new update has just been rolled out for the package that takes it to version 0.9.6010 and fixes issues with the armv7 32-bit slice. The bug which was prevalent in the previous version prevented extensions from loading into Cydia.
Hot on the heels of the Pangu iOS 9 – 9.0.2 jailbreak, Jay Freeman aka saurik has released an update for the Cydia Substrate.
Saurik releases Cydia Impactor which allows you to remove jailbreak without updating to a new version of iOS
Cydia currently displays a recommended list of packages labelled as ‘Featured’ for new users to install on their device. However, there’s still no way that you can find out which are the top paid and free packages just like the iOS App Store. Indulge is a new jailbreak tweak by Cydia developer Steven Rolfe that brings this much-awaited feature to Cydia.
Recently, Saurik updated Cydia to version 1.1.23 which brings a few new major features. One such feature includes the ability to downgrade Cydia packages if an older version is available on the repository where the tweak is hosted. This is a useful feature as some upgrades can make packages unstable on your device so its important to downgrade them back to the previous version.
Saurik has been busy lately updating Cydia to provide a better user experience. Cydia 1.1.19 was a major upgrade made to Cydia making it run as mobile rather than root. A few more updates were followed to fix all the known bugs in the app.