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# 41437 16-Sep-2009 11:51
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Just in case folks haven't seen iPhone/iPod Touch OS 3.1 is now jailbroken, but NOT available for 3GS/2G iPod Touch/3G iPod Touch users. At the moment it is only for iPhone 2G, 3G and iPod Touch 1G ONLY.

http://modmyi.com/forums/iphone-news/684623-iphone-os-3-1-jailbroken-not-iphone-3gs.html






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  # 256115 16-Sep-2009 13:22
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And no redsn0w yet.




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  # 256805 18-Sep-2009 11:54

Don't know why anyone is rushing to upgrade to 3.1, it's full of bugs and other issues.

Happy with 3.0.1 jailbroken :D.


Out of couriosity, who here backed up their ECID? I was told to only get the iBEC and iBSS files (which I did), but apparently it wasn't enough. I didn't see the Cydia "on file" feature until it was too late :(. (here)

 
 
 
 


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  # 256874 18-Sep-2009 15:08
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The main reason I am interested in updating is to be able to organise my screens from my PC.

The only reason I jailbreak is to get access to SBSettings and the brightness slider, which I use twice a day.




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