Cydia Installer 1.1.30-coolstar6-2 Update For iOS 11 Electra Jailbreak Released

CoolStar, the developer behind the release of Electra jailbreak – has pushed out a Cydia upgrade which pushed the installer version to 1.1.30-coolstar62.

It took almost six weeks in making with the last Cydia update released in March 20th with a new naming convention to show that it’s a fork of the original and official Cydia release by Saurik.

This release of the latest Cydia Installer means that jailbroken device owners are able to grab the latest 1.1.30-coolstar6-2 update right now, immediately available to install over the top of the currently installed version.

While the release notes attached to the package reveals nothing more than a huge amount has changed, and no real new feature updates which will increase excitement in the community:

-Packix and Hashbang (Chariz) are now default repos!
If you get errors after updating:
-“If you get duplicate Packages error after updating Cydia, delete Hashbang and Packix repo from Cydia (it will not actually delete; it’ll only remove the duplicate entry)”

First of all, CoolStar has added two new default repositories to the Cydia experience, which means that jailbroken device owners will right away have access to content and packages hosted on the Packix and Hashbang servers. It’s worth noting that CoolStar has initially pushed out a 1.1.30-coolstar6 version with these same changes before quickly issuing a new 1.1.30-coolstar6-2 release to fix an issue with the repository URL of the Packix repo at This looks to now be restored and working as expected.

For the guidelines, CoolStar has also given instructions on the release notes on how to resolve any issues if a user already has the Hashbang of Packrix repos installed on the device through a manual installation. This release follows on from the release of Cydia Installer version 1.1.30-coolstar5 which was pushed out into the public domain on March 20th, 2018.

Finally, this release shows that CoolStar may still somewhat be committed to updating Cydia and getting it into the hands of Electra jailbreak users. It also shows that there’s still no official release from Jey Freeman or associates with iOS 11 support, with this release being the non-official CoolStar fork which has been altered and brought up speed to work hand-in-hand with the Electra jailbreak.

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