Cydia 1.1.34 Will Fix Crashes On iOS 13.5 Jailbreak

Cydia 1.1.34 will fix crashes on iOS 13.5 jailbreak on devices with hardware keyboard. Here are the details on this.

Sometimes it’s just impossible to fix every bug before software ships because it’s something you’re unlikely to run into.

That’s probably the case with the latest bug to be squashed in a new Cydia update – one that caused a crash when used on an iOS 13.5 device that also has a hardware keyboard attached. That particular bug has now been fixed as of Cydia v1.1.34 and you can get the updated version now.

The bug itself affected both iPhones and iPads running the latest jailbreakable iOS 13.5 whenever they had a hardware keyboard attached. It likely impacted iPad users the most, but we’re sure there are at least some people using an iPhone with a hardware keyboard.

Users should update Cydia to the newest version at their earliest convenience. Doing so is super easy, just open Cydia on your jailbroken device. Cydia should automatically refresh and note the new update. You can run the update right from the resulting menu.

We’d suggest updating to the latest version of Cydia even if you aren’t using a hardware keyboard and running into this particular bug.

For starters, Cydia will just keep badgering you to update it until you relent anyway. But there are usually other bug fixes under the hood as well and they’re likely worth having. Even if you aren’t afflicted by the strange keyboard bug on your particular iPhone or iPad.

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If you have accidentally updated to iOS 13.5.1, you can still downgrade as Apple is still signing iOS 13.5 as of publishing of this post. Follow the instructions on how to downgrade form iOS 13.5.1 and then jailbreak on iOS 13.5 using instructions shown in the video below:

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