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Easily backup and restore your tweaks

From within its dedicated app, users can:


  • User packages (Standard)
  • All packages (Developer*)

Restore from

  • The most recent backup
  • A specific backup chosen from a list

Choose to

  • Import a backup
  • Export a backup
  • Delete a backup

Known issues:

  1. Restores may hang or crash the app on Unc0ver. This appears to be out of my control, but IAmLazy will, to the best of its ability, mitigate any undesirable side effects
    • If the app crashes, IAmLazy will safely stop the install so it does not proceed in the background (and the restore should proceed normally if retried)

    • If the install hangs, quit the app and reopen it to allow IAmLazy to confirm dpkg is usable and no packages are left unconfigured


  1. Backups are not touched by restore rootfs
  2. Moving between jailbreaks with different bootstraps (e.g., Unc0ver and Taurine) is supported via STANDARD backups
  3. Developer backups (denoted by the “u” in the backup’s filename) can ONLY be restored from on jailbreaks using the SAME bootstrap (e.g., Elucubratus or Procursus) that the backup was made on
    • *Please note that these backups are meant to be used ONLY by those who understand exactly what they’re doing
  4. Neither apt sources nor tweak preferences are backed up (note: neither are touched by restore rootfs)
  5. Backups can be used on devices other than the one they were made on
  6. Closing/minimizing the app will stop the currently running process

What’s New in Version 2.1.0

  • Scrapped list backups entirely (unrealistic to maintain and much less functional than I had envisioned)
  • Revised UI (again, yeah … this time I’m confident it’s here to stay)
  • Added a proper progress UI
  • Added lightmode support to the app
  • No longer populate /var/mobile/Documents/me.lightmann.iamlazy/logs/
  • Added another confirmation prompt for attempted restores of developer backups
  • Removed unnecessary arm64e app arch
  • Debs are now deleted as they’re added to the backup archive to save space
  • Fixed issue where apt update may have exited non-zero due to unsigned repos
  • “Unfiltered” -> “Developer”
  • Code cleanup