1. Silenus's Avatar
    Can someone please help me with this problem.

    I updated the logome app with cydia today, and it took a lot of time to install saying caching firmware files...

    My battery went down as that happened, now every time I open Cydia it says Repairing on top and Loading Data with the spinning wheel.
    It's taking forever and never finishes loading data.

    How can I fix this problem.

    I tried to open cydia without wifi so that the message of half installed package appears, but it is not showing.

    Is there a route on where this half installed packages go so I can ssh to it and delete it, that way cydia doesn't try to install it again?

    Please help, I need to use cydia.

    Silenus.
    2009-02-02 06:15 PM
  2. chongchinchun's Avatar
    Same problem here!

    Once i start my Cydia, it stuck on Repairing -- Half Configure -- Setting Up com.my3g (4.3.6)

    This happen after try to update my3g in cydia, but half way trough it stop and i re-start my iphone.

    iPhone 4
    FW: 4.0.1
    Jailbreak by Jailbreakme
    my3g is crack by Elpelle6

    Below already try but no luck!

    1) Open Mobile Terminal/Terminal via SSH.
    2) Type:
    su
    alpine
    dpkg --configure -a

    Mobile Terminal stuck on setting-up com.my3g !!!



    help please.....
    2010-09-30 05:13 AM
  3. iYeow's Avatar
    Same problem here!

    Once i start my Cydia, it stuck on Repairing -- Half Configure -- Setting Up com.my3g (4.3.6)

    This happen after try to update my3g in cydia, but half way trough it stop and i re-start my iphone.

    iPhone 4
    FW: 4.0.1
    Jailbreak by Jailbreakme
    my3g is crack by Elpelle6

    Below already try but no luck!

    1) Open Mobile Terminal/Terminal via SSH.
    2) Type:
    su
    alpine
    dpkg --configure -a

    Mobile Terminal stuck on setting-up com.my3g !!!



    help please.....
    You are getting this because you are using pirated copy. No piracy is allowed here.
    2010-10-01 07:54 AM
  4. 5h4d0w's Avatar
    Is there a route on where this half installed packages go so I can ssh to it and delete it, that way cydia doesn't try to install it again?
    I believe that .deb files are stored in "/var/cache/apt/archives/partial"

    You could try checking in there and deleting anything you find.
    2010-10-02 04:20 PM
  5. sunnythedon's Avatar
    it worked fine for me
    just delete the package that creating problem
    2010-11-27 10:12 PM
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