is it ok to restore and update to 1.1.2 after jailbreaking 1.1.1

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pheevah

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Oct 31, 2007
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So I used jailbreakme.com to jailbreak my iPhone and it's starting to act a little funny. So, I'm going to restore it. I have it connect to iTunes and hit the restore button, it says that 1.1.2 is available, asks if I want to back up, which I do, and then it says do I wanna restore AND upgrade to 1.1.2.... not 1.1.1.... so my question is, am I going to brick my iPhone if I do a restore and update to 1.1.2? I'm nervous.
 

pheevah

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Oct 31, 2007
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have you unlocked your iPhone?..... If you haven't unlocked it then the new updated firmware will not brick your iPhone.
I don't THINK I unlocked it. I'm still using AT and T, am an AT and T customer, and just jailbroke it. Are the two things ubiquitous or do they mean two separate things?
 

termleech

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Sep 7, 2007
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If you just jailbroke it and didn't install any of the unlocking stuff (which I don't know why you would if you are an AT&T customer), then your phone wont' be bricked.
 

pheevah

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Oct 31, 2007
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If you just jailbroke it and didn't install any of the unlocking stuff (which I don't know why you would if you are an AT&T customer), then your phone wont' be bricked.
I don't think that i DID unlock it per se. I installed installer.app, and a bunch of apps through that, but I don't THNK anythnig that unlocks any sim chips or anything. Just games and stuff.

I'll try it tonight. Hopefully there's no issues. ANyone else try it?
 

overbo0st2k4

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Oct 17, 2007
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I unlocked my iPhone just to see if my brother's t-mobile service would work on it.

If I wanted to upgrade to 1.1.2, what would be the best route to take?


Thanks.