How to Fix Cydia Crashing on iPhone/iPad

iOS 10.2 has already been jailbroken successfully, but many of people faced any boot loop problems at the Apple logo as well as the Cydia got crashed after  installing yalu102 iOS 10.2 jailbreak. With a jailbroken device, you can customize many things on your iPhone/iPad, but at the same time, because of an incompatible tweak or an installation that didn’t go well, your device gets an endless boot loop or another issue that causes Cydia to crash at random. Here are the steps you can use to solve the problem.

Steps to Fix Cydia Crashes & Boot Loop after Jailbreaking iOS 10.2

  1. Make a hard reboot. This will solve the boot loop issue of your device, but the hard reboot will take the device out of jailbreak mode as this is a semi-tethered jailbreak. To do that, Just hold down the Power button and the Home button (on iPhone 7/7 Plus is the Power+ Volume Down button) till you see the Apple logo appearing your iPhone/iPad’s screen.
  2. Now uninstall the tweak that’s causing thee boot loop issue, you should put your device in No Substrate Mode for the action. Deactivate all Substrate-based tweaks, while the device is still jailbroken.

To get the device in No Substrate Mode, follow these steps:

  • Open yalu102.
  • Press “go” and then “Volume Up”.
  • Keep and hold the Volume Up button until the phone resprings to the lock screen.
  1. Put your device in the jailbreak mode without activating any Substrate tweaks. Now, launch Cydia and uninstall the tweak causing the problem.

Also see: How to Fix ‘No SIM Card Installed’ Alert on iPhone/iPad

  1. After uninstalled, exit No Substrate Mode and put the device into jailbreak mode once more. Reboot the device and then you’ll go to no jailbreak mode. This time Cydia still gets crashed.
  2. Rejailbreak your iPhone/iPad now by following here.

Once all are done, you will have a jailbroken device without Cydia crashing or boot loop issues.