Install Cydia After iOS 8 / 8.1 Jailbreak With Pangu



As we already reported yesterday,  Pangu team just released the first edition of the Jailbreak for iOS 8 / 8.1 compatible for  iOS devices from the iPhone 4s to the latest iPhone 6 and iPhone models 6 Plus, including all models of iPad compatible (from the second generation) and iPod Touch Jailbreak 5 G. This has surprised everyone, including Jay Freeman, aka Saurik, the creator of the app store Cydia alternative.

While news regarding Jailbreak were good, they were not at all, because this did not have Cydia Jailbreak. ButSaurik released in Cydia to manually install after jailbreak with Pangu utility . That if the download and installation has to be performed manually, not installed to perform the jailbreak. Also, Saurik has sent the Cydia installation package to Chinese Pangu so they can release a new update of its software to Jailbreak in the coming hours or days.

Install Cydia after Jailbreaking iOs 8 with Pangu

Pangu within the application on your device:

Step 1: install OpenSSH with a simple tap on the icon in the top right. (The program will install but no new icon will not appear)

Step 2: Download and install on your computer the SFTP client CyberDuck clicking HERE.

Step 3: On your iOS device, go to Settings> Wi-Fi, select the “i” next to your connection and take note of your IP address.

Step 4: Open CyberDuck and click Open Connection.

Step 5:Select the protocol “SFTP” in the drop down, insert in your Server, the IP address you wrote down from your iOS device, you type in username “root” and enter in your password “alpine”. Click on Connect, ignore the error warning and wait until the connection is established.

Step 6: Download the file to Cydia on your PC by clicking HERE and drag the two files inside CyberDuck to transfer them to your iOS device, also download cydia-Iproj file from here. Leaving open CyberDuck, press Ctrl + T on your Windows computer. Paste this command “dpkg–install cydia lproj_1.1.12_iphoneos-arm.deb” then run this command “dpkg -i cydia_1.1.13_iphoneos-arm.deb” without the quotes and click “Send”.

Step 7: Press Ctrl + T again and send a new command by simply typing “reboot” to reboot your iOS device.

After the reboot, Cydia will be installed correctly in iOS 8 If you are not satisfied with the performance or something during the operation did not go the right way, just a restore using iTunes to return to normal.

Warning: The process above is somewhat complex if you are not familiar with SFTP and SSH,  we ask you to proceed with caution and make sure you back up your device before proceeding

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