A brand-new version of Cydia is now out! Up to version 1.1.20, this release comes only two days after a major variation 1.1.19 was released which to name a few things generated support for running Cydia Substratum modifies inside Cydia Installer.

Cydia’s new version 1.1.20 is mainly a bug repair release, which aims to take care of a variety of issues present in the previous releases of Cydia. This consists of repair for: section hiding crash, ‘‘ Neglect Upgrades’ not working effectively, half-installed stage for plans and storage details showing incorrect values.

Cydia 1.1.20

The greatest change in 1.1.20 is support for supporting your Cydia’s sources/repositories list to iTunes. What this truly means is that from now on whenever you make a backup to iTunes, list of your sources/repos in Cydia will be consisted of in the iTunes backup. The next time when you Recover your device, jailbreak then restore iTunes backup, all your sources/repos will certainly be back in Cydia. This feature was actually included in Cydia 1.1.19 but Saurik forgot to include this in the changelog thus nobody really learnt about this up until today.

The complete changelog of version 1.1.20 is as follows:

Area Hiding In some cases Crashed

If you went to “Sources”, tapped “All Sources” (or an individual source), tapped “Edit”, and toggled section hiding on or off, Cydia might crash. (This feature lets you hide specific classifications of plans from appearing in “Changes” if you aren’t interested in them.) Cydia needs to no longer crash when you do that.

Neglect Upgrades Didn’t Do Anything

If you had likelied to “Modification Package Settings” at the top of a plan page for a set up bundle, then chose “Neglect Upgrades” (meanings “do not include this package when choosing Upgrade All”), that showcase had not been doing anything. It must now work once more.

“Fix Half-Installed Plan”… … Didn’t

Ordinarily when a bundle installation fails for some factor, it can be left in a “half-installed” state, and Cydia provides to fix this state for you– but this had not been working. Now if you get a half-installed plan and accept the choice to fix it, it ought to get fixed.

Storage Reported Impossible Values

If you likelied to the Cydia homepage, tapped “Storage Information”, and tapped “Storage” to find out how much space you have for new bundles, Cydia reported strange numbers. Cydia should report affordable numbers now.

Missing Changelog Product Re Backup

When we composed the changelog for Cydia 1.1.19, we forgot to point out that as of Cydia 1.1.19, your sources list is now consisted of in your iTunes backup. This indicates that if you include a few sources, backup your jailbroken device, recover, and both put your backup onto your device and jailbreak once again, Cydia will conveniently have your list of sources including the ones you included.

To update your jailbroken device to Cydia 1.1.20, simply launch Cydia, tap on Changes tab followed by Refresh then await Cydia to prompt you with an “Necessary Upgrade” message as shown in the screenshot listed below.


As soon as you get this message, tap on “Complete Upgrade” to obtain onto the current variation of Cydia.

In case Cydia does not trigger you with “Essential Upgrade” message, after revitalizing packages in Modifications tab, simply look for Cydia Installer and after that upgrade (Customize->> Upgrade) to the current variation.

Cydia 1.1.20 update

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