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[Workaround inside] Sileo for checkra1n jailbreak (iOS 13) released, but Cydia sacrificed

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Jan
21

It’s true, jailbreaking is a complex procedure! You have to find a compatible tool (because there’s no universal one), go through a series of geeky steps, and if something goes wrong, you will never have warranty claims to make it right.

Speaking of jailbreak tools, checkra1n has risen to popularity ever since its release as the only option for iOS 13 right now. However, A12/A13 support is yet to come to the platform and we did share another glimmer of hope earlier.

checkra1n vulnerability

checkra1n

Once you jailbreak your iDevice, you need a package manager to install the tweaks. In layman’s terms, it works as your app store, using which you can enhance the usability and features. The most popular in this regard is Cydia.

But there’re Zebra, Sileo, Installer, etc. too. A couple of days ago, developers announced Sileo’s arrival to iOS 13 devices. Although they hinted the release of a possible standalone installer, it did come out as a checkra1n bundle.

checkra1n sileo release

Source

Oops! Yeah, if you want to keep Sileo as a backup option with Cydia as your primary package manager, you can’t do that on iOS 13 right now. As the official tweet indicates above, during the installation, you will have to sacrifice Cydia.

Apparently, users are not happy with this move. On top of that, we could spot many (1, 2) complaining about the bugs Sileo for iOS 13 brought up. Have a look at one we found under the official tweet.

sileo for checkra1n ios 13 bug

Source

It’s clear that no one will remove Cydia for another buggy package manager. In case you want to try Sileo to know whether or not it’s working on your device without taking the removal route, you can have a look at a possible workaround given below.

sileo cydia ios 13

Source

What if you just want to eliminate the bugging Sileo forever and bring Cydia back? For that, you will have to follow a few steps that involves downloading a file as well.

1. Download Filza manger if you don’t had one.
2. Go to this link
3. Open Filza manager
4. Then go back to document
5.Click removesileo.sh
6.Let it running and give it about 3 min or less
7. After Cydia shows with Sileo gone, open Cydia
8. If you encounter an error, go to /etc/apt/sources.list.d remove the – sileo source
9.After that you should be good to go. No problem
10.lastly you need remove sileo prep to get apt.bingner to get work.
(Source)

So yeah, using Cydia and Sileo together isn’t officially possible right now. And, we don’t think it’s going to change soon. You will have to either rely on the workarounds or overlook Sileo altogether.

Note:- Have a look at our iOS section for similar stories.

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Nyeem Young stars with bat and ball as West Indies thump England

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Jan
20

West Indies U-19s 267 for 7 (Anderson 86*, Young 66, Goldsworthy 2-28, Qadri 2-46) beat England U-19s 184 for 9 (Clark 38, Young 5-45, Nedd 2-35) by 71 runs (DLS method)
Scorecard

For the second game in a row, allrounder Nyeem Young led the way as West Indies defeated a higher-seeded team at the Under-19 World Cup. After his half-century against Australia downed the 2018 runners-up on Saturday, Young returned on Tuesday to smash a 41-ball 66 and then take five wickets to defeat England and virtually confirm his team’s spot in the quarterfinal.

Young walked in at 138 for 5 after England had sent West Indies in, and joined No. 3 Kevlon Anderson in a 101-run partnership for the sixth wicket, off just 76 balls. Anderson remained not out on 86 off 105 balls as West Indies closed at 267 for 7.

Young smashed five fours and four sixes, including one that broke the glass window of the media centre, while Anderson hit three sixes and six fours. Before their partnership, offspinner Hamidullah Qadri and legspinner Lewis Goldsworthy had kept West Indies’ run-rate in check with regular wickets.

England’s chase began positively, the openers putting on 53 before wicketkeeper-batsman Jordan Cox succumbed to the temptation of playing the reverse sweep, gloving the shot to first slip in the 14th over. His partner Ben Charlesworth was dismissed soon after for 36.

A third-wicket stand of 51 between Tom Clark and Jack Haynes kept England in the chase, but they stumbled following Clark’s departure, as Young’s short-pitched deliveries sent back Dan Mousley and Haynes in the 33rd over. A passing shower paused the game for around thirty minutes, with England 40 runs behind the DLS par, and when play resumed, Young struck again, dismissing Joey Evison and Goldsworthy for single-digit scores, and then having England captain George Balderson caught at long-on to complete his five-for.

At that stage, England needed 117 from 71 balls, with just two wickets in hand. With lightning in the background, the game was halted once more in the 44th over, by which time England had lost their ninth wicket, and were 71 runs behind the DLS par. Play never resumed, and West Indies wrapped up a comprehensive win.

Apart from Young’s five-for, the left-arm spinner Ashmead Nedd picked up 2 for 35. Jayden Seales, who took a four-wicket haul against Australia, went wicketless but conceded just 21 runs in his ten overs.

England’s next game against Australia is now a virtual pre-quarterfinal, while West Indies are favourites to top Group B, left to play only Nigeria later this week.

Australia Under-19 62 for 0 (Fanning 30*) beat Nigeria Under-19 61 (Olaleye 21*, Sangha 5-14, Simpson 3-11) by ten wickets
Scorecard

Scorecard

Nigeria’s first ever match at a World Cup was one to forget, as they were bowled out for 61 before going down by ten wickets against Australia in Kimberley in what was a rude awakening for the newcomers to the fold.

Their top scorer, opener Olayinka Olaleye, made 21 runs in 53 balls, surviving nearly 20 overs against some hostile pace bowling led by Bradley Simpson, but was eventually dismissed by legspinner Tanveer Sangha. Sangha, who had taken 4 for 30 against West Indies on Saturday, cleaned up the Nigerian tail thereafter to finish with 5 for 14 and get to the top of the wicket-takers’ chart for the tournament.

Australia then chased the target down in 7.4 overs with openers Sam Fanning and Jake Fraser-McGurk hitting eight fours to complete a dominant performance.

The game was one of two being played in Kimberley on the day and had very few fans in attendance. Most of those present cheered for Nigeria, and their first four of the World Cup, struck by Olayele through third man, elicited massive roars from the stands. In all, they struck six fours in an innings that lasted 35.4 overs, two of them coming from Olayele, the only one to reach double figures.

Sangha was impressive, bowling stump to stump instead of looking to turn the ball like in the game against West Indies. His sliders had two batsmen out bowled trying to cut, while wicketkeeper Patrick Rowe assisted with a catch and a stumping for two more wickets. The only time a Nigeria batsman looked to attack Sangha was when Olaleye gave him the charge, but he was caught at first slip by captain Mackenzie Harvey.

The early breakthroughs, however, had come from Simpson, who came into the Australia side in place of Matthew Willans, who is down with a groin injury. Simpson’s double-strike with the new ball had reduced Nigeria to 10 for 3, and his third scalp ended the innings in the 36th over.

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‘Parasite’ scores historic upset at SAG awards, boosting Oscar chances

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Jan
20

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – South Korean thriller “Parasite” was the upset winner at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards on Sunday, while Joaquin Phoenix and Renee Zellweger were named best actors, cementing their roles as frontrunners at the Oscars next month.

“Parasite,” the Korean language social satire about the wealth gap in South Korea, was the first film in a foreign language to win the top prize of best cast ensemble in the 26 year-history of the SAG awards.

Despite an unknown cast, it beat homegrown Hollywood movies “The Irishman” and “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood” which both have A-list stars.

The SAG awards, which focus entirely on performances, are closely watched as an indicator of Oscar success because actors form the largest voting group in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

“Parasite” director Bong Joon Ho said backstage that no-one could predict what might happen at the Oscars on Feb. 9

Speaking through an interpreter he added; “It is true that the momentum is building and we are a part of the awards race and campaign. But what happened today, what’s truly important, is that these actors were acknowledged by fellow peers as the best ensemble cast of this year.”

Phoenix’s terrifying performance as a loner who finds fame through violence in “Joker” has swept awards season.

“I am standing on the shoulders of my favorite actor – Heath Ledger,” Phoenix said on Sunday, referring to the actor who won a posthumous Oscar in 2009 for his turn playing the comic book villain.

Zellweger, likewise, has picked up most of the prizes so far for her performance as a desperate, aging Judy Garland in biopic “Judy.”

Brad Pitt picked up another trophy for his supporting role as a charming stunt man in “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood,” while Laura Dern was named best supporting actress for playing a ruthless divorce lawyer in Netflix domestic drama “Marriage Story.”

“It was a difficult part,” quipped Pitt of his role. “A guy who gets high, takes his shirt off and doesn’t get on with his wife. It was a big stretch,” he said to laughter, riffing on his own life as a twice-divorced Hollywood heartthrob.

DISAPPOINTING NIGHT FOR ‘IRISHMAN’

Sexual harassment drama “Bombshell” went into Sunday’s awards with a leading four nods but emerged empty-handed.

Martin Scorsese’s $170 million Netflix gangster movie “The Irishman” had another disappointing night, despite a cast that includes Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci.

Several of the contenders for best picture at the Oscars on Feb. 9 were not nominated for best movie cast ensemble at SAG.

Those left out include immersive World War One film “1917,” the big winner at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday, as well as “Joker,” “Marriage Story,” and novel adaptation “Little Women.”

De Niro, whose lead performance in “The Irishman” has been snubbed by the Oscars, Golden Globes and SAG, was given a lifetime achievement award at the SAG dinner and used his speech to take a veiled shot at U.S. President Donald Trump.

In television, Jennifer Aniston was an upset winner for her role as a TV anchor in “The Morning Show,” bringing the second award this year for the new Apple TV+ streaming service. Her co-star Billy Crudup won a Critics Choice award last week.

Comedy “The Marvelous Mrs Maisel” and British royal drama “The Crown” took the prizes for their TV ensemble casts. But “Mrs Maisel” actress Alex Borstein said the comedy prize should have gone to quirky British comedy “Fleabag.”

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Moments earlier, “Fleabag” creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge accepted the best television comedy actress statuette, capping a year of multiple awards for her and the show.

“This whole thing has been a dream and if I wake up tomorrow and find it’s been just that, thank you. It’s been the most beautiful dream,” Waller-Bridge said.

Additional reporting by Steve Gorman; Editing by Marguerita Choy, Nick Zieminski and Simon Cameron-Moore

SRK to collaborate with KJo for his next?

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Jan
20

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[Workaround inside] Sileo for checkra1n jailbreak (iOS 13) released, but Cydia sacrificed

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Jan
20

It’s true, jailbreaking is a complex procedure! You have to find a compatible tool (because there’s no universal one), go through a series of geeky steps, and if something goes wrong, you will never have warranty claims to make it right.

Speaking of jailbreak tools, checkra1n has risen to popularity ever since its release as the only option for iOS 13 right now. However, A12/A13 support is yet to come to the platform and we did share another glimmer of hope earlier.

checkra1n vulnerability

checkra1n

Once you jailbreak your iDevice, you need a package manager to install the tweaks. In layman’s terms, it works as your app store, using which you can enhance the usability and features. The most popular in this regard is Cydia.

But there’re Zebra, Sileo, Installer, etc. too. A couple of days ago, developers announced Sileo’s arrival to iOS 13 devices. Although they hinted the release of a possible standalone installer, it did come out as a checkra1n bundle.

checkra1n sileo release

Source

Oops! Yeah, if you want to keep Sileo as a backup option with Cydia as your primary package manager, you can’t do that on iOS 13 right now. As the official tweet indicates above, during the installation, you will have to sacrifice Cydia.

Apparently, users are not happy with this move. On top of that, we could spot many (1, 2) complaining about the bugs Sileo for iOS 13 brought up. Have a look at one we found under the official tweet.

sileo for checkra1n ios 13 bug

Source

It’s clear that no one will remove Cydia for another buggy package manager. In case you want to try Sileo to know whether or not it’s working on your device without taking the removal route, you can have a look at a possible workaround given below.

sileo cydia ios 13

Source

What if you just want to eliminate the bugging Sileo forever and bring Cydia back? For that, you will have to follow a few steps that involves downloading a file as well.

1. Download Filza manger if you don’t had one.
2. Go to this link
3. Open Filza manager
4. Then go back to document
5.Click removesileo.sh
6.Let it running and give it about 3 min or less
7. After Cydia shows with Sileo gone, open Cydia
8. If you encounter an error, go to /etc/apt/sources.list.d remove the – sileo source
9.After that you should be good to go. No problem
10.lastly you need remove sileo prep to get apt.bingner to get work.
(Source)

So yeah, using Cydia and Sileo together isn’t officially possible right now. And, we don’t think it’s going to change soon. You will have to either rely on the workarounds or overlook Sileo altogether.

Note:- Have a look at our iOS section for similar stories.

PiunikaWeb started as purely an investigative tech journalism website with main focus on ‘breaking’ or ‘exclusive’ news. In no time, our stories got picked up by the likes of Forbes, Foxnews, Gizmodo, TechCrunch, Engadget, The Verge, Macrumors, and many others. Want to know more about us? Head here.

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England surge towards victory on Joe Root four-wicket haul

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Jan
19

South Africa 209 (de Kock 63, Bess 5-51) and 102 for 6 (Root 4-20) trail England 499 for 9 dec by 188 runs

England went to South Africa barely sure of their first-choice spinner, but it was spin that took them to the brink of victory inside four days in Port Elizabeth. A morning blitz from the quicks saw South Africa made to follow on, and although Dom Bess was successfully repelled after his first-innings five-for, Joe Root took up the baton with a twirl to claim his best Test figures as England closed in.

The majority of the resistance met by England came in the form of the weather. With more than 50 overs lost to rain over the course of the match so far, and the possibility of more on Monday, South Africa’s task in attempting to save the game ought to have been that much simpler. But only Quinton de Kock and Anrich Nortje, in the first innings, and Faf du Plessis second time around managed to occupy the crease for any significant length of time as England’s varied attack repeatedly found ways to succeed.

There have been clouds of the metaphorical variety hanging over du Plessis’ captaincy, and although 36 from 123 balls represented his highest score in nine innings, as well as featuring some trademark stonewalling, it could not inspire a more concerted response. His dismissal to Root, deflecting an inside edge to short leg, was symbolic of the turnaround in fortunes since South Africa won their first Test in six attempts at Centurion.

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China says 17 new cases in virus outbreak, Wuhan to restrict large gatherings

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Jan
19

BEIJING (Reuters) – China said on Sunday that 17 more people had become infected with a new coronavirus strain, fanning fears it will spread further as hundreds of millions of people travel to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year.

Three of those patients are seriously ill, according to a statement issued by the health commission in the central city of Wuhan, where all 62 of the cases in China have occurred.

Two people have died. Two cases have also been reported in Thailand and one in Japan – each involving people who travelled from Wuhan.

Wuhan officials have been providing updates on new cases almost daily since Jan. 11, and 17 is the highest number reported since then.

The World Health Organization said in a tweet on Sunday that some of the new cases appear not to be linked to the Huanan seafood market, believed to the centre of the outbreak. Due to due to China’s efforts to implement broader screening, new cases may be identified in the coming days and weeks, it added.

“The fact that three cases have been exported to Thailand and Japan without connection to the Huanan Seafood Market suggests that the virus has spread beyond the Huanan Seafood Market into the community,” said David Hui, a professor of respiratory medicine at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Chinese health authorities did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Wuhan will strengthen oversight of large-scale events and reduce the number of activities that involve public gatherings, state media quoted Chen Yanxin, the city’s deputy mayor as saying on Sunday.

Wuhan officials said that since Jan. 14 they are using infrared thermometers at airports, railway stations and other passenger terminals in the city to strengthen screening.

Airport authorities in the United States as well as most Asian nations are also screening passengers from Wuhan.

The new virus is from the same large family of coronaviruses that includes Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), which killed nearly 800 people globally during a 2002/03 outbreak that also started in China.

Although experts say the new virus does not appear to be as lethal as SARS, there is little known about its origins and how easily it can spread.

A report published by the London Imperial College’s MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis on Friday said there are likely to be “substantially more cases”. It estimated that by Jan. 12 there were 1,723 cases in Wuhan City with onset of related symptoms.

The 17 new patients began exhibiting symptoms such as a fever or cough before Jan. 13, the statement in Wuhan said.

News about the outbreak was trending on Weibo, a microblogging platform in China, on Sunday morning. Weibo regularly filters content that is deemed sensitive.

There has been some local-level censorship however. Two individuals told Reuters they were ordered by police to remove social media posts.

Many on social media shared the news and called on others to be careful, as travel is increasing during the one-week New Year holidays that begin on Friday.

“We’re about to celebrate the New Year, hope everyone is safe. Don’t go to places where there’s a lot of people,” said one user.

Reporting by Sophie Yu and Huizhong Wu; Editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan and Edwina Gibbs

Pics: Deepika arrives in style at the airport

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Jan
19

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Cydia Substrate Adds iOS 13 Support, Also Fixes Major Resource Leak

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Jan
19

If you’re a fan of Jailbreak and have a dedicated device for the purpose, we have good news. That’s right, Saurik has updated Cydia to support iOS 13. In addition to this, the update also fixes a “serious resource leak that would eventually cause Substrate to lock up and break.” If you have been waiting for the update to hit your jailbroken smartphones, be sure to update Cydia as soon as you can. Let’s dive in to see some more details on the subject and what can you expect from the update.

Cydia Substrate Updated With Support for iOS 13, Major Resource Leak Also Fixed

The latest update carries the build 0.9.7100. If you’re unfamiliar, Cydia Substrate is a tool used to inject tweaks in Unc0ver as well as Checkra1n jailbreak. The latter tool is used to jailbreak iOS 13 to iOS 13.3 which is supported by devices ranging from iPhone 5s to iPhone X. Henceforth, the support is now expanding so users can derive further utility from the mix.

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If you have a jailbroken iPhone or iPad model that is running iOS 13 to iOS 13.3, you will see an update for Cydia Substrate. This is all thanks to the fixed resource leak. What’s more, is that if you’re facing issues pertaining to jailbreak tweaks hours after restarting your phone, the update will fix the issue. Here’s how Sam Bingner, co-developer of UnC0ver and Checkra1n explains it.

Saurik has updated mobilesubstrate to fix the issue where it would stop hooking after an indeterminate period. It was found to be due to a mach port name leak that would cause it to no longer be able to modify processes after spawning somewhere around 50,000 processes. I’ve tested it with a few hundred thousand processes and it’s been clean. The version number is now non-beta as the known issues of stability and cynject have been fixed. The update is on elucubratus if you’re using a non-A12 device.

If you’re up for it, the update will appear when you open the Cydia app. Refresh the sources if it doesn’t in order for the update to appear. If you have not jailbroken your iPhone or iPad running iOS 13 to iOS 13.3,  you can follow our detailed guide here.

There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more. We will keep you guys updated on the latest. That’s all for now, share your views on the Cydia update? Share your views with us in the comments.

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Dom Bess five-for fires England before Quinton de Kock defiance

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Jan
18

South Africa 208 for 6 (de Kock 63*, Philander 27*) trail England 499 for 9 dec by 291 runs

Dom Bess became the latest of England’s young bloods to leave his mark on South Africa but the old foe of bad weather, coupled with some much-needed defiance from the home batsmen (plus a few dropped catches), prevented the tourists from maximising their advantage on day three in Port Elizabeth.

With Bess producing his most impressive display in an England shirt to secure a maiden Test five-for, the threat of the follow-on loomed large for South Africa. But they were able to recover from a position of 109 for 5 thanks to Quinton de Kock‘s third half-century of the series, as well as 136 balls of dogged resistance from the nightwatchman, Anrich Nortje.

De Kock was unbeaten on 63 at the close, having put on partnerships of 45 with Nortje and an unbroken 54 with Vernon Philander. He might have been dismissed three times by spin but on each occasion Ben Stokes was unable to hold on to sharp chances at slip – and with another 26 overs lost due to rain, England’s prospects of capturing a series lead before the teams move on to Johannesburg looked to have taken a hit.

South Africa’s captain, Faf du Plessis, pronounced before the third Test that his team had made “huge steps in the right direction” against England, following a run of five consecutive defeats. While du Plessis could not extricate himself from his own run of bad form, falling to Bess for the second time in as many innings, the bloody-minded efforts of de Kock and, in particular, Nortje, gave his side something to rally around.

Although there was no doubting England were on top, they seemed likely to find themselves in a battle against time, the elements and an unforgiving pitch – with de Kock’s rearguard blocking their path to enforcing the follow-on, and 92 runs still needed for South Africa to take the decision out of Joe Root’s hands.

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Four South Korean trekkers among seven missing in Nepal avalanche

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Jan
18

KATHMANDU (Reuters) – Seven trekkers, including four South Koreans, went missing in Nepal’s northwest Himalayan region after an avalanche hit their trail, local police and hiking officials said on Saturday.

The area where the avalanche struck the group, which also included three local guides, is estimated to be about 150 km (93.21 miles) northwest of Nepali capital Kathmandu, according to the officials. The avalanche was triggered by heavy rain and snowfall, they said.

“Four of our Korean clients, who were trekking in the Annapurna region are not in contact and are missing since an avalanche struck them on Friday,” Sandesh Pandey, who runs the tour company which organised the hike, told Reuters.

Mount Annapurna, in northwest Nepal, is the world’s tenth highest mountain at 8,091 metres (26,545 feet) and its base camp is popular with thousands of trekkers who visit annually.

The three Nepali guides are also not reachable, said Mira Acharya, a tourism department official in Kathmandu.

Four helicopters have been deployed for the search and rescue mission with police and local volunteers also looking for the trekkers, Acharya said, adding, however, that rough weather conditions were making the operation difficult.

The incident comes as the annual trekking season in Nepal, home to eight of the world’s 14 highest mountain peaks including Mount Everest, is drawing to a close.

It could potentially dampen the mood for the Himalayan nation’s tourism industry, yet to recover from a devastating earthquake which killed nearly 9,000 people in 2015 including 18 climbers and their guides at the base camp of Mount Everest.

Cash-strapped Nepal earns 4% of GDP through income from tourists.

About 8% of the nearly 1.1 million tourists who visited the country in 2019 went hiking or mountain climbing, according to official estimates.

Separately, four rescue helicopters on Saturday evacuated nearly 200 trekkers in the Annapurna region – about 140 of them foreigners – to safer locations, police said. Their nationalities are not yet known.

Reporting by Gopal Sharma; Editing by Sankalp Phartiyal and Muralikumar Anantharaman

Cydia Substrate Adds iOS 13 Support, Also Fixes Major Resource Leak

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Jan
18

If you’re a fan of Jailbreak and have a dedicated device for the purpose, we have good news. That’s right, Saurik has updated Cydia to support iOS 13. In addition to this, the update also fixes a “serious resource leak that would eventually cause Substrate to lock up and break.” If you have been waiting for the update to hit your jailbroken smartphones, be sure to update Cydia as soon as you can. Let’s dive in to see some more details on the subject and what can you expect from the update.

Cydia Substrate Updated With Support for iOS 13, Major Resource Leak Also Fixed

The latest update carries the build 0.9.7100. If you’re unfamiliar, Cydia Substrate is a tool used to inject tweaks in Unc0ver as well as Checkra1n jailbreak. The latter tool is used to jailbreak iOS 13 to iOS 13.3 which is supported by devices ranging from iPhone 5s to iPhone X. Henceforth, the support is now expanding so users can derive further utility from the mix.

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If you have a jailbroken iPhone or iPad model that is running iOS 13 to iOS 13.3, you will see an update for Cydia Substrate. This is all thanks to the fixed resource leak. What’s more, is that if you’re facing issues pertaining to jailbreak tweaks hours after restarting your phone, the update will fix the issue. Here’s how Sam Bingner, co-developer of UnC0ver and Checkra1n explains it.

Saurik has updated mobilesubstrate to fix the issue where it would stop hooking after an indeterminate period. It was found to be due to a mach port name leak that would cause it to no longer be able to modify processes after spawning somewhere around 50,000 processes. I’ve tested it with a few hundred thousand processes and it’s been clean. The version number is now non-beta as the known issues of stability and cynject have been fixed. The update is on elucubratus if you’re using a non-A12 device.

If you’re up for it, the update will appear when you open the Cydia app. Refresh the sources if it doesn’t in order for the update to appear. If you have not jailbroken your iPhone or iPad running iOS 13 to iOS 13.3,  you can follow our detailed guide here.

There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more. We will keep you guys updated on the latest. That’s all for now, share your views on the Cydia update? Share your views with us in the comments.

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England turn screw after Ben Stokes, Ollie Pope hundreds

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South Africa 60 for 2 (Bess 2-12) trail England 499 for 9 dec (Pope 135*, Stokes 117, Maharaj 5-180) by 439 runs

Ollie Pope scored a maiden Test hundred to follow the latest demonstration of Ben Stokes‘ immense value to the England cause as South Africa were backed into a corner in Port Elizabeth. The tone was set by England’s fifth-wicket pair during the morning session and followed up with some lower-order humpty, allowing Joe Root to declare – having also un-declared – in pursuit of wickets amid the evening gloom at St George’s Park.

Although South Africa responded with their second consecutive fifty stand between openers Dean Elgar and Pieter Malan, there was time for Dom Bess to strike twice before the close. With plenty of runs in the bank, signs of spin from the surface and Mark Wood also pushing the speed gun up to 150kph/93mph, England walked off in the belief that they had the tools to crack the Test open in pursuit of a series lead.

South Africa had reached 50 without loss when Bess coaxed an error from Malan, who tried to come down the pitch but only managed to chip a return catch. Zubayr Hamza then fenced unconvincingly at an over of short-and-nasty stuff from Wood, before popping a catch to short leg via his inside edge. The return of the rain, which had delayed the start by 45 minutes, presented them with an escape route.

The first part of the day saw England’s middle order flex its muscles in a manner not seen for a long time. By the time Stokes and Pope were done adding 203 – the second-highest fifth-wicket stand for England against South Africa in Tests – the home bowlers had been thoroughly pounded into this unforgiving surface, but there was further pain to come as Sam Curran and Mark Wood cut loose before the declaration. A total of 499 for 9 was England’s highest since the 2017 Edgbaston Test against West Indies.

There was nothing surprising about Stokes taking centre stage, however. Despite having to battle through at times on the first day, having survived numerous scratchy moments – including a tough chance to short leg on 10 – he resumed his innings in a more recognisably bullish frame of mind. Twice was Maharaj battered on to the grass banks at deep midwicket, as Stokes accelerated past his junior partner towards a ninth Test hundred (and third against South Africa).

When he moved to 95, via another slog-sweep off the spinner, he became only the seventh man to have scored 4000 Test runs and taken 100 Test wickets. A few overs later, off his 174th ball, came a punch through the covers to take him to three figures, the achievement acknowledged with a crooked-fingered salute in recognition of his father, Ged, who remains in hospital after being taken ill over Christmas.

He had been ably supported by Pope, who cut, pulled and drove with what is quickly becoming customary elan to move past 50 for the third time in as many Tests. However, a ball after Stokes reached his century, Pope was given out lbw off the bowling of Dane Paterson; although a review saved Pope and extended Paterson’s wait for a first wicket on debut, the realisation of what was at stake seemed to interrupt the England man’s fluency.

Pope spent 53 balls moving from 74 into the 90s, losing Stokes and Jos Buttler in that time – the former giving Paterson some relief by carving to backward point, before Buttler chipped tamely back to Maharaj. Pope survived a close stumping chance off Maharaj on 84, but Sam Curran helped take some of the pressure off, cracking along to 44 off 50 and scoring three-quarters of the runs during a stand worth 59.

Suddenly Pope was freed up once again, scooting through the 90s to reach three figures in his sixth Test – at 22 and 15 days the youngest Englishman to score a Test hundred since Alastair Cook. The landmark achieved, he was able to have some fun against a tiring attack, bringing out the uppercuts and reverse-ramps as England drove home their advantage; a glove behind off Rabada on 106 going unnoticed as South Africa began to unravel.

Wood, too, geared up for his bowling return after 11 months out of the Test side by throwing the bat around to good effect, five times clearing the ropes – although he was the beneficiary of a bizarre episode on the way to 42 from 23 balls. A slog against Rabada was taken at mid-on, with Root then signalling his men in, only for the umpires to review and find that the delivery should have been called for a front-foot no-ball. Root gleefully reversed his call, with Wood extending their ninth-wicket happy-slap to 73 in 8.4 overs before Maharaj finally put a stop to the antics.

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India’s palm imports seen falling on price rally, Malaysia curbs

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Jan
17

MUMBAI (Reuters) – Palm oil imports by India, the world’s biggest buyer of edible oils, could fall as much as 11% on the year in 2019/20, hit by a rally in prices and a diplomatic row that is turning its traders away from Malaysia, industry officials said on Friday.

Last week, India slapped curbs on imports of refined palm oil and informally asked traders to halt all palm imports from Malaysia, the world’s second biggest producer.

The step followed repeated objections by India’s Hindu nationalist government to comments by Mahathir Mohamad, the prime minister of Muslim-majority Malaysia, against some recent policies that critics say discriminate against Muslims.

Indian traders said they have turned to top producer Indonesia to buy palm instead, and are also taking a small amount from Thailand.

“Higher prices of palm oil and limited cargoes from Indonesia would reduce India’s palm oil imports,” said Sandeep Bajoria, chief executive of Sunvin Group, a vegetable oil importer based in the commercial capital of Mumbai.

The drop in Indian purchases could limit the rally in Malaysian palm 1FCPOc3 which has surged more than 45% in the last six months, making rival edible oils more attractive to buyers.

New Delhi’s palm oil imports in the marketing year to Oct. 31 could fall to between 8.4 million and 9 million tonnes from 9.4 million last year, a spot survey of six industry officials showed.

Indonesia will struggle to meet Indian requirements in the next two months, said Govindbhai Patel, managing director of trading firm G.G. Patel Nikhil Research Company.

But the situation will change gradually as buyers of Indonesian oil shift to Malaysia, lured by its discount over supplies from Jakarta, Patel added.

“This will make supplies available for India in Indonesia,” he said.

Please click on link for graphic of palm oil exports to India from Malaysia vs Indonesia: tmsnrt.rs/30qPhDz

India meets nearly two-thirds of its edible oil demand through imports and palm makes up the bulk because of its lower price.

But palm’s rising prices are also turning Indian buyers towards soyoil and sunflower oil, which are seen as having health benefits, traders said.

Palm’s discount to soyoil and sunflower oil has narrowed to $60 per tonne from $205 in July 2019, data from a Mumbai-based trade body, the Solvent Extractors’ Association, shows.

“Soyoil and sunflower oil have become very attractive at the current price level,” said Patel.

India’s imports of soyoil in 2019/20 could rise 20% from a year ago to 3.6 million tonnes, while sunflower oil could jump 28% to 3 million, the spot survey showed.

India imports soyoil mainly from Argentina and sunflower oil from Ukraine and Russia.

Reporting by Rajendra Jadhav; Editing by Clarence Fernandez

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