Soo, cydia is a pain..

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by Stemoy, Oct 5, 2010.

  1. Stemoy

    Stemoy Active Member

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    No I'm not a Rock fan at all, I've stuck with cydia basically since I've jailbroken. That's not the problem. See on my Touch it was all fine and chipper. On my 3G it is :/ sloww. Mainly just for reloading stuff like on the start-up. and I can't go to the update/changes page. Any way I can make it faster??
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    Remove sources and turn off downloading of different category packages that you don't plan on downloading (such as themes)
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    vahnx Banned

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    You can try NoCyFresh but I could never get it working.
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    DO NOT USE NoCyFresh it can damage your iPod and possibly brick it Cydia refreshes because it needs to refresh not because it want to annoy you.

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    Well the term 'brick' is a bit over-hyped. It could portentially do software damage to the device (seen not a single case but who knows) and worst cast scenario, you can always restore. But other than removing sources, there's no other way to speed up Cydia, and since they killed Rock, you're forced to put up with only a single package manager... Well Cydia and the App Store.

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