"Invalid Argument" Error?

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  1. RoosterPandemic

    RoosterPandemic Member

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    So, when I'm disconnected from the internet, I get these messages in Cydia and Safari

    Cydia:

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    Safari:

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    But I remember back on like 2.X, the message was something like "The internet is disconnected" or something like that :/

    So how can I change the messages on both Safari and Cydia?? Since they're both the SAME errors, I'm guessing there's some sort of Universal file! (XXXXX.strings or something)

    Please help!

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  2. DWY

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    This happens to me when I dont have good Wi-Fi connection, or if the Wi-Fi server I'm connected to doesn't have access. Maybe that's the case here? If your at home I'd try fiddling with the wireless settings by getting your ip address and typing it into the address bar and hitting enter.
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    Ive gotten this too. Its annoying even when I seem to have a steady connection.
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    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    He is asking if it is possible to change the strings, he knows that he has no internet connection.
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I see the problem...

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    my guess is the string is loaded from the SpringBoard.strings file in the En.lproj dir of /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app
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