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# 33134 30-Apr-2009 18:36
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I have a jailbroke iPhone with 2.2 firmware on it and I have Assassin's Creed that is designed for 2.2.1 firmware on my computer (from Appulous). I know that it will still work on 2.2 but iTunes won't let sync it onto my phone because "I need newer firmware" . Is there another way to put it on?

The Cydia App FWchanger, I heard, is quite dodgy and can screw up your phone.

Thanks

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  # 211015 30-Apr-2009 20:04
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Upgrade to 2.2.1 via itunes and then jailbreak again.. pretty simple..



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Master Geek


  # 211021 30-Apr-2009 20:20
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Yeah. But that involves re installing all the jailbroken apps.

 
 
 
 


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  # 211049 30-Apr-2009 21:28
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quoting gehenna


There is software available via Cydia to backup your Cydia sourced apps so that they can be reinstalled after jailbreaking again. More info here:http://rdsbc.wordpress.com/2008/11/10/backup-cydia-applications-using-aptbackup-appstore-using-itunes-before-upgrade/.

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Master Geek


  # 211055 30-Apr-2009 21:37
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Okay. Thanks for the help. I'll wait for 2.3 or something then.

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  # 211111 1-May-2009 01:56
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OS 3.0 is coming out soon :)

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