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To disable updates, simply add Electra’s i OS Utilities source (electrarepo64.coolstar.org) to your hosts file. Step 3 Go to the Search tab, enter “Cydia Update Helper” and select the first result.

With that being said, you can always go back and remove this line from the hosts file to re-enable updates. Step 4 Tap Install and then tap Confirm to confirm and start the installation.

If you are on Windows, you may have to install a device driver to talk to your Android device over USB.

If your device is not detected, use Impactor's USB Driver Scan feature to attempt to automatically construct and install a driver for your device.

Electra developer Coolstar recently released two system updates, namely, Cydia (GUI Only) and Cydia Compatibility Package.

These packages split the jailbreak package manager into two components – user interface and compatibility.

(These URLs will always redirect to the most recent versions, so feel free to directly link to the packages from howto guides.) Note: Do "Run as Administrator" Impactor; doing this makes drag/drop of files not work on Windows 10.

Also: Tons of people are downloading Cydia Impactor in an attempt to install some kind of Pokemon Go hack in the form of an IPA file... an IPA file is for devices running i OS only, not Android.

You can then sideload as many applications as you want to.

Step 1 Download the Upgrade Helper package from this link.

Step 2 Tap Open Copy to Filza and save the file to var/mobile/documents. If Filza throws the “Filza command not found” message, enter the following commands on the next line and press return.

You do not need the Android SDK installed to use Impactor.

For i OS, if you are using wither Windows or mac OS, you definitely need to have i Tunes installed for this tool to work (for different reasons).

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