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  #324382 28-Apr-2010 19:58
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We're not allowed to do that.

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  #324441 28-Apr-2010 22:24
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Just found out why I couldn't do it. I searched error 13 and some sites told me that you cant install this from a windows based computer since the SDK is only available for OSX. -__- this is a nasty move on apples part but what can you do. Need to find a mac then. Do you think JBHIFI will mind if i rocked up with my external HD and iPod and used one of their macs to do it? lol




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You even need a copy of xcode (iphone SDK) to install the firmware. I guess they got annoyed that thousands of non developers were installing 3.0

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  #324668 29-Apr-2010 12:46
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Noodles: You even need a copy of xcode (iphone SDK) to install the firmware. I guess they got annoyed that thousands of non developers were installing 3.0


Not to install the firmware.




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tardtasticx: Just found out why I couldn't do it. I searched error 13 and some sites told me that you cant install this from a windows based computer since the SDK is only available for OSX. -__- this is a nasty move on apples part but what can you do. Need to find a mac then. Do you think JBHIFI will mind if i rocked up with my external HD and iPod and used one of their macs to do it? lol


Yes they would mind, as the SDK installer updates several system components (iTunes, Xcode).

It's also a big giant violation of the NDA - you'd be putting the Beta SDK on a public machine.  Ouch! 

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