Is there an easy way to delete all your sources?

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  1. Everts321

    Everts321 New Member

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    I downloaded an app that gave me tons and tons of sources. I don't want 3/4 of them. Is there an easier way to delete them than deleting them one by one. My installer is extremely laggy and it takes about ten seconds to delete just one source. It also takes 10 minutes to refresh all the sources. So i was wondering if there was an easier way to delete my sources.
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    in blaze company thing theres a thing you can downlaod. add www.blazecompany.googlepages.com/blaze.xml to your sources then select blaze company and you should see something saying this will remover all your sources
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    You may be able to SSH in and edit a plist somewhere.
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    Everts321 New Member

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    There are alot of sources i want to keep. So i don't want to delete all of them and retype the ones i like back in. I searched around for a way to delete them from SSH but i couldn't find any thing. Do you have any suggestions?
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    mlbplayer456 Banned

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    theres a way to delete all of them. install the all sources cleaner under the sources category.
  6. ipodtouchhaxer

    ipodtouchhaxer New Member

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    /var/root/Library/Installer then edit the .plist files.

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    /var/mobile/Library/Installer then edit the .plist files.
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    Everts321 New Member

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    How do i edit the .plist files?
    Sorry if its a dumb question.
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    You can use some kind of text editor , lets say , you open the file with, example : Open the mentioned .plist with Windows Word Pad , there you can see the contents of the file like a text and edit them.
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    rickatnight11 New Member

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    Most apps that add a flood of sources to your Installer.app will also remove them with you uninstall the app. (ie AlliPodHax Sources)

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