Cydia Problem

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  1. MuseFan288

    MuseFan288 New Member

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    Every time I try to remove or add something from cydia I get the error http://cydia.zodttd.com POSIX: Invalid argument and HTTP/1.1 403 Forbidden and when I try to install or remove something gpsphone wants to install it's self. I've never installed it before and I'm pretty sure it's something you have to pay for. Anybody know what I can do to fix this.
    P.S. I'm using a third gen ipod touch on 3.1.2 and I'm obviously tethered.
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    its commonly known. just respring and go back on cydia. youll be fine
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    I did respring and rebooted so many times and it's still happening. I'm starting to think I'll need to restore.
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    Do NOT restore if you want to keep your Jailbreak!

    Right, first off, try deleting the Zodttd source. As Cydia is crashing, you will need to do it manually.

    1. Access your iPods file system (either by SSH or iFunbox etc).
    2. Navigate to /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
    3. Find the Zodttd source, and copy it to your PC (as a backup - do not miss this stage out!)
    4. Delete Zodttd.list.

    Open cydia and give it a try.
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    Cool story bro...

    (but what the hell does it have to do with this thread? or even the iPod touch 3rd gen?)
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    thanks man it worked
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    No problem. Just be sure to save the backup just encase you have any problems in the future...that way you can just restore the file to that folder and save yourslef a restore

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    I know your problem has been solved, but, for future reference, hereis a detailed guide on how to solve it, incase you run into a similar problem.
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    thanks mate
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    I have the same problem, only far worse.

    I get the same POSIX error, except it's with every source.

    I dunno, if it's me, but deleting every source doesn't seem like such a great idea. Is there a different solution??

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