Tuesday, November 3, 2015

How To Fix Cydia Fetch Error On iOS 9 Jailbroken Device

We offer the useful guide to fix iOS 9 jailbreak failed to fetch issue for those user who have encountered with this annoying issue on Cydia. According to users reports they faced with fetch error on Cydia after successfully jailbreaking their iDevices using Pangu jailbreak tool for Mac.

One of the frustrated users stated that when he has launched Cydia for the first time, it has taken some time “Preparing Filesystem” and it has resprung the device as usual. But when he has launched Cydia, he has kept getting “Failed to fetch http://apt.saurik.com/dists/ios/1240.10/main/binary-iphoneos-arm/Packages.bz2 Hash Sum mismatch” error, as shown on the picture below. In result Cydia wasn’t able to load all the repos and the packages, making it impossible to install new jailbreak tweaks. With this problem you are pointless on what to do with your jailbroken device.

He added that he has tried several tips to fix the issue such as erasing Cydia and relaunching it, rebooting iPhone, using the volume up trick while rebooting, but it did not seem to help. He has been getting the “failed to fetch” error again. Tapping on Refresh also resulted in the same error.

How To Fix Cydia Fetch Error On iOS 9 Jailbreak

We found out one solution that helped us to fix this error.

Step 1.Toggle OFF Wi-Fi from Settings > Wi-Fi.

Step 2. Toggle ON Cellular / Mobile data from Settings > Mobile > Mobile Data (Some users will have Cellular data instead of Mobile data).

Step 3.Now launch Cydia app, click on Sources located at bottom.

Step 4. Click on Refresh option located in top-left corner.

Step 5. At this moment, the "failed to fetch" error message should resurface, albeit without the second part - "Hash Sum mismatch", as seen in the earlier message.

Step 6. Again click on Sources tab in Cydia and click on the Refresh option. Cydia will reload the data successfully this time.

Hope this iOS 9 jailbreak failed to fetch issue fix guide will help you to resolve the problem.


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