iOS 5 Beta 5 now available

Hondamaker

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If you're not a developer and you want to upgrade to beta 5 OTA, make sure you go to settings and erase all iPhone content first, then set up your iPhone from your last backup. After that you should be able to go to settings>general>software update and update from there.
 

Leo

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Me too. It says I'm up to date. iModzone hasn't updated its website with the new download links. I'd really like to get this asap!
That's really odd, I was able to update OTA with no issues whatsoever, and so were a couple of my friends who I've given beta slots to.
 

i robot

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Upgraded my idevces no proplems.

Any one know where in the settings do i active the speech to text feature on the keyboard. I hear it's not working but would like to find out how to toggle it on off?
 

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Upgraded my idevces no proplems.

Any one know where in the settings do i active the speech to text feature on the keyboard. I hear it's not working but would like to find out how to toggle it on off?
You can't yet. That's only in the "Internal" settings that haven't been shown to the public yet, much like HQ (720p, this includes 3G) YouTube and 3G FaceTime settings.
 

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Its weird. I had to do a reset on my iPhone to get the OTA update but not on my iPad.
The LED alert feature works well, as does the different vibrate for different contacts.
 

iphonewarrior

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Its weird. I had to do a reset on my iPhone to get the OTA update but not on my iPad.
The LED alert feature works well, as does the different vibrate for different contacts.
I'm still on beta 4 for the iPad 1 because the OTA update doesn't work. I've tried hard-resetting, appears it's not working.
 

patrickj

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^^^ Yup - I just did the backup to iCloud, Erase all settings and data, restore from iCloud, and then apply the OTA update routine on the iPad V1 - actually just about halfway through the OTA update now.

I could've sworn I'd read somewhere that OTA updates were going to force you to be connected to power when doing them. That didn't happen for me today - my V1 iPad is at a little above 50% charged and I've not connected to power at all while doing the update. Maybe that was only for earlier betas or ...