iPhone ip6 pangu & cydia installed successful

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  1. oplix, Oct 23, 2014
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2014

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    oplix

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    #1
    UPDATE: I am now in a boot loop after restarting the phone. I am no longer recommending this guide or jailbreaking in general until Cydia is packaged into Pangu and updated with bugfixes.

    Used Pangu 1.0.1 on my ip6.

    Make sure to disable find my iphone & your passcode prior to jailbreaking.

    ran Pangu as administrator, unchecked PP, clicked blue button.

    Installed OpenSSH from Pangu app & WinSCP as SSH client (this is a windows program)

    connected to local wifi IP using WinSCP (root:alpine {dont forget to change root password using passwd command in terminal})

    This is where I ran into some issues installing the cydia translation and cydia app packages..

    The typical commands listed on various guides resulted in error codes.

    This command solves these issues and installs both packages at once. I did notice that it did not notify me that the process was completed. I simply left it alone for 2 minutes and then ran:

    command will immediately break WinSCP connection and reboot the phone. Once it reboots, you will now have the Cydia app. Now you open Cydia and give 2-5 minutes for filesystem to update. Be patient, this took longer than expected for me.

    That's it. You are now ready to go.


    Use Pangu app to uninstall PP (the cracked app store).

    Any package requiring Cydia Substrate should automatically install it. However, I recommend taking care of this manually by searching for it in Cydia and installing it right away.

    AGAIN, DONT FORGET TO CHANGE YOUR ROOT PASSWORD.

    Any questions please ask I'll help how I can.

    KNOWN ISSUES:

    Breaks sending pics through messages app
     
  2. wgr73 macrumors 6502a

    wgr73

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    #2
    Thanks! Good info in here :cool:
     
  3. Romanesq macrumors 6502a

    Romanesq

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  4. munakib macrumors 6502

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    #4
    Same here, on boot loop so I am waiting for a more stable version (i'm on iP6+)
     
  5. Totally macrumors 6502a

    Totally

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    #5
    It's a well known fact that it boot loops if you restart the phone and you have a passcode on.
     

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