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Master Geek


  Reply # 361501 2-Aug-2010 12:25
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Huh? So you can actually restore a bricked phone?

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 361532 2-Aug-2010 12:58
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yes




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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 361538 2-Aug-2010 13:03
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Sbettings

Finger swipe top of screen
Tap Wifi off
Tap Phone connection off

Turning off the Wifi and phone connection ready for placement in dock/clock uring the night.

Faster than finding the settings icon and doing it in there.

Oh and who wants to pay $100 for Tomtom app ;-)
or in fact $13 for mBox so you can use Hotmail with your iPhone! Cmon Apple, soon it will be




This changes everything. Again.

Restricting everything. Again



Firewall from Cydia is a must as well.
Install it and see how many apps and processes are constantly trying to connect through your data connection!


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  Reply # 361545 2-Aug-2010 13:15
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I've had to run a jailbroken iphone 3gs for a long time due to it being locked to an Australian carrier.
I'm assuming this JB will work on all latest MC bootloaders? Reason I never updated iOS from 3.1.2.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 361571 2-Aug-2010 14:04
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webup: Sbettings

Finger swipe top of screen
Tap Wifi off
Tap Phone connection off

Turning off the Wifi and phone connection ready for placement in dock/clock uring the night.

Faster than finding the settings icon and doing it in there.

Oh and who wants to pay $100 for Tomtom app ;-)
or in fact $13 for mBox so you can use Hotmail with your iPhone! Cmon Apple, soon it will be




This changes everything. Again.

Restricting everything. Again



Firewall from Cydia is a must as well.
Install it and see how many apps and processes are constantly trying to connect through your data connection!



Which firewall app are you referring to?

 

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  Reply # 361599 2-Aug-2010 14:31
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PoLiGnAc:
webup: Sbettings

Finger swipe top of screen
Tap Wifi off
Tap Phone connection off

Turning off the Wifi and phone connection ready for placement in dock/clock uring the night.

Faster than finding the settings icon and doing it in there.

Oh and who wants to pay $100 for Tomtom app ;-)
or in fact $13 for mBox so you can use Hotmail with your iPhone! Cmon Apple, soon it will be




This changes everything. Again.

Restricting everything. Again



Firewall from Cydia is a must as well.
Install it and see how many apps and processes are constantly trying to connect through your data connection!



Which firewall app are you referring to?

 


Firewall iP
I think its the only firewall app at the mo


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Master Geek


  Reply # 361635 2-Aug-2010 15:04
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johna8: I've had to run a jailbroken iphone 3gs for a long time due to it being locked to an Australian carrier.
I'm assuming this JB will work on all latest MC bootloaders? Reason I never updated iOS from 3.1.2.


Yes it will work on the MC model.

Comex of the iPhone Dev Team made this. This changes everything again, indeed! :D

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 361636 2-Aug-2010 15:05

Just to confirm, its pretty much impossible to brick any iOS devices. Even if everythign goes peer shaped and can't get anything on the screen you can still do a restore - its quite well thought out to be honest.



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 361655 2-Aug-2010 15:22
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Anyone tried an iPad running 3.2.1 yet?

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Master Geek


  Reply # 361656 2-Aug-2010 15:25
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Well, the only thing that may entice me to jailbreak is the MyWi app, which allows me to share my 3g connection with my WIFI-iPad. Other than that, i have no use for jailbreak really...



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 361685 2-Aug-2010 15:59
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From engadget:

Update 5: Comex reports that iPads running iOS 3.2.1 aren't presently working properly, and that MMS problems after jailbreak are a known issue.

Update 6: Good news? Saurik (of Cydia fame) has pitched in to secure JailbreakMe some better hosting. Bad news? Reports indicate that FaceTime doesn't work after jailbreak, either.

I'd hold off using it for now

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 361720 2-Aug-2010 16:37
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Facetime bug is fixed just waiting on the 3.2.1 fix. Im happy with my 3.2 ipad jailbreak i wont be updating to 3.2.1.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 361730 2-Aug-2010 16:58
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  Reply # 361736 2-Aug-2010 17:09
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ipad tethering here i come

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 361757 2-Aug-2010 17:37
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Just get my iPad 64GB Wifi model,firmware 3.2.1 jailbroken now.I use my iphone to act as a wifi spot for my iPad and watched Youtube for a few minutes ,browsing a couple of website on the iPad and about 25MB is gone(I bought $6 for 50MB on 2degrees)...Wow...I hope 2degrees will offer a good deal on the data tomorrow may be at least 3GB to 5GB...so my kid can enjoy watching youtube....

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