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How to use Sileo to uninstall tweaks from your jailbroken iPhone "iOS & iPhone :: Gadget Hacks



Removing unwanted apps from your iPhone is a simple business – press link on an app's icon, then press the delete button when it appears. Unfortunately, the same thing can be said when it comes to uninstalling tweaks from a jailbroken iPhone, which is a bit more boring to perform.

Many tweaks aren't as polished as their Apple-sanctioned counterparts, and they can cause buggy performance, along with other issues on your iPhone. Like iOS apps, like Safari and photos, jailbreak tweaks you've installed through either Cydia or Sileo have built-in your iPhone operating system and can't be uninstalled right away. Therefore, you have to go through either Cydia or Sileo to remove a tweak from your device.

If you are using Cydia, check out our guide on uninstalling tweaks in Cydia. For those of you who prefer Sileo over Cydia, open Sileo and select "Package" at the bottom to get to the page listing all the tweaks and apps currently installed on your iPhone. From there, browse through the alphabetically organized list until you find the target tweak and then press it to continue.

Click on "Change" on the app Details page and then click "Uninstall" from the menu prompt that appears. When you do, a "Queued" card will appear along the bottom containing the package (aka tweak) you want to delete.

To unpack the tweak, either press on or swipe up the "Queued" card to reveal in its entirety, then select "Confirm" to continue deleting. Sileo will now remove tweak from your iPhone, so wait a moment for the process to complete, and click "Restart Springboard" when it's ready to complete the uninstall of tweak.

The good thing about the "Queue" process is that you can actually queue up multiple tweaks to uninstall at the same time, which would be faster than doing each one individually.

After your iPhone resprings, you now see that your homepage or setup app is free of unwanted or outdated tweaks that can interfere with iOS. It is worth noting that you can use Sileo to remove any jailbreak tweak or packages, even if you originally installed it through Cydia (and you can use Cydia to remove Sileo tweaks).

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