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  #321653 22-Apr-2010 12:56
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I'm running it on my 3rd Generation iPod Touch:

 

As you can see it looks rather nice :) 




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  #322427 24-Apr-2010 18:17
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You should really edit out that image- the NDA you agreed to said that even pictures of the UI are confidential information which can get you in a whole lot of trouble.

 
 
 
 


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  #322438 24-Apr-2010 19:19
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michaelmurfy: I'm running it on my 3rd Generation iPod Touch:

 

As you can see it looks rather nice :) 


Where did you get your background image? i would like to use it =)




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  #323078 26-Apr-2010 15:22
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I got it off the Backrounds App - downloadable from the App Store. There's quite a few of them.




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  #323094 26-Apr-2010 16:02
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michaelmurfy: I got it off the Backrounds App - downloadable from the App Store. There's quite a few of them.


Thanks i'll download that one




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  #323149 26-Apr-2010 18:04
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Going to upgrade shortly. Have any of you been able to downgrade to an official OS yet?




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  #323154 26-Apr-2010 18:23
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tardtasticx: Going to upgrade shortly. Have any of you been able to downgrade to an official OS yet?


Yeah I have successfully - but then again i'm just using a iPod Touch.
I think the 4.0 Update does the Baseband too, if this is a case you will be able to downgrade but there are some risks involved such as bricking your Baseband.

I have managed to downgrade once from 3.0 to 2.2.3 in the past using Fuzzyband - of which I see it has been upgraded to suit iPhone 3G's running 4.0, you have to first jailbreak 4.0 then install Fuzzyband.

There's a link http://www.geekword.net/downgrade-iphone-4.0-05.13.03-baseband-using-fuzzyband/ but i'm sure you will be able to find better tutorials with a Google Search. 




 
 
 
 


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  #323161 26-Apr-2010 18:38
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michaelmurfy:
tardtasticx: Going to upgrade shortly. Have any of you been able to downgrade to an official OS yet?


Yeah I have successfully - but then again i'm just using a iPod Touch.
I think the 4.0 Update does the Baseband too, if this is a case you will be able to downgrade but there are some risks involved such as bricking your Baseband.

I have managed to downgrade once from 3.0 to 2.2.3 in the past using Fuzzyband - of which I see it has been upgraded to suit iPhone 3G's running 4.0, you have to first jailbreak 4.0 then install Fuzzyband.

There's a link http://www.geekword.net/downgrade-iphone-4.0-05.13.03-baseband-using-fuzzyband/ but i'm sure you will be able to find better tutorials with a Google Search. 


So I can just manually select 3.1.3 OS for iPod and restore that way and it should go through easy? Theres no way in hell mum will let me do this to her 3GS lol




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  #323200 26-Apr-2010 19:45
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I just tried installing it but its not letting me for some reason. It says the registration servers couldn't be reached or something. D:




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  #323222 26-Apr-2010 20:16
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It needs to be able to contact the internet, as the developer builds have activation to ensure they're going on a registered development device.

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  #323225 26-Apr-2010 20:21
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tardtasticx: I just tried installing it but its not letting me for some reason. It says the registration servers couldn't be reached or something. D:


The iPhone has to have it's UDID Registered on a Dev Account, otherwise you might see either the Purple screen of death or just not able to activate it.

Don't install the iPhone OS on a non dev registered device, as it will not work.  




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  #323240 26-Apr-2010 20:37
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nah it is registered. and mines an ipod and i only get a black screen




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  #323280 26-Apr-2010 22:13
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Is it not allowed for apple developers to register other peoples udids?

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  #323326 27-Apr-2010 01:04
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That's correct - if you have a mate or even a fellow Geekzone Member who's willing to register your UDID then you are set for all Beta versions of the software, the only thing is if you go this route you will need to find the firmware images on Torrent Sites.

Devs can register up to 100 devices on their accounts. 






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  #323822 27-Apr-2010 18:55
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any fellow geek want to add me to the dev list haha

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