Error: Refreshing Data

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  1. Darrien14

    Darrien14 Member

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    everytime I go into cydia i get GPG error:http://cydia.myrepospace.com ./
    Release: The following signatures were invalid:NODATA 1 NODATA 2


    failed to fetch
    http://repo.isazio.net/./Packages.gzHTTP/1.1 404 NOT FOUND

    some index files failed to download.They have been ignoared, or old ones used instead.

    how do I fix this? I tried adding the isazio.net source and it started doing that how do I make it stop
  2. iBricked

    iBricked Well-Known Member

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    I got that too. I tried to add ydia.imodmyi.net or something and it was a wrong link but now it keeps poping up, removing the source is the only solution...but how?
  3. Darrien14

    Darrien14 Member

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    i know someone please help its soo annoying and I dont want to restore for such a little thing
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    iBricked Well-Known Member

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    I was tweaking cydias files and I am working on it results soon.
  5. Darrien14

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    ok get back to me
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    hey I found a fix can you post outside youtube links here?

    nvm It does not work man I could not take it im just restoring and jailbreaking again
  6. TheL5icident

    TheL5icident Guest

    GPG Errors

    I was getting GPG errors and this is how I got rid of them... I can't explain why it worked, it just did...

    SSH into Private/etc/apt- you will find a folder called "trusted.Gpg.d" copy the folder to your desktop, delete it out of the phone and re-install the folder. I originally opened Cydia after deleting it out of my phone and the GPG error list mentioned every folder I deleted... After that I re-installed the folder & no more GPG errors...

    Hope this works for you...
  7. Buzzard267

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    Oh! I just saw a thread on this like a week ago but don't remember what it's called! SO Sorry!

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  8. Brii

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    This has been happening to me as well..I wonder ...
  9. Bigray14719

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    I has this problem once.

    You can solve it by SSH.

    Theres a file you can edit that contains all the cydia sources.
    Even the "invisible ones" that you cant remove in cydia. These are the ones causing the problem. All you have to do is remove them from the file and them reboot.

    There's a tut somewhere. I'll try to find it.

    I can't post a direct link cause its on another forum site.

    Heres a google link http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Remove Cydia Sources through SSH
  10. Scaggnetti

    Scaggnetti Guest

    Gpg errors

    You probably downloaded an old or bad source.

    I was receiving gpg error: outgoing.ifans.com

    I ssh'd private/etc/apt/sources.list.d I opened the Cydia.list and deleted outgoing.ifans.com, problem solved.

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