Sileo Team releases Sileo Demo v1.4.1 Jailbreak with URL fixes

The Sileo Team introduced an updated version of the Sileo package manager Saturday morning, officially bringing both the Sileo Demo and the jailbreak-centric version of the app up to version 1.4.1. How to JAILBREAK iPhone XS, Xs Max & XR with Chimera Using Computer Get Cydia Directly.

The announcement was share mere hours ago via the Sileo Team’s official Twitter page: Post Source link

Sileo Public Version Latest News Update Log

Sileo 1.3.1 release

Sileo v1.3.1 has arrived. This time bringing “zsh” for package installation.
Here is the tweet from Sileo team.

Sileo 1.3.1 switches to zsh as the default shell for package installations

Sileo 1.3.0 release

Sileo v1.3.0 has arrived.This update mainly focuses on fixing issues.
Read the official tweet of Sileo below.

Sileo 1.3.0 adds support for background downloads, fixes issues with displaying resolved dependencies, and fixed some app crashes

Sileo 1.2.9 release

Sileo version 1.2.9 has been released.This update has came with some UI changes.
This is the official tweet of the Sileo team.

” This update makes the UI faster when refreshing sources or downloading packages, adds the ability to cancel in progress downloads, and includes a full Swift rewrite of the Download Manager. “

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From what we can gather, the latest Sileo update resolves a problem that could occur when users would attempt to open certain URLs in the app. As of version 1.4.1, tapping on links should behave as expected.

Those jailbroken via Chimera or Electra will find this update waiting to be install after refreshing their sources in the Sileo app.

Unfortunately, Sileo still isn’t officially supported on Pwn20wnd’s unc0ver jailbreak despite previous promises for an official fork of the app to be release for other jailbreaks besides those spearhead by CoolStar.

Non-jailbroken device users, in addition to unc0ver users, can install the Sileo Demo instead, and it too has also been update to version 1.4.1.

The Sileo Demo can be side-load onto any compatible iOS device to browse repositories and test features in the Sileo app, but it can’t be used to install or manage jailbreak extensions as the real deal can.

If you’d like to install the Sileo Demo, then you can grab it from this link, provided by the Sileo Team.

Have you download Sileo v1.4.1 yet? If so, did it resolve the URL issues the Sileo Team describ? Let us know in the comments section below.