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Cydia 1.1.12

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Cydia 1.1.12's been released. Yay :D

The changelog can be found here: https://cydia.saurik...o/cydia/1.1.12/


Along with Bug Fixes, the tabs at the bottom of Cydia have also changed. Here are the changes:

Sections (2nd tab from the left) have been replaced with Sources. You can view, edit and refresh your sources here. The Sections page is not completely gone. You can access the page by tapping All Sources, a "combined package list for [your] sources". This button is located at the top of the Sources page. 


Manage (3rd tab from the left) has been replaced with Installed. Instead of having to go to Manage, then clicking Packages, the Installed tab now goes straight to Packages, showing all of your installed packages. At the top, there are 3 filters. Similar to the Who are You? function on 1.1.10, it filters the packages list from User and Expert. Expert will show the same list as User and all Developer/Internal packages. The third filter is RecentRecent shows the most recently installed or upgraded packages. This is great if you suddenly see problems on your device after installing/updating packages and need to see which package is responsible. This filter also organizes the installations/upgrades of packages by date.


You can check if you have updated by scrolling to the bottom of the Cydia tab on Cydia. You should know when the update is coming to you when a "Upgrade Essentials" (or something like that) alert comes up when opening Cydia. It will allow you to choose between Updating Essentials or Ignore (Temporary).


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Good luck updating!

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I wonder if it works perfectly on iOS 8 ;)

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Nice one man!

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