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Thread: Cydia Pages not loading

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    Default Cydia Pages not loading
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    I cant see the any app, extension or any other files info , always come this if i want to see details fully.
    Someone can help me?

    Regards
    Hussain

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    Did you delete anything? Did you notice this happening after installing something? Or is this for just one particular repo?
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    delete the source (take note of what the source is called), close cydia, open cydia and re-add the source

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    Yah but he hasn't specified if it's just one source or just Cydia in whole
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    I had issues with Cydia yesterday, error 500 or something.... seems OK today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borischan View Post
    I had issues with Cydia yesterday, error 500 or something.... seems OK today
    That is related to the repo server itself. Don't sweat it, it's normally fixed within a day or so.
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    There was a problem with the cydia store yesterday. It was fixed pretty quickly. Al OK now.
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    I had no problems with it....
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    Yes i notice it after installing some extension of a specific source . But i dont know , which was that source as i have added many sources in cydia.

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    Just search the package name and it'll show you which repo it's installed from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H4CK3R View Post
    Just search the package name and it'll show you which repo it's installed from.
    Actually, i remove all packages and sources and still this problem continues. I don't know whats the reason . Can someone tell
    Me other way. Thanks

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    What are some of the sources ya added?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malikhussain View Post
    Actually, i remove all packages and sources and still this problem continues. I don't know whats the reason . Can someone tell
    Me other way. Thanks
    Here's what you can try to do:

    1) SSH into your device.
    2) Navigate to the /var/lib/apt/lists/ folder.
    3) Delete everything EXCEPT the partial folder.
    4) Reboot.

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    You can always re-install Cydia with Terminal as well (I've done it before)

    Code:
    apt-get --reinstall install Cydia
    If that doesn't work, try the following commands:

    Code:
    apt-get remove cydia
    Code:
    apt-get install cydia
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