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Reply # 164510 15-Sep-2008 13:32
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Thanks ..

I was just reading it over in the unlockit thread.

If it was in a previous update how come it was still working on Friday (NZ Time) - I wasn't able to access the internet without the unlockit profile up till Friday local time.

Hence the reason I was under the impression it was because of this 2.1 update that made the change.

Hmm.. need to look it up..

It'll be expensive because when I'm not in Wifi coverage and check either my calendar or email it's going to start using data... argh annoying ..

Yell

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  Reply # 164519 15-Sep-2008 13:44
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Updated my 1st gen QuickPwned iPhone directly on iTunes, so far, I'm impressed! It's a whole lot better now.



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  Reply # 164520 15-Sep-2008 13:48
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I posted it here when the carrier update enabled you to change the APN

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=76&topicid=26039

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  Reply # 164522 15-Sep-2008 13:52
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Thanks


I'll head back over to that thread for further questions

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  Reply # 164848 16-Sep-2008 16:00
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DonkeyKong: Now my National Bank app won't let me log in because im not on the Newzealand timezone right down to the very second.

Does that mean you cannot use their banking app when you are overseas?  Surely not?


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  Reply # 165009 17-Sep-2008 08:50
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so did anyone decide the most full proof method of getting to 2.1 from 2.0.1?




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  Reply # 165027 17-Sep-2008 10:03
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djpaubes: so did anyone decide the most full proof method of getting to 2.1 from 2.0.1?


on a 2g or 3g?

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  Reply # 165028 17-Sep-2008 10:11
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2g currently running 2.0 with the carrier update so I lost my jailbrake




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  Reply # 165030 17-Sep-2008 10:25
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djpaubes: 2g currently running 2.0 with the carrier update so I lost my jailbrake


are you on windows or mac?

pwnagetool is your best bet for the mac.  not sure about pc though sorry. winpwn should be out soon.

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  Reply # 165031 17-Sep-2008 10:31
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yeah vista although I had to use winpwn on xp to get it to work last time... wnpwn not out? damit.




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  Reply # 165039 17-Sep-2008 10:55
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djpaubes: yeah vista although I had to use winpwn on xp to get it to work last time... wnpwn not out? damit.


nah not out yet, shouldn't be far away though.  keep an eye on blog.iphone-dev.org

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  Reply # 165072 17-Sep-2008 12:53
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My friend upgraded 1st gen from 1.1.4 to 2.1 and she has no reception
she has itunes 8 tried it dozens of times using pwnage and quickpwn on the mac seemed to work but it has no reception at all..
Tried not using a bcakup and setting up as new phone and still no reception.

anyone got any ideas on what the heck would cause this ..
she says it also has sync errors with some of her music etc.


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  Reply # 165077 17-Sep-2008 12:57
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shaneblyth: My friend upgraded 1st gen from 1.1.4 to 2.1 and she has no reception
she has itunes 8 tried it dozens of times using pwnage and quickpwn on the mac seemed to work but it has no reception at all..
Tried not using a bcakup and setting up as new phone and still no reception.

anyone got any ideas on what the heck would cause this ..
she says it also has sync errors with some of her music etc.



could be the custom firmware she made was bung.  has she tried re-creating the firmware? or just restoring the phone using it several times?  i'd delete the custom firmware and create a new one from scratch using pwnagetool.

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  Reply # 165079 17-Sep-2008 13:02
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gehenna:

could be the custom firmware she made was bung.  has she tried re-creating the firmware? or just restoring the phone using it several times?  i'd delete the custom firmware and create a new one from scratch using pwnagetool.


Thanks she said she only used quickpwn all 5 times

she has sent it back to the shop and they are going to take it back to 1.1.4 i think

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  Reply # 165082 17-Sep-2008 13:20
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is it possible going from 1.1.4 to 2.1 using only quickpwn that it doesnt do the baseband at all or properly?
I am assuming the baseband is what gives you the reception as my friend has now no reception but everything else works
Any comments ... I wonder what quickpwn does that is different to pwnage ? I am talking about iof you use pwnage in simple mode
I ask as I remember that pwnage asks for the base band files from memory where as quickpwn doesnt... unless they have somehow included the baseband files in quickpwn itself

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