Things have been a bit busy in the last few months. Since the last jailbreak, which was way back for iOS 9.1, Apple has been throwing updates at us to fix all the bugs that have appeared in the latest generation of iOS firmware. Many of these updates will have patched exploits that could have been used for jailbreaks and, sadly, it seems that there is not going to be a public jailbreak in the foreseeable future.
Image : Mojo Installer Sources
We do however have a solution that can help you out in the meantime, especially if you are missing your jailbreak tweaks. It’s called Mojo Installer and it’s an app installer that provides tweaks and apps for non-jailbroken iOS devices. You can find out more information about Mojo Installer [about] in the link and how to install it. When you’ve done that, you will want to start adding repositories to Mojo, like you do in Cydia, so that you can download the tweaks and apps to help modify your device.
Top Repo Sources for Mojo Installer :
The following are the known repositories for Mojo and, shortly, we will tell you how to add them to Mojo. We will also keep this post updated as more become available:
How to Add a Repo Source to Mojo :
Adding a repository into Mojo is pretty much the same as how you add one into Cydia so, once you have downloaded Mojo, follow these steps to add in the above repositories:
- Open Mojo
- Tap on Sources at the bottom of the screen
- Tap on the Plus button at the top of the screen
- In the box that appears, type in one of the URL’s from above. Make sure you type it in exactly as it is written otherwise it won’t work
- Tap on Add and wait for Mojo to add the repository.
- Repeat these steps to add any others that you want to get your favorite Mojo Apps.
Once you have added these repositories to Mojo, you can go in and explore, downloading the tweaks and apps that you want. Although Mojo Installer does not require your device to be jailbroken, the same rules apply as downloading tweaks from Cydia – be careful about how many you download at once and be aware that not all tweaks and apps will be compatible with one another – you could end up having to restore your iOS device to get out of trouble.
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