Friday, February 1, 2013

Cydia On iPad Mini

The @Evad3rs jailbreak team is in the final beta testing stages for delivering an iOS 6.1 jailbreak. This new jailbreak will be the first to support the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini. Many, including myself, are very excited to jailbreak their iPad Mini to gain access to Cydia.

Head over to to get Cydia on your iPad Mini. Cydia allows users to add custom sources to APT, which allows users to choose download locations of packages. There are numerous sources available in community source packs, and private sources can also be added manually. Cydia packages (applications) for jailbroken iPads and iPod Touches can often function on a deeper level than Apple-approved applications.

This is because they have the ability to access any part of the hardware or file system. This allows for themes, file browsers, video recording on the pre-3gs, and system-wide modification to all apps installed on an iPad.

Those with jailbroken devices may use Amazon Payments or PayPal to purchase items from the store. Unlike App Store applications, applications available through the Cydia interface are not controlled by DRM unless the developer chooses to add their own protective measures. The proof of payment is linked to a Google or Facebook account in case users move to a new iPod Touch or iPad device or the device is bricked or un-jailbroken.

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