Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X Jailbreak' started by bobby681, Jul 26, 2008.
When Installer is released, will you continue using Cydia, or switch?
i will try to use both if i can so i can have on my dock instaler, cydia, itunes store, and app store and if i cant i will just use installer because im used to using that from 1.1.4
I will try installer, and if it's better I will use it more. I'm fine with Cydia though
I like installer more, plus the 4.0 version thats coming out is gonna be good. Cydia is way to buggy..
On 2.0 i will defianately switch from Cydia to Installer.
Installer 4 is going to launch with more apps, better apps, and more stable apps compared to Cydia.
I prefer Installer, the GUI is imo better then cydia's. And the latest screenshots look very impressive.
Who says you can't use both?
I'll probably create my own slimmed down Cydia bundle, so it doesn't clutter my filesystem, then also add Installer.
I love the RiPDev guys, they are great.
Where did you hear this? Or are you just talking out of your ass?
Cydia and Installer do the same things, Install packages. They just do it with different GUI's basically. That's it. If you install something with cydia, and the exact same package is on installer, and you think the installer one is better it's not.
Also stable apps? So far as long as you set correct permissions (I found chown root:admin any app gives it full permissions. I did it to NES and I've had it running background for a couple of hours now, no problems.
Also Cydia will work with Installer. It did on 1.1.4 and it will on 2.0.
There will be no reason to uninstall cydia, if you don't like it just poof it because it will be way more effort to manually uninstall cydia.
People are just so ignorant. I don't understand why everyone bashes Cydia, because before on 1.1.4 Cydia always installed packages that worked while Installer was a piece of sh*t that often had me manually setting permissions and such to get programs to work.
I said yes, but im pretty sure im going to keep both.
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