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Thread: Updates? Which to choose?

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    Default Updates? Which to choose?
    I've had several essential upgrades when i enter cydia but which option shoupd I choose?

    Complete or essential upgrade?
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    Unless you have a specific reason for wanting a Cydia app/feature to remain as is, do the complete upgrade. The essential upgrade will fix overall stability/features, etc. but the complete does everything and is the best option. I've never had issues preforming complete upgrades.
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    +1

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    I say complete upgrade.

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    I agree!!

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    Ok thanks all
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