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Subject: Cydia – “Unable to Load” error on iPad 1st generation
Question Posted by : Rage
Device Name : iPad
I’ve just jailbroken my iPad 1st generation using greenpois0n rc6.1. I am new to jailbreaking but I used the online tutorials to get the job done . My iPad is running iOS 4.2.1 and followed the tutorial exactly. I’m not sure if it matters but this appeared on the screen during the jailbreak process .
“Unable to find gBdevList
Unable to find fs_mount
Unable to find fs_unmount
Unable to find fs_load _file
However, the loader was installed fine and Cydia was installed from the loader.
After opening Cydia, it notified me that version of Cydia was no longer supported and I needed to upgrade, soon after a pop-up appeared to upgrade, which I allowed the upgrade. Now when I open Cydia, an error fills the screen :
“Unable to Load
(The certificate for this server is invalid. You might be connecting to a server that is pretending to be “cydia.saurik.com” which could put your confidential information at risk.)”
Was the update I allowed a fake update, has this happened to others before? I have Googled this problem and have come up empty-handed. What can I do to fix this ?
Will this be fixed by installing a clean working version of Cydia and how do I do that ? Or does this mean it is not properly jailbroken and I need to try jailbreaking again ? Do I need to use Redsn0w ? I read about jailbreaking with tethered redsn0w and making it untethered with greenpois0n, but the link to the tutorial is broken, can anyone help me with this ?
Go to Settings > General > Date & Time > Set the Right Time & Date and try again. Also try joining a different wi-fi hotspot and launch Cydia this time . You can always rejailbreak your iPad and fix the problem. Please follow the iPad Jailbreak tutorial in the blog and use the correct jailbreak tool supported on your firmware .
Question Edited by Sourish