Saurik has finally released an update for the Cydia Substrate to version 0.9.6200 to cater for the new jailbreak kids in the block. If you are running the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, the Cydia Substrate upgrade is a must-have.
The substrate is the backbone to all the jailbreak tweaks you install in your device. Everything relies on this to work smoothly. The substrate also offers some protection to some faulty jailbreak tweaks hence offering you some room for error when trying out new things. It’s just but sensible to have the latest substrate in place before moving on to the iOs 9.3.3 jailbreak.
What is in the Cydia Substrate Upgrade?
The upgrade gives you the basic support for new features introduced in the iOS 9.2-9.3.3. Other notable upgrades will include the solution to a storage problem that is prevalent with the current jailbreak. Saurik was keen to mention that the Cydia Substrate upgrade will not cure the problem but will just mitigate it by giving you the power to choose where you store every tweak you install hence some means to manage how fast you fill up your memory.
The other notable upgrade is the support for a No Substrate Mode. This will only work on iOs 9.2-9.3.3 and will prevent the common bug-out that occurs when you install a faulty tweak. This mode will allow you to boot without activating any tweaks hence giving you the power to calmly remove the faulty one.
To activate this mode, you will have to press and hold volume up when using the Pangu Jailbreak app. This activation change seems to accommodate the semi-untethered jailbreak that is in every way different from what most of us have been using before.
Install the Cydia Substrate upgrade now if you have already implemented the Pangu jailbreak. This will help you enjoy a more stable jailbreak environment whilst giving you a way to