If you have not jailbroke your iPhone, you will need to do that first. Please see our f.a.q page for more information about jailbreaking.
When you jailbroke your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, the Cydia application was added to your device automatically. It was added to your iPhone/iPod Touch’s SpringBoard with the rest of the stock applications like Calendar, Maps, Weather etc. Cydia is what you use to add more applications (games, utilities…) to your iPhone. For more information about Cydia, please see our f.a.q page.
When Cydia is added to your iPhone or iPod Touch, it only has a few sources installed. A sources is a web address linked to servers where the applications are downloaded from. For example, the BigBoss source will have different applications than the iSpazio source. If you want an application that is in the iSpazio source, you will need to add that source to Cydia.
Once a source is added to Cydia, all the applications in that source will show up in Cydia as applications available to be added (installed) on your iPhone or iPod Touch. You can find a list of all the available sources on our Sources Page.
There are two ways to add sources to Cydia. The first is to install them through Cydia itself. The second is to manually add the source to Cydia yourself. Below is a video and step-by-step guide for both.
Step by Step By Guide
7. This will open the information page for that source. It will include the source title, the version number for the source, the source ID, the section the source belongs to, the maintainer of the source, whether or not the package has been signed, and more information about the source. To install the source, select Install in the upper right corner.
8. This will bring up a pop-up window in which you will need to confirm that you would like to Install the source. You can do so by selecting Confirm in the upper right corner. You can also choose to Cancel the install by selecting Cancel in the upper left corner.
12. The source has now been added to your sources list and the applications in that source have been added to Cydia.
8. This will bring up a pop-up in which you can enter the url for the source. Do not delete the http://. Just begin typing the url after the http://. The source url needs to be typed into your iPhone/iPod Touch perfectly. Make sure if there are capitol or lower case letters in the url, that you enter them into your iPhone exactly the same. Be careful to watch for words that your iPhone might automatically capitalize that are not capitalized in the url.