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Cydia & Repo Errors 101


Oops, looks like your not using our correct repo adress.
Please add our correct address: http://repo.insanelyi.com
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Oops, this error can be replicated pretty easily, but also can be solved easily.
Usually happens when a refresh is cancelled, simply go to changes tab in Cydia and
hit the refresh button, wait for Cydia to fully refreshing before installing a package.
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When I get more screenshots of different errors I will post them here.
Feel free to send me some error screenshots so I can add them.


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Idea by Chris, added by Sull

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Go into this directory:

/etc/apt/sources.list.d/

remove all files from that directory and drop these two lists in there

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You'll need to unarchive the zip.

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In my efforts to help support this thread.... I've got another one for ya....

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Attached File  IMG_0446.PNG   140.82KB   94 downloads this is what happens when i try to install the repo

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That is correct....the proper address is repo.insanelyi.com check your spelling

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@Codyppc

Usually that happens if the repo is not found, either it's down or does not exist.

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The account has been suspended. So either that repo is gone or he's in the works of fixing it.

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Hey guys...

I've been reading a lot of posts in different Forums but I just can't seem to find a way to fix this.

Here's a pic of the problem:

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I've been messing around in Terminal but with no luck.

The problem is not the "Failed to Fetch problems happens to me sometimes. Not just with insalyi repo but with some others.

The big problem is the "... section with no Package: header...." etc

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First have you even bothered looking at the errors above first ?

You don't have our correct repo address so it won't work. I would suggest you try and remove manually like this.

/etc/apt/sources.list.d/cydia.list

^ Open this file and remove these lines

deb http://repo.insanelyiph0ne.com ./
deb http://sinfuliphonerepo..com ./

Replace with out correct repo which is:

deb http://repo.insanelyi.com ./

Sinful iPhone is probably the cause of the no package header, If it's not I would suggest removing all extra repo's you have installed.

Now you can update in mobile terminal with:

First going root

su

password = alpine

apt-get update

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I'm getting these Cydia errors message when i try to update my GUI-GPG-SEC & download the OpenNotifer Premium Pack. How do I fix this?

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GUI-GPC-SEC error is caused by that repo's section icon is the same as ours, you can install this update to fix the issue right away. I cannot push this to the repo at this time. It will go out soon, but in the mean time the update is below.

GUI-GPC-SEC v1.5-16
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2nd error you need to remove that package listed in red and then install OpenNotifier premium pack.

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@Sull To remove that package do I do it in Cydia or iFile & how do I go about doing that?

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It's sull k

Install the deb I provided with iFIle.

for 2nd error you can solve this in Cydia. Look at the error and remove the package.

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when i try to install a package in any of my repos it says NOTE CANNOT_COMPLY_EX

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Never seen this before. Is this an iPhone 4 running 4.3.3 ?

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i have an issue with http://cydia.winterboarder.com/

when it updates there the no data error. when i try to edit it in sources it just sits there. if its a required repo, then whats wrong?

is it down?

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Yes it's down. That's an old repo I don't know what would be of value.

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What about GPG error
Release: The following signatures were invalid:
NODATA 1 NODATA 2
Its not critical but its annoying
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What's Apple? lolololololol

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What about GPG error
Release: The following signatures were invalid:
NODATA 1 NODATA 2
Its not critical but its annoying


Probably will go away with a refresh if this is from one of the default repo's. or could be caused by other things, screenshot ?

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Go into this directory:

/etc/apt/sources.list.d/

remove all files from that directory and drop these two lists in there

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You'll need to unarchive the zip.



I'm seeing this error also. How do you go into the directory? Thanks in advance for your help!