ipadkid.cf Cydia Repository is now back online

Tweak developer iPad kid’s Cydia repository went offline for a couple of days. The developer quickly sorted everything out and it’s now back online once again.

Why did ipadkid.cf repo go down? 

iPad kid’s Cydia repository went recently offline for 2 days due to a server-side error.

The ipadkid.cf Cydia repo never actually went “offline”. The developer switched over to Golang server from a Node.js server, which overcomplicated things.

Golang doesn’t support iOS’ handling of apt-get without some necessary changes. Therefore, iPad kid wrote a custom http.Handler wrapper specifically for his Cydia repository.


iPad kid also hosts Sinfool’s Cydia repository, which hosts a lot of Flex patches. Consequently, this repository went offline as well. This led to jailbreak users reporting about the downtime to the developer.

Fortunately, iPad kid fixed everything up in an instant and the repo came back online.

How to add ipadkid.cf repo to Cydia

Although ipadkid.cf is a relatively unknown source, it does have some hidden gems. You can download a lot of great jailbreak tweaks such as –

  • NtSpeed
  • Live Photos Enabler
  • NotoLines
  • SwitchServices
  • and much more.

Here’s how you can add this source on your jailbroken iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Step 1 Open Cydia.

Step 2 Go to Sources tab.

Step 3 Tap Edit > Add.

Step 4 Enter this URL in the popup box.


Step 5 Tap Done.

That’s all there’s to it! You can now begin installing and downloading tweaks on your device.

Which tweaks will you be downloading now? Let us know in the comments section below.

That’s it! You can now start downloading your favorite tweaks and flex patches.

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