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Topic # 32859 25-Apr-2009 13:46
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Hey guys, finally updated my 2.5G iphone to firmware 2.2.1.

Was not too dificult to do really.

Anyways, looking for good substitute for Boss prefs that i used in 1.1.4.  Any ideas? Sources?

Also looking for the newest version of mxTube.  Heard its on Cydia?

Also i assume i need to reinstall SSH?

Any help from those of you who updated to 2.2.1 on the non legit phones would be appreciated

Cheers,

Ross




 


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  Reply # 209430 26-Apr-2009 10:50
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hey bro,

If you used pwnage tool then you should of ticked the box to install cydia and all the goodness is in there mate.
I dont know another way to install cydia other than including it when you jailbrake the phone... someone else might.

cheers,








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  Reply # 209446 26-Apr-2009 12:24
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yeah i added Cydia and Installer to it aswell.

Update: still unable to get data on the iPhone. I had turned this off with Vodafone ages ago, but since data has become cheaper i asked for it to be turned back on, more than once.

However, the phone still will not connect and I never see the "edge" thingy at the top. When i pushed the vodafone rep she said "you must have an iphone data plan with this handset". When i replied "ok, ill use my LG viewty. Turn my data back on" she mumbled something and advised me to call the tech geeks.

Hmm something fishy here.




 


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