Here you can find very useful guide on how to downgrade Cydia tweak or package. As it was earlier became known Saurik had updated Cydia to version 1.1.23, bringing with it a couple of excellent improvements and feature additions.
The one and it seems the greatest feature additions was the ability to downgrade an installed Cydia packages /tweaks to an earlier stable version with relative ease.
This is the perfect solution for those jailbroken iOS 8.4 device users who like to try out beta or unstable versions of packages but who want a simple way of rolling back should all not work as intended. To take this fact into considerations we offer you to take a quick step-by-step look at how to invoke this awesome downgrade feature.
Before start to proceed note that you must have Cydia 1.1.23 or later, and the package must have older versions available on the repo.
How To Downgrade Cydia Tweak Or Package
Step 1: Launch Cydia and then search for the package that you want to downgrade and pick it. You can either achieve this by using the Cydia search functionality or by scrolling via the list of installed packages and picking the relevant one.
Step 2: Next click the Modify button from the top-right hand corner of the navigation bar.
Step 3: Now please click Downgrade. Do note that this downgrade option will only be visible if the selected package has an older version available on the hosted repository.
Step 4: Now click the version that you want to downgrade to
Step 5: Next, click Confirm option. Sit back and wait for downgrade Cydia tweak process will be completed.
You’ll be pleased to know that downgrades now even work on third-party repos. This should increase users ability to maintain stable devices amidst big tweak updates.