Those taking advantage of the Zebra package manager instead of Cydia or Sileo on their jailbroken handset will do good to launch the app and refresh their sources.
A fresh update to Zebra was released Monday afternoon that officially brings the zippy package manager up to version 1.1. Citing the project’s official change log on GitHub, this release incorporates a lengthy list of improvements. Brace yourselves:
If you use Zebra on your jailbroken iPhone or iPad, then you may want to launch your preferred package manager and refresh your sources.
Zebra has received a fresh update this Wednesday afternoon, and if you’ve been keeping track, today’s update officially brings the app up to version 1.0.7.
Jailbreakers on iOS 9 through 13 who are donning the new Zebra package manager may be excited to learn that there’s a brand-new update available as of Sunday afternoon that squashes another substantial handful of bugs. The latest release of Zebra is now version 1.0.6
Citing the change log published on the official Zebra GitHub project page, Zebra v1.0.6 incorporates the following improvements:
The Zebra package manager for jailbroken iOS devices received a fresh update Friday evening, officially bringing the software up to version 1.0.5.
Just like previous updates issued before today, Zebra 1.0.5 incorporates beaucoup bug fixes and improvements that are expected to improve the package manager’s user experience in day-to-day usage.
If you’ve been tinkering with the new Zebra package manager on your jailbroken iOS device ever since it was officially released to the public on New Year’s Day, then you should know that there’s a new update out as of Sunday morning that you won’t want to miss.
Zebra version 1.0.3 is now available, and unlike the tiny update released just a couple of days ago, this one is jam-packed with a plethora of bug fixes and improvements that should make it more reliable in daily use.
Following the official public debut of the Zebra package manager on New Year’s Day, the project received its first update yesterday with a generous handful of bug fixes and improvements. But a subsequent update released early Friday morning brought Zebra up to version 1.0.2.
Zebra v1.0.2 isn’t as significant of an update as v1.0.1 was, but it’s something that checkra1n and unc0ver users will want to install if they’ve decided to try the young package manager.
The jailbreak community kicked off the new year yesterday with the first official public release of the Zebra package manager, an alternative to defaults like Cydia and Sileo that are traditionally pre-installed by jailbreak tools in order for users to install and manage jailbreak tweaks and extensions.
Today, however, Zebra received its first formal update to version 1.0.1 with a generous handful of bug fixes and improvements.
The Zebra package manager for jailbroken handsets is officially out of beta as of today, and if you have any intention of installing it on your device(s), then you might be pleased to learn that it’s a fairly straightforward process with no strings attached.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you the steps necessary to install the all-new Zebra package manager on any jailbroken device running iOS 9 through 13.
Cydia has enjoyed its throne as the king of package managers on jailbroken handsets for more than a decade, but are we quickly entering a day and age where the tried and true Cydia will pass on the torch to something new?
One might be inclined to think so; especially now that Zebra, a popular third-party alternative to Cydia, is kicking off the new year in 2020 with an official public release. Zebra has been in beta testing for quite some time, but as of Wednesday afternoon, the package manager is no longer in beta, and it should be safe enough for the general public to go ahead and try on their own.
If you’re as excited about all the latest jailbreak tool updates as we are, then you’re probably looking for new add-ons and extensions that can boost the usability and augment the aesthetics of your pwned handset.
In this roundup, we’ll talk about all the latest jailbreak tweaks to be released from Monday, July 22nd to Sunday, July 28th. As usual, we’ll kick things off by discussing our favorite releases and then wrap everything up with an outline of the rest afterward.
It’s been a busy week for the jailbreak community as Chimera and unc0ver have each picked up support for @NedWilliamson’s new Sock Puppet exploit, permitting those with up to iOS 12.3 beta installed to jailbreak their handsets. That said, those folks must be itching for ideas as to what to install on their newly-pwned handsets. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered.
This roundup encompasses all the latest jailbreak tweak releases from Monday, July 15th to Sunday, July 21st. As always, we’ll kick things off by discussing our favorite releases first and then wrap things up by outlining the rest afterward.