Cydia is empty

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  1. Droloss

    Droloss New Member

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    since a week I have a problem with cydia. all tabs are enpty also the sources of them are empty the only thing he is displaying is the text on the image and if he reloads its changed nothing, anyone know why this might be?
     
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    Does this show up every time or just periodically. See if you can access your sources.
     
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    It is always displayed, i have no Access to the sources, there empty too
     
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    You have two recommended options to try.
    1. Clear out all the repositories except for the default ones by using iFunBox/iExplorer/SSH. Go to the below directory using one of those 3 utilities to do so
    2. SSH/iFunBox/iExplorer/iFile into the below directory, use Notepad (on computer) or Text Viewer (iFile) to open up the "cydia.list" file and delete all repos except the stock ones, or just leave the "apt.saurik.com" and "thebigboss.org" ones and reboot your device
    3. Reinstall Cydia using iFunBox/iExplorer/SSH. Download the latest version of Cydia (1.1.8) below.
    • If you're using iFunBox, navigate to Raw System File/var/root/Media/Cydia/AutoInstall and drop the .deb below in there. If you don't see the directory, create it with the case-sensitive names, meaning "AutoInstall" must have a capital A and I. Reboot your device and Cydia should updated.
    • If you're using iExplorer or SSH, navigate to var/root/Media/Cydia/AutoInstall and drop the .deb in there. Again, if you don't see the "AutoInstall" directory, create it
    Cydia 1.1.8 deb download

    Method 1 and 2 are basically the same, both of them clears out your repositories which can fix the error of a bad repo (the 2nd and 3rd error you're getting). Method 2 is basically the universal Cydia error solution. If all fails, restore and rejailbreaking is always the failsafe.
     
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    To Solve All Cydia Problem, Just do this step, the problem surely solve [Solved]

    1. Restore your ipad / iphone using iTunes.

    2. Then re jailbreak again.
     
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    This is a 5 year old thread and methods have changed. More important, Restoring a jailbroken iPad through iTunes will update the iOS version to iOS 11.2.5 which does not yet have a public jailbreak available. Re-jailbreaking will not be possible at this time.

    With that, this thread is now closed.
     
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