The Electra Team pushed another update for the iOS 11-Electra jailbreak tool. The latest update, dubbed version 1.3.2, bundles both the Cydia and Sileo package managers right out of the box, a move toward gradually weaning Electra users away from Cydia as Sileo transitions into its final beta preview stages.
The Electra Team shared the news via Twitter just this afternoon, elucidating the Cydia/Sileo situation in further detail:
The Tweet links to the Electra Team’s official website, which displays the following changelog for Electra version 1.3.2:
– Now ships with both Cydia and Sileo installed by default. (Cydia will eventually no longer be ship by default, but will always be instalL)Cydia will eventually
From what we can gather, both Cydia and Sileo will be install after running this new version of Electra. But future versions of the tool could eventually nix Cydia entirely. Regardless, the Electra Team confirms that jailbreaks will always be able to install Cydia manually if they wish.
Sileo 1.3.2 is currently on its second beta preview stage.
A third beta preview is expect soon that’s suppose to let the BigBoss repository serve users. With a single ad for revenue purposes. The second beta preview blocks the BigBoss repository’s ads. And it remains seen if one ad will be enough to keep the BigBoss repository afloat.
It remains seen if users will need to install Cydia manually or if the Electra jailbreak tool.
Will provide users with the option to install it at the time of jailbreak. Obviously the latter would be prefer.
If you’re using an earlier version of the Electra jailbreak on your iOS 11 handset, then you should download and run version 1.3.2 so you have all the latest enhancements at your disposal. You can download Electra 1.3.1 from the Electra Team’s official website.