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It is the standard pre depends error with cydia, except i don't have ifile nor shsh. How should i fix the problem without needing to restore since i take a lot of time. thanks!

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Seeing that you have no way to access inside the phone that would be a problem. My best recommendation is restore. Use app backup in cydia and always enable ssh.

If you use themes make a document on your computer with everything you need. after a while it becomes second nature.

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  • Open this "hosts" file in Notepad (for Windows) or TextEdit (for Mac OS X) and add this
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