How to add applications to iPhone?

john_T

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Hey Guys

I am pretty lost in the iPhone scene right now. I just got it for Christmas, and I want to put some custom applications in it. Can someone help me please?
 

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john_T

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Is that a typo, there is not a 1.1.3 yet?
Oh it probably is lol wait up.....I updated to the last update? So i can still jailbreak?

And with jailbreaking. Is there any risk?(bricking from Apple, bricking from stupidity by me, etc.) Will I be able to update when an update comes out?
 

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Oh it probably is lol wait up.....I updated to the last update? So i can still jailbreak?

And with jailbreaking. Is there any risk?(bricking from Apple, bricking from stupidity by me, etc.) Will I be able to update when an update comes out?

you can jailbreak 1.1.2
 

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Ok man. Is there any risk?
 

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theres nothing that cant really b fixed with a restore
 

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but jailbreaking voids your warranty... but if u do need to take it to the Apple store just restore it to factory settings :laugh2:
 
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Wait so I jailbreak,I lose my warranty. If I jailbreak and restore, I get my warranty back:D?
 

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Wow:D I am already activated. Will jailbreaking delete my contacts phone(sim) information?

BTW
That link you gave me. It says I need to download the 1.1 firmware file. Is that needed for jailbreaking a 1.1.2 iPhone? Because I am on 1.1.2.
 
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Wow:D I am already activated. Will jailbreaking delete my contacts phone(sim) information?

BTW
That link you gave me. It says I need to download the 1.1 firmware file. Is that needed for jailbreaking a 1.1.2 iPhone? Because I am on 1.1.2.
The 1.1.1 firmware file is needed when you jailbreak a 1.1.2 iPhone because in order to jailbreak a 1.1.2 iPhone you have to downgrade to 1.1.1.
 

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is there a success rate? Is there a chance that I can screw up. And can I update when a new update comes out?
 

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is there a success rate? Is there a chance that I can screw up. And can I update when a new update comes out?

Everyone uses this, so success is good. If you screw up you can always restore with no problems, it may take you a coulpe of times. I would first read through all the posts to see what other problems people had and the solutions to them.
 
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is there a success rate? Is there a chance that I can screw up. And can I update when a new update comes out?
Yes there is a high sucess rate, look at how many people thanked that guy for the post. Anybody can screw up if they don't follow directions. You can update to the latest firmware when it comes out unless you have unlocked your phone.