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#62

You can install anything?

3 years old apps, meh

#63

Welcome to the forum, @TacoTheDank, and thank you for this extensive list! Do you mind adding them to the original post in this topic? It’s a wiki, so it’s editable by everyone.

#64

KDE Android Nightly builds
apps https://binary-factory.kde.org/view/Android/
https://cdn.kde.org/android/fdroid

#65

@McR Welcome to the forum and thanks for the link! Do you want to add it to the original post yourself? It’s a wiki and therefore editable by everyone. I’ve just bumped your permissions to allow you to do so. (New users normally need some time to do that.)

#66

I’ve tested the bromite FDroid Repository (https://www.bromite.org/fdroid/repo) with FDroid 1.6-alpha2 and it doesn’t work. It says it is “not signed” and that the package source wasn’t used before and I have to activate it to show the apps from the repository. But the I already activated it in the list of repositories and update the list of apps/reload all repository data.
Is this an error with the repository (other repos I added some time before are working) or with the alpha version of FDroid?
Has any other user the same problem adding bromite Repo to FDroid?

#67

Now I used the QR code from the https://www.bromite.org/fdroid/repo website and it works.
I tested some other repos: It seems like the new version of FDroid can’t deal with added repositories without a fingerprint.
On old version, it works without and the fingerprint got calculated so you can compare it manually.

#68

Agreed. The latest version is unable to manually get that. Can you raise a bump in git?

#69

What does this mean? Who should do what where?

#70

The latest version cannot somehow get repos without a FP. That is what I am saying. I do not have a git account.

#71

Lol there are apps in the main F-Droid repository that are from 2011 (8 YEARS) and haven’t been archived. I don’t think it would hurt for a side repo to exist with slightly outdated apps.

@NicoAlt
I don’t think I could when I first joined, but I can see I have the power now. Thanks :slight_smile:

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#72

Is there a way to access https://f-droid.org/archive with a regular browser without a 404 Page Not Found

EDIT: https://f-droid.org/archive/index.xml works fine with Firefox

#73

I seem to remember that F-Droid itself has a nightly repo, yet I can now only find

What’s the repo address to add above? Is it

https://gitlab.com/fdroid/fdroidclient-nightly/raw/master/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=659E1FD284549F70D13FB02C620100E27EEEA3420558CCE62B0F5D4CF2B77D84 ?

#74

Post #26 above: Known Repositories

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#75

Is there a special reason it’s not added to the list above? Is there a section (that should be added) for future/testing versions (like the 1 organized for previous/archive versions)? Else, I (or, really, anyone) should add it.

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#76

I don’t think so.

No, I think it can be added directly to the F-Droid.org part. Though I don’t have anything against it if you want to create a separate section for that.

This would be great! (I think there are some more repos posted in this topic which didn’t get added to the top list yet :sweat_smile:)

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#77

Nebulo dns changer with DOH.
https://fdroid.frostnerd.com/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=74BB580F263EC89E15C207298DEC861B5069517550FE0F1D852F16FA611D2D26

#78

Sure there is. Ever though of my repo browser? Looks a bit more user-friendly than an XML file (even if Firefox formats that): https://apt.izzysoft.de/fdroid/?repo=archive

(use the drop-down for some other repos if you like, e.g. Guardian)

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#79

List of 30+ repos

#80

404 Not Found
nginx/1.0.11

Umm, copy/paste it…

#81

Maybe your repo-browser could be linked in https://f-droid.org/wiki/page/Main_Page (or even hosted there), is there a way to address url of compatible repos behind https://apt.izzysoft.de/fdroid/index.php/list/ like nanodroid or microg ?

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