Error: Cached Failure

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by SandwichGirl, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. SandwichGirl

    SandwichGirl New Member

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    Ok guys, so I have a IPT3 jailbroken on 3.1.2. Recently, everytime I open up Cydia, this shows up:

    Error: Refreshing Data

    Failed to fetch
    http://repo.smxy.org/cydia/apt/dists/xena/release/gpg
    Host Unreachable

    Failed to fetch
    http://repo.smxy.org/cydia/apt/dists/xena/main/i18n/translation-en.bz2
    Cached Failure

    Failed to fetch
    http://repo.smxy.org/cydia/apt/dists/xena/main/binary-iphoneos-arm/packages.gz
    Cached Failure

    Some index files failed to download, they have been ignored, or old ones used instead.

    Does anyone have idea on how to fix this?
  2. nasra1n

    nasra1n New Member

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    Does it to me sometimes aswell, only with some certain servers. Oh, important one, make sure you have an internet connection!
  3. sageDieu

    sageDieu Banned

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    nasra1n, you definitely want to change that post. No piracy allowed. As for the OP, make sure you have a stable internet connection, try rebooting and possibly reinstalling Cydia. If nothing works I can give you some terminal stuff to try.
  4. SandwichGirl

    SandwichGirl New Member

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    How exactly do I uninstall Cydia?
  5. J-Phone

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    go into cydia app, manage, and then cydia installer, remove that and then reboot
  6. sageDieu

    sageDieu Banned

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    Reinstall, don't remove. If you remove it then you won't be able to do anything with it to fix it because it won't be there any more.

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