General Cydia updated to 1.1.4 Passcode/TouchID Fix

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  1. dannyg86 macrumors regular

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    Assuming this encompasses the prior bug fixes, the following should be good:

    - General stability bugs
    - Safari bug (already fixed prior I think)
    - iMessage bug (already fixed prior I think)
    - Passcode/Touch ID causing boot-loop

    Now that Cydia and Substrate are more stable, hopefully this means we'll see this updated Cydia version in an updated Pangu tool shortly..
     
  5. Chrislr24 macrumors member

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    Not saying that I don't trust him but I'm just gonna wait to find out for sure before I turn mine back on lol
     
  6. TriJetHero thread starter macrumors 601

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    I just restored and started new.

    YES its works woth passcode and TouchID
     
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    I need Flex 2 ios 8 compatibility b4 i take the jump
     
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    Does that mean find my iPhone can be turned back on too?
     
  10. ross1998 macrumors 6502a

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    No, cydia is not going to magically update itself while your phone is shut down.
     
  11. studmule macrumors regular

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    Is there anybody out there who was using the modified move.sh file, and has updated to the new cydia? The update recommends restoring and jailbreaking again. Just curious if anybody has just tried to update it.
     
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    Anyone else having problems with safari? It crashes instantly for me.
     
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    Working on my iPhone 5 and rMini just fine. (Upgraded from 1.13 - haven't restored the system before that).

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    Absolutely no Safari problems on my iPhone 5 or rMini. When did you JB? Using the pangu 1.0.1 + SSH install; 1.13 + 1.12 lproj Cydia and the immediate substrate update in Cydia method yesterday, I absolutely have had no Safari problems, unlike with earlier substrates. This Cydia update didn't make things worse. Maybe you have remrants of earlier substrates / pangu 1.0.2?
     
  15. dannyg86 macrumors regular

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    Thanks for the info. Going to jailbreak my 5s, as soon as I fresh install 8.1. I did an OTA update from 8>8.1 so have to do a clean install via iTunes.

    Cheers
     
  16. bluenoseDave macrumors newbie

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    rebooting fine with touch ID and passcode, iphone 6:D
     
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    I'm too on 1.0.1 - all I've done, in addition to running pangu 1.0.1 and installing SSH (but nothing else, not even the 1.0.2 upgrade from inside) from it, was installing the substrate update from Cydia. (And, obviously, today the new Cydia version as a complete upgrade.) No problems here on either the 32-bit iPhone5 or the 64-bit rMini.
     
  19. TriJetHero thread starter macrumors 601

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    You can update to .02 in Pangu or Cydia is the same.
     
  20. HankHowdy macrumors 68040

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    The update never shows up in the pangu app.
     
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    New consolidated Pangu tool out! This method is old :D
     
  22. dannyg86 macrumors regular

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    Just updating for others:

    I took the lazy way and installed Cydia via the Pangu app. Works fine. After doing this the Pangu 0.2 update also appeared for me in the Pangu app (perhaps the respring triggered it)..

    The notes on my experiences of installing Cydia this way:

    1) It did not show any packages via search initially.. i had to go into changes and hit refresh, then it worked.
    2) Substrate isn't installed by default. Got to do that yourself after step 1.
     
  23. Applejuiced macrumors Westmere

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    Great news.
    If touch ID and passcode was never fixed it would really suck.
    We're definitely getting there though.
     
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    Flex has a beta up that adds support for 8
     

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