Last week we had published the full tutorial and guide to Tethered Jailbreak iOS 6 beta with Redsn0w for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod 4G Touch A4 devices with the limited access and integration of SSH and afc2 support only on iOS devices and it doesn’t included the integration of any GUI tools like Cydia and others jailbroken apps, but luckily now iOS 6 beta firmware device users can Install Cydia on Apple iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod 4G Touch with easy integration steps and procedure. Yes you have heard it correct it’s now possible to Install Cydia on iOS 6 beta running devices including iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod 4G Touch. Installation of Cydia on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch requires Jailbroken iOS 6 Firmware so if you haven’t Jailbreak your iOS 6 beta firmware, you will need to do it before the installation of Cydia. Click here and follow the steps and procedure to Jailbreak iOS 6 beta firmware on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch device, which helps you to easily install Cydia on iOS 6 beta firmware.
A very well-known iOS developer and hacker named «WyndWarrior» also known as «Andrew Liu» has discovered the installation of the recompiled version of the Cydia on your iPhones, iPad and iPods running on the iOS 6 Beta. Now let’s start the Tutorial and Guidelines to Install Cydia on Jailbroken iOS 6 beta Firmware for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod 4G Touch and other A4 Chipset Devices. Just follow the following simple steps and guidelines to Install Cydia on Jailbroken iOS 6 beta Firmware for iPhone, iPad and iPod.
Supportive devices for the Installation of Cydia on iOS 6 beta Firmware:
- Apple iPhone 4S
- Apple iPhone 4
- Apple iPhone 3GS
- Apple iPod 4G Touch
- Apple iPad 2
- Apple The New iPad 3
Download Requirements for the Installation of Cydia on iOS 6 beta Firmware:
- Jailbroken iOS 6 beta Device (Get Tutorial and Guide Here)
- SSH client for Windows (Putty or iFunbox)
- SSH client for Mac (Coda or iFunbox)
- Wi-Fi Network to connect your iDevice with PC
How to Install Cydia on Jailbroken iOS 6 beta Firmware for iPhone, iPad and iPod?
Download the tool package provided above and then follow the following simple steps to Install Cydia on Jailbroken iOS 6 beta Firmware for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod 4G Touch and other A4 Chipset Devices.
Step 1: While running the iOS 6 Beta 1 firmware, the first thing you need to do is to jailbreak your iDevice. Use RedSn0w 0.9.13dev1 for jail breaking your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. (Guide and Tutorial provided in above link)
Step 2: Now you need an SSH client for your Mac OS X or Windows computer and connect that to your device. A few examples of the SSH client that can be used are Coda for Mac OS X and Putty for Windows. A SSH client that is cross compatible and runs on both Mac Devices and Windows OS is Cyberduck:
SSH username to be used – “root”
SSH password to be used – “alpine”
Server will be the IP address of your device, which can be located by going to Settings- Wi-Fi- Connected Network name- IP Address.
Step 3: After connecting your device with the help of the SSH client, copy and paste the following through SSH command line:
get -q -O /tmp/cyinstall.sh http://wyndrepo.googlecode.com/files/cyinstall.sh && chmod 755 /tmp/cyinstall.sh && /tmp/cyinstall
Step 4: Once the above command is carried out, the installation of Cydia should begin on your device and the Cydia icon should appear on the SpringBoard or the Home screen. If due to some reason that doesn’t happen, one needs to reboot and get it boot tethered using Redsn0w 0.9.13dev1.
Step 5: Now tap the Cydia icon appearing on the springboard and wait until it finishes preparing the file system. That’s it then; you have successfully installed Cydia on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad running the iOS 6 Beta 1 firmware. Congratulations!! You have successfully Installed Cydia on Jailbroken iOS 6 beta firmware running on your iPhone, iPad and iPod device.
Video Tutorial to Install Cydia on Jailbroken iOS 6 beta Firmware for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod 4G Touch and other A4 Chipset Devices:
Note: iOS 6 beta device users need to know that even though you have successfully Cydia installed on your idevice running iOS 6 beta firmware, a majority of Cydia tweaks will not work. This is because they need to be updated for iOS 6 compatibility. So Install and Proceed at your own risk and if you face any problem, let me know in the comments box below.