Developer Angelxwind released formally AppSync Unified 6.1 supported with full iOS 11, providing compatibility to jailbroken devices using Electra jailbreak’s Final version. A few weeks later the developer initially hinted that an iOS 11 compatibility release is coming. The release is now available. The extensive, high-performance package, once known as AppSync, has become a basic setup on jailbroken devices by developers looking to install unsigned IPAs for their testing devices.
This tweak has been developed to help developers who are not logged into the official developer program and therefore have no official means of signing their apps to install in physical devices. This tweak was designed to facilitate development and make it easier. These developers would either pay an annual fee to Apple or test their apps for the iOS Simulator provided as part of Xcode installation without AppSync Unified.
AppSync Unified may not be a staple installation for some jailbroken users, because it does not give any Entertainment Value or improve the functionality of iOS. It is actually installing the patch as part of Package Kit which is a daemon that monitors and therefore monitors the validity of such applications by installing apps from the App Store. The combination of this experience with AppSync forces iOS primarily to allow non-official or unsigned applications to be installed.
AppSync has been a wonderful addition since iOS 3.1 days, and AppSync Unified is now doing so on iOS 11 thanks to this update, but also supporting iOS 5 as well as providing support with full arm64. Of course, if you’ve ever installed or read about AppSync Unified, you will likely have read that it was not designed to make piracy of any kind. The tweak itself has a very good person and should be installed and used to create the best possible experiences with Apple’s constraints. The tweak itself is extremely valid.
- A 64-bit Apple device
- Electra jailbreak (RC1.0 or above)
- Internet connection
How to install AppSync Unified 6.1 on iPhone X and below
- Step 1. Download the RC1 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and install it. Wait until Cydia has been installed.
- Step 2.Once Cydia appears in your screen, start it.
- Step 3. Tap Edit to navigate to the Sources tab.
- Step 4. Tap Add to pop-up and enter the URL below. Tap Add source step 5 to add Karen’s source to your device. https:/cydia.angelxwind.net/
- Step 5. The source section now appears.
- Step 6. Go to the “AppSync unified” search tab. Install a package from the results below the AppSync Unified.
- Step 7. Wait for the installation to be completed by Cydia. Tap the Reset Springboard option after the installation has been completed.
If, for any reason, the Unified AppSync package cannot be installed, delete from Cydia all piracy repositories like Sinful iPhone. The legitimate version won’t work on your device for those of you who have installed the Cydia from a cracked repository.