iOS 10.2 Jailbreak – How to Stash Safely (For More Space) 

In today's video I am going to discuss about stashers in general, what they do, how can they have an impact on your device's speed and performance and which one is safe for iOS 10.0 to iOS 10.2 Jailbreak (Yalu). Normally, Cydia comes with a very powerful stasher from default. You can see this powerful stasher running on older devices (mostly on Untethered Jailbreaks), but nowadays Cydia no longer stashes anything. There are methods to force Cydia into stashing but that would have very bad consequences for the device. 

During the existence of iOS 10.x Jailbreak, Yalu, there were quite a few stashers attempts. Some of them sent a lot of devices into the bootloop and iTunes restore, thats why it is very important to chose a working and 101% compatible stasher for your device.

In a nutshell, a stasher moves files. Normally, what you install (tweaks, apps, themes) get installed on System partition if a stasher doesn't move anything. Well, the System partition is way smaller than the user one. On most of the devices, the System partition is 3,5 – 4,0 GB while the user one is what remains from the device capacity.
A correctly made stasher interferes with the installation of any tweak in Cydia, moving its files to the user partition and generating the appropriate symlinks. 

Coolstar's Stasher:

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