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Jailbreak is one of the best thing that has ever happened to iOs ecosystem. In case you are not happy with the flexibility iOs has to offer, just Jailbreak your iOs device, head over to Cydia and search for some infamous tweaks. I am sure you’ll end up thinking other way around for iOs. While Cydia is a huge repository for all Jailbreak tweaks and utilities, there are many well known tweaks not available on Cydia for one or the other reason. Landed upon one such tweak? Eagerly want to install deb files on iPhone, iPad or iPod? No worries, developers provide links to downloadable .deb files and we’ll let you know how to install them.

We are in no way promoting the installation of cracked Cydia tweaks. Developers put lot of efforts, time and money in creating life changing tweaks for us, spending one or two dollar will only encourage them to build more such tweaks for us. Even if you are going to install cracked Cydia tweaks with the help of this guide, it’s my request to purchase it as soon as you are satisfied with the features.

In order to install deb files on iPhone, iPad or iPod, I am sharing couple of methods with you. Use any of them and easily install Jailbreak tweaks on your iPhone without Cydia.

See Also : Easiest Way To Transfer Music To iPhone Without iTunes

Method 1 : Install deb Files On iPhone Using iFile :

Step 1 : Head over to Cydia and search for iFile in search tab. iFile is an amazing iOs file manager to access the root directories of your iPhone, iPad or iPod. Install it and Confirm the installation.

Step 2 : Now search for the .deb file you want to install and tap on Open in “iFile”.

How To Install deb Files On iPhone, iPad or iPod

Step 3 : Next, from the prompt window, select Installer and let iFile install the .deb file for you.

How To Install deb Files On iPhone, iPad or iPod

Step 4 : Respring the iDevice and you are done. This is how you can easily install .deb files using iFile.

Method 2 : Install deb Files On iPhone Using iFunbox :

iFunbox is a free to use file manager just like iFile. The real difference between the two is, former will reside on your desktop pc and latter being on your iOs device.

See Also : How To Use Your iPhone As a Flash Drive Without iTunes

Step 1 : Download and install iFunbox on your respective desktop operating system. [Windows | Mac]

Step 2 : Pick up your iPhone and launch Cydia. Search for the tweak named Apple File Conduit “2” and install it. Why we are installing it? If you’ll use iFunbox without installing this tweak on your iPhone, you’ll have no access to certain folders required for iPhone deb Files Installation.

Step 2 : Once installation phase is done, connect your iPhone to PC via lightning cable and launch iFunbox.

Step 3 : In iFunbox window, from left side pane, select Raw File System -> Var -> Root -> Media (An empty folder).

Step 4 : In this empty folder i.e. Media, create another empty folder named Cydia by clicking the New Folder Icon.

How To Install deb Files On iPhone, iPad or iPod

Step 5 : Now open Cydia folder, which is obviously empty, and create another folder named AutoInstall.

How To Install deb Files On iPhone, iPad or iPod

Step 6 : Finally open AutoInstall folder -> tap on Copy From Mac -> Locate the .deb file and place it in this folder. Tap on Refresh once done.

How To Install deb Files On iPhone, iPad or iPod

Step 7 : Quit iFunbox and restart your iPhone. I repeat, Restart it, don’t Respring.

That’s it, your recently installed tweak is ready to use on your iOs device. This is how you can easily install deb files using iFunbox.

See Also : How To Transfer Music From iPhone To Computer Free

Both the methods are quite effective and can easily install Jailbreak tweaks on your iPhone without Cydia. Though I find iFile method quite easy and you can easily install deb file on iPhone without computer. It’s upto you which one you use.

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