How to Install Winterboard on iPad Air, iPad Mini, iPad Pro, iPhone

So, finally the day came when Winterboard iOS 9.0.2 / 9.0.3 has been released. The updated version can able to install themes on iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPhone 5S-5C and all former compatible iDevices…

The best ever theme customization tool that has been updated for iOS 9.0.2 and even for ARM64-bit iDevices. Now iPhone 5S, 5C and iPad Air, iPad Mini devices can also install themes using Winterboard iOS 9.0.2.

It allows the theme developer to create themes to customize iOS 9.0.2 look. Saurik, the creator, has updated it with the new version and fixed a lot of bugs. Over the past week, Saurik has fixed these bugs and made it available for iOS 9.0.2.

The simple thing you need to do is, you must jailbreak your iDevice and update your mobile substrate with Cydia Substrate, however, you have jailbreak your iDevice with evasi0n7 1.0.3, then Cydia substrate will automatically be installed on your device, so, no need to install or update it manually.

The latest fix is the major update that allows iOS 9.0.2 jailbreak users to install and customize their iPhone, iPad Mini, iPad Air Retina Display with a variety of Cydia themes.

How to Install and Use Winterboard iOS 9.0.2

Finally, now you can install the updated version of Winterboard. That being said, it supports Summerboard themes too. So, get it installed on your device…

  • Browser your springboard and launch Cydia
  • Tap on Search and type “Winterboard”
  • Tap on Install
  • Done

Note: Suppose, you have deleted Telesphoreo repo source, you need to add it, before searching the app.

Quick Review

No doubt, Winterboard is the best theme installer for iOS 9.0.2, however, there is still another great alternative and that’s Dreamboard iOS 9.0.2 compatible theme installer.

Did you tried any theme? Share them with us…

8 Comments

  1. hey i downloaded winterboard and when ever I click on one of the themes and hit the home button it starts loading then locks and when I go back in its the same normal black background and screen. If I turn my ipod off I have to restore my ipod so I don’t know what to do. what should I do??

    • Turn your phone off by holding home and power button. Then it’s sure to work, I had the same problem, didn’t know i had to turn off my phone until I read this post.

  2. I ended up installing a couple of the wallpaper packages but ran into difficulties. After I switched back and forth a couple of times between images, the wallpaper defaulted to my original wallpaper image and wouldn’t change. The original image I had was a photo in my library, after deleting it and restarting the phone I now have a totally black wallpaper. Toggling the settings or the winterboard iOS 9.0.2 “User Wallpaper” option doesn’t do anything. However, applying a theme still changes the wallpaper behind the icons, but not my lock screen. Any suggestions?

    • I had similar troubles with an application called Customize. It seems like using apps to alter wallpapers (both lock screen and springboard) generally ends in something like this for some people. If you are looking for an application that is good with wallpapers, I suggest Kate/RiP Dev. You can get it from Cydia. It’s a very simple app that installs a section to the bottom of your settings and offers some pretty neat customizability. Hope this helps.

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