[HOW TO] Uninstall Cydia Packager

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  1. Khaos

    Khaos Well-Known Member

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    This is A Noobs Guide To Uninstalling Cydia Packager​

    1. First open installer and tap the uninstall tab at the bottom as if you were uninstalling an app

    2. tap BSD subsystem then tap reinstall, let it do its thing

    3. Now let it respring and then SSH into your iPhone/iTouch and navigate to your Applications Folder and Delete Cydia.app

    4. Now Reboot Your iPhone/iTouch and it should be gone and if you ever need to reinstall it its in the uninstall tab in installer just like BSD Subsytem

    5. And just to make sure Reinstall BSD Subsystems and do a fresh Reboot and everything should go back to normal

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  2. gradu

    gradu Banned

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    nice work mate,ill give rep =]
  3. ahmed9591

    ahmed9591 New Member

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    Thank you so much that was really helpful
  4. Tman47

    Tman47 Active Member

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    this should be stickied. and put in the iPot reference
  5. Mortel

    Mortel Active Member

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    Just a quick question: Does this uninstall the other things that may have been installed through Cydia as well?

    For example, the sudo command?
  6. Apple Guy

    Apple Guy Well-Known Member

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    Everyone is digging up old threads lately
  7. Sopis

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    Hey there!

    The cydia package was like 13,5 MB large and it installed various stuff.
    And the question is, if these apps are also erased as I find them useless in my case.
    Does this method erase completely Cydia and the stuff that installed with it? Or will it still stay on my ipod touch and take over my free space?

    Thank you very much.
  8. iPoTH4CK3R

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    i get "pakage download failed" when i try to reinstall bsd subsystem. any way to stop that.
  9. brewer-11

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    Clear queue then restart iPod should work I think
  10. Wildman94

    Wildman94 New Member

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    Whenever I try to reinstall BSD subsystem, it just "freezes" in the middle of downloading. Can anyone help me???

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