A newly released utility called Pogo by iOS developer elihwyma is sure to turn a few heads this weekend, but what exactly is it, and should you rush into the line to install it?
While jailbreak tweaks are commonly used to configure the behavior of your iPhone or iPad’s native operating system, did you know that there are several jailbreak tweaks out there that can also enhance the very package manager app(s) you use to install them in the first place?
The Sileo Team on Friday updated the Sileo package manager app for jailbroken iOS & iPadOS handsets to version 2.3, introducing a slew of changes and enhancements for users.
If you’ve jailbroken an iPhone or iPad in the past five years, then you should be at least vaguely familiar with the Packix repository. It served as one of the biggest places for jailbreak tweak and theme developers to host their content, including paid packages in a post-Cydia Store community.
After jailbreaking your iPhone or iPad, you’ll get most of your jailbreak tweaks and add-ons from dedicated repositories (or sources) that you access from a package manager app, such as Cydia. But then the inevitable happens; you find yourself plagued by unexpected error messages when trying to refresh your repository sources. Bummer, isn’t it?
The Sileo Team is out with yet another update for the Sileo package manager this Saturday afternoon with a number of miscellaneous bug fixes that should lend subtle improvements to the app’s user experience.
The Sileo Team released yet another update to the Sileo package manager for jailbroken iPhones and iPads this week, this time bringing it up to version 2.2.5.
In a rather unfortunate turn of events, it would appear that the popular Dynastic Repo repository, which has been commonly used for hosting jailbreak tweaks and other third-party add-ons, will be shutting down in the near future.
Following the release of a major update to the Sileo package manager just over two weeks ago with support for all jailbreaks and an extensive change log, the Sileo Team has published several smaller updates in the days following.
Today, we’re witnessing the release of yet another update for the Sileo package manager, this time bringing the app up to version 2.2.4-1.
The Odyssey Team is out with yet another update for its iOS & iPadOS 14-centric Taurine jailbreak Wednesday morning after only just recently launching version 1.0.7 with boot loop mitigations and startup repairs to combat consequential data loss and forced software updates.
The latest update, dubbed Taurine version 1.1.0, was released to address known bugs and incorporate stability improvements.
Hot off the heels of a significant update to Sileo this past week, the Sileo Team released a second minor subsequent update for the package manager app on Friday.
In case you missed it, the Sileo Team released a substantial update for the Sileo package manager this Thursday morning that brought it up to version 2.2 with a rather extensive change log. In addition to making Sileo compatible with all existing jailbreaks, the update also brought a significant number of new features, bug fixes, and improvements.
Thursday evening, the Sileo Team followed up with the larger and more significant update by launching a secondary smaller update. The latest version of Sileo is now version 2.2.1.