How do you delete Cydia?

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  1. Nosferatu2894

    Nosferatu2894 New Member

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    I downloaded Icy, which I love so much more.
  2. LeanPocketTouch

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    Why would you delete it?

    Open cydia and click Manage> Packages> tap simple so it says Expert, scroll down until you find "cydia installer"
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    Don't, use Cydia, support the developers. In truth, Icy takes muchmuchmuch longer than Cydia to refresh sources.
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    bigcj55 Banned

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    Not for me...I actually timed it once...
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    Nosferatu2894 New Member

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    If I realize it was a mistake, I'll redownload. But for now, it appears to be causing problems
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    You can't just redownload it....

    Maybe it's causing problems because you don't know what you are doing?....
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    I take back what I said, it has very bad notifications for when it is finished updating. The reason it took to long for me is the only time I used it, I had that faulty "All Sources" package installed.
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    Download mobilefinder from cydia, or icy, and then go to the applications folder and delete cydia.app. Or you could just Poof it.
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    Poofing cydia would be the best option
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    I'd just Poof it.
    That way, you still have it if you need it.

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