How to Install Cydia after Deleting It on iOS 8 iPhone or iPad

Cydia got deleted how do I get it back? Is this what you are looking for? Follow our instruction on how to install Cydia after deleting it on iOS 8 firmware. Everything is not too complicated so you will be able to successfully get back this unofficial store with tons of tweaks and jailbreak applications. Remember that you have to be jailbroken to install and use it.

Sometimes you can delete the store by mistake. We don’t know what happened in your situation, but if you managed to remove Cydia from your iPhone or iPad it is time to get it back.

Cydia Deleted How to Reinstall It

There are several methods you can try.

1. Rejailbreak

The easiest step is to rejailbreak if your firmware is below iOS 8.2. Apple has presented iOS 8.3 update recently but it cannot be jailbroken at the moment. The previous version is also non-jailbreakable. If you happened to already restore to 8.2 or 8.3 you are out of luck using this method. Since rejailbreaking means restoring you will lose your iOS 8.1.3 and it is no longer possible to downgrade 8.2 to 8.1.3 or 8.3 to 8.1.3. In other words, don’t use this method until hackers find new exploits.

2. SSH

If you installed OpenSSH in the past you can use it to reinstall Cydia store. You need to download APT 0.6 or APT 0.7 package from Cydia before you begin. Maybe your friends can help you. Launch OpenSSH and use this command:

apt-get install cydia

Press on Enter and type this:

su mobile -c uicach

Press on Enter.

Wait till your iDevice reboots. Cydia should be back.

3. Safari

If you have iFile installed on the iDevice you can launch Safari and find the most recent Cydia version for your gadget. Launch iFile and install Cydia with its help. There should be a reboot and you’ll be able to use the jailbreak store afterwards.

We hope that this Cydia deleted how to get it back instruction was useful and handy to you. Enjoy!

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iOS 8 iPhone OpenSSH Root Password Change Instruction

Did you update to iOS 8 or 8.1 firmware on your iPhone or other iDevice? Have you used Pangu untether jailbreak tool by now? Are you a lucky jailbroken iOS 8 iPhone owner who knows about SemiRestore8 tool that allows restoring the smartphone without losing jailbreak? There is one more thing you must do to stay protected. It is important to change iPhone root password.

Why is your private OpenSSH root login so important? When you have to use Semi Restore or check iPhone memory you also must download and install OpenSSH and use it. But once you have OpenSSH running on your jailbroken iDevice someone might remotely access your gadget. To prevent this from happening it is advised to change the root password.

Change OpenSSH Root Password [Protection]

Don’t allow anyone accessing your Apple handset or tablet with malicious intent. Just change the root password and this is not difficult to do.

Step 1. OpenSSH root password change instruction for iPhone and iPad which is jailbroken begins with Mobile Terminal installation. You can find it on Cydia via Search option.

Step 2. Once this tool is running on your gadget you can change your root passcode.

Step 3. Open MobileTerminal application and enter “su root” [without “”]. You should now click return key and enter “alpine” [without “”] as this password is assigned by the Cupertino-based giant as default one. Now once again click on return.

Step 4. You can now enter the new password and confirm your choice. Just click on return after the first password is entered and repeat when asked by the device.

Step 5. When done you can simply close your Mobile Terminal and enjoy getting a new root password.

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Check iPhone 6 Memory Type: MLC vs. TLC Based NAND Memory [Mac]

Users who have the most recent model of Apple smartphones, iPhone 6 Plus or iPhone 6, can have one of the two types of NAND memory. There is memory based on TLC and MLC. Why would anyone need to know what iPhone NAND flash memory he or she has?

According to some users, their Apple handset gets stuck in a boot loop if they have TLC iPhone NAND memory and thus, once you know what type your gadget has, you can be sure that you can be out of trouble or look at one down the road.

There is a way how to check iPhone memory type on both iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Knowing about possible issues is always better as you can be prepaired and not waste your nerves. One little thing, only jailbroken users can currently check their NAND memory type. Users who are not jailbroken should just know that possible issues can be faced by TLC based NAN memory devices.

The issue is mostly faced by 128GB and 64GB iPhone 6 / iPhone 6 Plus versions. If you have a different device, you are lucky.

iphone-flash-nand-memory-typeStep 1. This tutorial is created for Mac users. You need to use Terminal in order to access iOS . Windows users can do the same thing with PuTTY app.

Step 2. Launch Cydia on your smartphone. You have to download tow programs: IOKit Tools and OpenSSH.

Step 3. Now launch Settings. We should figure out your IP address. This is not difficult to do once you select WiFi and click on “i” that display what you are looking for.

Step 4. Now we will use your IP address to SSH into iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. Just go to Terminal on your Mac and type:

Step 5. The second command you have to enter is:

ioreg -lw0|grep “Device Characteristics”

Step 6. It’s time to find out what iPhone flash NAND memory type you have. If your “default-bits-per-cell” equals 2 you have MLC based memory and if it equals 3 you memory is TLC based.

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How to Get Python On iPhone For Scripts Writing

There are three methods to install Python on iPhone and I’ll show you all of them here. Learn how to get Python interpreter and use its extensive class library.

Python is the java library for scripting SSH sessions to use different apps as Alfred app for Mac. You can make scripts for commands. You need these scripts because each of it gives you root access to iPhone.

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Fix SSH Problems and Apps Crashes Using Redsn0w 0.9.13dev2 | Download

The best way to jailbreak iOS 6 betas is to download Redsn0w 0.9.13dev2 and use it for jailbreak. You need download this version because it gives you the possibility to fix SSH issues and crashes of some apps. This updated version was created by iPhone Dev Team specially for this.

After new iOS beta release hackers launched Redsn0w 0.9.13dev1 specially to jailbreak iOS 6 beta 1. But many users complained on issues with SSH and apps crashes. It didn’t work properly. That’s why iPhone Dev Team released Redsn0w 0.9.13dev2 and you can download it here using direct links for Mac and Windows.

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Setup 3D Maps On iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch [How to]

Today I’ll show you how to install 3D maps on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Looking at amazing iOS 6 features you may want to enjoy them on your gadget so I propose you to add repo below and install this amazing Cydia tweak.

When Apple released iOS 6 beta many users desired to install it on their devices. But only iPhone 4S and new iPad (3) users can enjoy 3D maps. I mean that 3D maps are not the same as on A5 gadgets.

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Install Cydia on iOS 6 After Jailbreak [How to]

I’m sure that every iDevice’s user thinks about how to install Cydia on iOS 6 beta after jailbreak with Redsn0w. Few days ago I showed you how to jailbreak iOS 6 beta 1 using Redsn0w 0.9.13dev2. But there is no Cydia after jailbreaking process. The only thing you can use is SSH to get root access to your iPhone (iPad, iPod Touch) filesystem and also you will have afc2 support.

Great news that you can install Cydia on iOS 6 beta 1 came from Andrew Liu whose twitter nickname is @WyndWarrior. He tweeted that he has recently made Cydia to support iOS 6 beta 1 and showed how to install it. And before we start take a look at the requirements.

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iOS 6 Jailbreak Broken SSH [FIXED]

Here you will find info on how to fix iOS 6 jailbreak broken SSH error if you have some. When I tried to jailbreak iOS 6 beta on my iPhone 4 I encountered with SSH error after jailbreak. And I couldn’t get to my iPhone file system.

It is very essential to have access to iPhone file system because you can download apps and tweaks you like manually using SSH. And that is the main reason to jailbreak iOS 6 but what you must do if you get the SSH error. Without Cydia you can do nothing except using SSH that’s why it is essential to fix iOS 6 jailbreak SSH error.

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