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Released the final version 1.1.28 Cydia with support for iOS 10.2 and 64-bit devices

Developed by Jay Freeman better known as Saurik, announced the release of the final version of Cydia. Updated store informal applications received native support for iOS 10.2 with the ability to buy tweaks and third-party programs.

Cydia 1.1.28 testing for over a month and a half, since the emergence of jailbreak Yalu102. Saurik has released an update back in December, but this time it was in the testing phase.

New Cydia has received the support of 64-bit devices, as well as the new APT 1.14~b library, which is used in operating systems of family of Linux, including Debian and Ubuntu.

In addition, the program fixed the errors that occur with scripts written not in Latin. Updated Cydia fixes the glitch that prevents some tweaks. It is no secret that some of the jailbreak add-ons work with the error: attempt to install tweaks causes a reboot of the desktop, iPhone and iPad.

Updating Cydia is running in automatic mode. Enough device jailbreak to run the app and click “Full update” after downloading all repositories. Anyone who has completed the jailbreak, it is recommended to install the final version 1.1.28 Cydia.

ITunes 10.2 was released in December last year. The developer of a program called Yalu102 is a well-known hacker Luke Todesco. It’s an instrument designed for hacking the iPhone and iPad and is implemented in the form of IPA file to upload to the gadget using Cydia Impactor. Yalu102 supports devices running iOS 10 — 10.2.

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