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Sileo Download 

Sileo is a modern, lightweight package manager for jailbroken iOS devices to install tweaks, apps and themes. It was released for iOS 12 onwards as a Cydia replacement. Now Sileo has become the default app manager for the latest jailbreak tools like Palera1n.

If you wanna download Sileo, you must jailbreak iPhone or iPad. Also, now you can download and install Sileo using alternative methods up to iOS 17.4 

As a popular third party app store, zJailbreak lets you download Sileo using several methods. All you have to do is download zJailbreak using the button below.

How to download Sileo from zJailbreak?

Here we have listed all the Sileo download and install methods exclusively available on zJailbreak.

1. Sileem | Sileo for iOS 16 – iOS 16.7.5 & iOS 17-iOS 17.4

Sileem is a jailbreak repo extractor especially designed for iOS 16 and higher versions. Sileem will let you install Jailbreak apps, tweaks, themes and many more features. Most importantly, you can download Sileo from these repo extractor. It uses a repo extraction method.

So you have to extract the dev.sileem.com/packages repo available under Jailbreak app managers to download the Sileo lite version. Find more about Sileem from iOS 16.4 / iOS 16.4.1 Jailbreak, iOS 16.5/iOS 16.5.1 Jailbreak, iOS 16.6/iOS 16.6.1 Jailbreak, iOS 16.7-iOS 16.7.5 Jailbreak, iOS 17 – iOS 17.0.3 JailbreakiOS 17.1/iOS 17.1.1 Jailbreak, iOS 17.2/IOS 17.2.1 Jailbreak, iOS 17.3/iOS 17.3.1 Jailbreak and iOS 17.4 Jailbreak (beta) pages.

2. Zeon | Sileo for iOS 14 – iOS 16.7.5 & iOS 17-iOS 17.3

Zeon is another Jailbreak repo extractor that has been famous since iOS 14. Now it is compatible with all latest iOS versions as well as all latest device models such as iPhone 12, iPhone 13, iPhone 14. While it allows you to install jailbreak apps, tweaks, themes, you can install Sileo lite too. Find the Sileo repo of ios.sileo.co from the app managers category. Read more about from iOS 16 – iOS 16.0.3 Jailbreak, iOS 16.1 – iOS 16.1.2 Jailbreak, iOS 16.2 Jailbreak or iOS 16.3 / iOS 16.3.1 Jailbreak pages.

3. Palera1n virtual | Sileo for iOS 16 – iOS 16.7.5 & iOS 17-iOS 17.4

Palera1n virtual Jailbreak is the latest solution for iOS 16 & higher to get Sileo. It works with A12-A16 devices while Palera1n semi tethered jailbreak up to A11 devices. The process is different from the other jailbreak processes and it will add terminal & Palera1n IPSW File from the beginning of the process. So you need to match the IPSW key to go ahead with the installation process. Finally you will get the Sileo installation button. Just follow the simple steps to enjoy Sileo limited features.

4. Hexxa Plus | Sileo for iOS 12 – iOS 16.7.5

This is the oldest repo extractor initially released as Hexxa for iOS 12 & higher. Later it upgraded for iOS 13 and higher as Hexxa Plus up to the current latest version. It offers Jailbreak apps, tweaks, themes and many more Including Sileo. This Sileo lite version will perform the same as the Sileo.

5. XinaA15 Jailbreak | Sileo for iOS 15 – iOS 15.4.1

XinaA15 jailbreak is rootless jailbreak for iOS 15 – iOS 15.4.1 running A12-A15 devices. Normally this is a computer based jailbreak. Hence it has an Online Plist, you can download it directly from zJailbreak. This does not come with any pre-installed package manager. You  can Install full functional Sileo using the TrollStore after completing the jailbreak process.

6. Xina Virtual Jailbreak | Sileo on iOS 15.2 – iOS 16.7.5 & iOS 17-iOS 17.4

Xina virtual jailbreak is another method that you can download Sileo on iOS 15.2 – iOS 16.7.5 & iOS 17-iOS 17.4 also supported Its alternative method to XinaA15 Jailbreak. Once you install the Xina app, respring to complete the virtual jailbreak process. Then the Sileo Download button will appear. This is a straightforward method to get lite versions of Sileo.

Other Jailbreak tools to get Sileo

Palera1n Jailbreak – Palera1n is a newly released semi-tethered jailbreak for iOS 15 – iOS 16.7.5 and iPadOS 17-17.1 checkm8 devices. This is the first ever jailbreak for iOS 16 and higher versions. It is a jailbreak script that modifies the kernel to enable Sileo and tweak installation. Its default app manager is Sileo. Palera1n team jailbreak iPadOS 17 within 24 hours as well. 

Basically this is a computer based method, so not available with zJailbreak. It has an alternative as Palera1n virtual jailbreak. 

Dopamine Jailbreak – Dopamine Jailbreak is  a semi-untethered permasigned jailbreak for iOS 15 – iOS 15.4.1. It’s compatible with the iPhone Xs series, iPhone 11 series and iPhone 12 Jailbreak. This tool was formerly developed as Fugu15 Max jailbreak. It comes with Sileo default package manager and ElleKit tweak injection library.

Dopamine IPA can be installed using the TrollStore because it is a computer required method. So this is not available with zJailbreak. 

Checkra1n Jailbreak –  Checkra1n jailbreak is checkm8 semi-tethered based jailbreak for iOS 12 – iOS 14.8.1. It is only available for A9-A11 devices. Checkra1n default package manager is Cydia. But you can install Sileo through Cydia. You have to add https://repo.getsileo.app to Cydia Sources.

This is DFU mode based advanced computer method, So you can not download it through zJailbreak. Also it did not support the latest versions. However zJailbreak offers an alternative as Checkra1n Virtual jailbreak for latest versions.

Unc0ver Jailbreak Unc0ver is a semi-untethered Jailbreak for iOS 11 – iOS 14.8 on all device models. This is the most reliable jailbreak tool for a long time. Cydia is the default app manager for Unc0ver. Add https://repo.getsileo.app through Cydia sources to get Sileo.

This is an IPA based computer method and Online IPA also released, unfortunately it was blocked from time to time. So you can not get it from zJailbreak right now. zJailbreak provides the Uncover Black edition as an alternative for latest versions. 

Taurine Jailbreak – Taurine is a semi-untethered jailbreak for iOS 14 – iOS 14.8.1. Once you jailbreak using Taurine, it will automatically install Sileo on completion. Also compatible with all devices which are capable of running iOS 14 – iOS 14.8.1.


More about Sileo jailbreak app manager

You can find more information, frequently asked questions about Sileo from this section. 

What are Sileo Features?

Sileo is a unique jailbreak app store designed specifically for iPhone users, offering high-quality jailbreak modifications. It is developed by Team Electra. Sileo is compatible with all 64-bit devices running iOS 11 and newer, making it a great replacement for Cydia that offers an exciting experience for jailbreak enthusiasts.

  • It seamlessly integrates with existing Cydia Repositories, eliminating the need for additional configuration.
  • Tweak creators and developers can easily showcase their products in the jailbreak store, organizing them with cool tweaks. Adding tweaks is a simple process, as the interfaces resemble those of Cydia.
  • Compared to Cydia, Sileo is faster and serves as a robust unofficial third-party app store. It instantly filters out tweaks that are incompatible with devices running iOS 11 or later.
  • While Sileo primarily focuses on 64-bit apps, users can still obtain Cydia items without any difficulty. The user interface of Sileo is simple and straightforward, providing a user-friendly experience.

How to add repos on Sileo 

  1. To add repositories for the Sileo Package Manager, start by opening the Sileo app on your Home Screen.
  2. Next, locate the “Sources” option on the bottom bar and select it.
  3. Look for the “+” icon in the upper right corner and tap on it.
  4. Enter the URL of the jailbreak tweak repository you wish to add. You can find popular and useful Sileo jailbreak tweak repositories at the provided link.
  5. Once you’ve entered the URL, tap on “Add Source.”
  6. Congratulations! You can now access any repository and explore all the available tweaks it offers.

How to remove repos from Sileo

  1. Begin by opening the Sileo app.
  2. Locate the “Sources” bar and tap on the “Edit” button.
  3. Find the repository you want to remove and tap on the red icon next to it.
  4. Confirm the deletion of the repository.
  5. Congratulations! The repository should now be successfully removed from your Sileo APT package manager.

How to Install a Tweak using Sileo

  1. Open the Sileo application.
  2. Search for the tweak you wish to install.
  3. Tap the “Get” button located at the top of the tweak’s page.
  4. A bar labeled “Queued” will appear at the bottom of your screen. Tap on the bar.
  5. Press the “Confirm” button.
  6. Once the installation process is complete, tap “Respring.”
  7. Congratulations! The tweak should now be successfully installed on your device.

How to Uninstall a Tweak using Sileo

  1. Open the Sileo application.
  2. Tap on the tweak you want to uninstall.
  3. Tap the “Modify” button located at the top of the tweak’s page.
  4. Select “Remove” from the options that appear.
  5. A bar labeled “Queued” will appear at the bottom of your screen. Tap on the bar.
  6. Press the “Confirm” button.
  7. After the uninstallation process is complete, tap “Respring.”
  8. Congratulations! The tweak should now be successfully uninstalled from your device.

What are the different Sileo builds?

Sileo, Sileo beta and Sileo nightly are different builds. 

Sileo – Sileo is the most common version. It is pre-installed with Jailbreak tools. This is the public build and stable release which is tested in many ways. 

Sileo beta – The Sileo team releases beta builds to introduce new features or address bugs. While the Sileo Beta build is accessible to the public, it is typically not included as a pre-installed component in user-oriented jailbreaks due to its potential for instability.

Sileo Nightly – Sileo Nightly is the final version of Sileo and, as the name implies, it receives nightly updates. While this version of Sileo is not pre-installed by default in any jailbreak, it is the only version compatible with the developer-centric XinaA15 jailbreak. Sileo Nightly provides an excellent opportunity for users to test cutting-edge features before they are made available to the public. You can find this version of Sileo in Amy While’s repository.