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How to Install Cydia via OpenSSH in iOS Device?

How to Install Cydia via OpenSSH in iOS? Cydia is a package manager mobile app for iOS that enables a user to find and install software packages on jailbroken iPhones, iPads and iPods. It also refers to digital distribution platform for software on iOS accessed through Cydia software. Most of the software packages available through Cydia are free of charge but some require purchasing. Cydia is developed by Jay Freeman (also called “saurik”) and his company, SaurikIT.

OpenSSH (also known as OpenBSD Secure Shell) is a suite of security-related network-level utilities based on the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol, which help to secure network communications via the encryption of network traffic over multiple authentication methods and by providing secure tunneling capabilities. OpenSSH started as a fork of the free SSH program, developed by Tatu Ylönen; later versions of Ylönen’s SSH were proprietary software, offered by SSH Communications Security. OpenSSH was first released as part of the OpenBSD operating system in 1999.

Why you need Cydia?

There various reasons for getting Cydia app. However, I have listed just few major reasons below:

1. Maybe, you has accidentally delete the Cydia app and now you want it back.

2. KeenLab IPA for iOS 11.1 is not come up with Cydia for many devices.

3. You were try to un-jailbreak your iOS device but now you regret the decision.


There is only one requirement for install Cydia app via OpenSSH that OpenSSH app must be available in your iOS device.

How to Install Cydia via OpenSSH in iOS?

1. Open up OpenSSH app.

2. Type the following below command and tap Enter.

apt-get install cydia

3. Type the below command again and tap Enter.

su mobile -c uicache

4. Reboot your iOS device.

The commands may ask for Password. If asked for password then your default password for OpenSSH app is alpine. Or, password that you have set. [More Info]

How to Install Cydia via iFile in iOS?

This is an alternative method to install Cydia via iFile. The requirement for this method is again that iFile app must be available in your iOS device.

1. Open up the following below link in Safari Browser of your iOS device.

Saurik Deb Directory

2. Find the latest deb version of the Cydia app.

3. Click on the deb file and tap on Open in “iFile” option. (Just below address bar at Right Top Corner)

4. Now, iFile will display three options; choose Installer option.

5. Wait for a second whist it installing and then Reboot your iOS device.

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