Cydia Extender: Everything You Should Know
Close, but no cigar? That’s the first thought I had after looking at the Cydia Extender release. It could have been so great for the Jailbreak community if they had only made it for free Apple dev accounts.
The good new is users with paid Apple developer accounts will be able to sign Yalu now forever with no more shenanigans. Yes, I said shenanigans. That’s what I think this method of Yalu102 users to install. But hey, we did get a jailbreak at least and was getting the untethered version until Apple stepped in with their bounty. They are definitely top head hunters with their checkbook size!!!
Saurik had this to say on Twitter about the new tool release.
(Cydia Extender isn’t what many are assuming; and it seems to require a paid developer account to install, which I failed to notice? *sigh*)
— Jay Freeman (saurik) (@saurik) March 11, 2017
What don’t I understand is why Saurik appeared confused? He tried to hint a few weeks ago we would be getting a tool to take care of the seven-day shenanigans.
What is Cydia Extender? A piece of Shit for users without Apple paid dev account.
Cydia Extender is built into Cydia Impactor and works to sign new iOS apps on the 64-bit device itself now. Although Cydia Extender allows users to sign apps on their personal phones indefinitely now, it signs them without the need of a computer too and using 64-bit devices.
Saurik seemed to be genuinely disappointed so my question is why? I thought he was one of the developers