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    Default cydia keepsp crashing
    i have never had this problem before the last update. whenever i open up cydia it crashes literally seconds after and i cant seem to do anything about it. anyone else having this problem? is there a remedy? thanks

  2. #2
    I have the same problem. Running 2.1 on a 1st gen iPhone. Everything else works fine.

  3. #3
    when i upgraded to 2.1 with a custom firmware that someone posted up i had the same problem .. so i restored through itunes and quickpwned it and now it works

  4. #4
    In terminal:

    su

    alpine

    apt-get remove cydia

    Yes, do as I say!

    apt-get install cydia

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  6. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by Git View Post
    In terminal:

    su

    alpine

    apt-get remove cydia

    Yes, do as I say!

    apt-get install cydia

    Cool, that worked. Thanks!

  7. #6
    can you explain that fix a little better ssh what?

  8. #7
    You enter those commands through something with terminal access to your iPod.

    Either through Terminal on the iPod, PuTTY for Windoze, or default Terminal for mac.

    For the command line SSH clients, you type this in:

    sftp [email protected]

    And PuTTY will ask you for the IP, and then you need the password.

  9. #8
    I am still in 1.1.4 (iLiberty) and getting the same problem after I updated painfully old Cydia because I need some app to backup my SMSes prior to 2.x upgrade.

    How do I fix Cydia or backup SMS so that I can go to 2.x?

    Quote Originally Posted by timmyinpajamas View Post
    when i upgraded to 2.1 with a custom firmware that someone posted up i had the same problem .. so i restored through itunes and quickpwned it and now it works
    Quote Originally Posted by Git View Post
    In terminal:

    su

    alpine

    apt-get remove cydia

    Yes, do as I say!

    apt-get install cydia
    Quote Originally Posted by Git View Post
    You enter those commands through something with terminal access to your iPod.

    Either through Terminal on the iPod, PuTTY for Windoze, or default Terminal for mac.

    For the command line SSH clients, you type this in:

    sftp [email protected]

    And PuTTY will ask you for the IP, and then you need the password.

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