A few days ago, Saily package manager v2.0 was released by its developers for jailbreakers to try. It is a brand-new package manager and a direct competitor to prominent package managers like Cydia, Sileo, and Zebra. So Saily, as a package manager, basically allows jailbreakers to add jailbreak repos and install tweaks like other package managers. However, Saily is modern, fast, beautiful, and much better than Cydia.
So, its developers do not yet provide an official repo to download it but allow you to download and install it as a deb file and try it out. You can install Saily, even if you already have installed Cydia, Silio, etc. So, this article shows you how to Install Saily on jailbroken iPhone with Filza.
How to Install Saily .deb file
I am assuming you’ve jailbroken your device, and you have already installed Filza.
- Firstly, go to the developer’s GitHub page to download the Saily .deb file for your device.
- Tap on the downloaded Saily .deb file, and click on the icon at the top right corner of the screen.
- Then, tap on More, select Filza, and the Saily .deb file will open in Filza.
- Next, select the .deb file imported to Filza and tap Install at the top right corner.
- Finally, tap the Action button, and tap Respring.
After the respring your iPhone or iPad, you’ll see the Saily package manager icon on your home screen, as depicted in the screenshot below. Significantly, you can have both Saily and Cydia at the same time.
Surprisingly, Saily offers many essential things that other package manager apps do not. It provides new features such as entering to safe mode, rebuilding icons, reload the entire device, or respring the device.
However, even a beta Saily package manager looks nice; it feels snappy even as a beta. So, I’m pretty sure this is going to be a great thing. It is worth noting that the updating repos are very fast. If you go to a specific repo, it shows all the categories specifically, and you can see what you expect.
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So, the above steps show how to Install Saily on jailbroken iPhone with Filza. Do you have an intention to try out the Saily package manager app on your jailbroken device? So, let’s know in the comments section below.