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phiberglass

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#1
Jailbreaking is confirmed to still work in OS X: Jailbreaking, SSH, installer.

Confirmed items that still work on Windows: Jailbreaking, SSH, Installer.

Update Notes:
iPhone Software
Version 1.0.2

• Bug fixes

This version of the software includes bug fixes and supersedes all previous versions.

For feature descriptions and complete instructions, see the users guide for your iPhone at:
<http://www.apple.com/support/manuals/iPhone/>

For more information about iPhone, go to:
<http://www.apple.com/iphone/>

To troubleshoot your iPhone, or to view additional support information go to:
<http://www.apple.com/support/iPhone>
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Platinum

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Jun 27, 2007
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My volume when listening to iPod songs through the speaker is MUCH louder. I can feel my speaker vibrating through my rubber iSkin Revo even - if I have it turned to max I can hear it very far away.
 

Redfor

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Jul 31, 2007
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I've been looking through everything, I don't notice any changes... maybe they fixed some of memory management problems or something ( causing phones to lock up from time to time or dumping to home screen ).
 

rondz

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Jul 13, 2007
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#9
I read in another forum that the terms were updated and they can cancel the service of anyone who mods? Anyone know how much truth there is to this?
Okay, I have a PC and have modded my iPhone. I just tried to install the 1.02 update and it gives you an error then it makes you restore and recover your phone so it is stock again? (I'm guessing) Then the only option you have is to restore and recover. Then you can update.

We'll see if my service gets terminated or canceled.
 

ebrunn

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Feb 6, 2007
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Okay, I have a PC and have modded my iPhone. I just tried to install the 1.02 update and it gives you an error then it makes you restore and recover your phone so it is stock again? (I'm guessing) Then the only option you have is to restore and recover. Then you can update.

We'll see if my service gets terminated or canceled.
don't worry, nothing will happen to your contract.

Yes, you will have to restore to be able to update. It sucks, I know.
 

rondz

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Jul 13, 2007
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don't worry, nothing will happen to your contract.

Yes, you will have to restore to be able to update. It sucks, I know.
Alright basically I got my iPhone working and everything but now my question is how am I going to sync it, I'm having sync problems at the moment. I've done a full restore and I'm still getting an error through iTunes. Is it because I modded my iPhone? Also, if someone is having the same problem, how do I troubleshoot this? Any help is appreciated!

Thanks
 

rondz

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Jul 13, 2007
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#13
try the whole reboot thing with the phone and computer. Modding your phone does not screw it up. Especially since its now back to factory.
Alright, thanks for the reassurance that my iPhone is fine. I just restarted both and everything is working fine now. Phew! :laugh2: I guess I'm going to join the non-modders once again until I find out it's safe to do it, I gotta build my confidence before messing with customized ringtones and system sounds again.
 

ebrunn

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Feb 6, 2007
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Alright, thanks for the reassurance that my iPhone is fine. I just restarted both and everything is working fine now. Phew! :laugh2: I guess I'm going to join the non-modders once again until I find out it's safe to do it, I gotta build my confidence before messing with customized ringtones and system sounds again.
I'm pissed cause the only thing I do each time is add a single ringtone and now this is the second time I had to go back to factory.
 

Silverado

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Jul 6, 2007
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I'm pissed cause the only thing I do each time is add a single ringtone and now this is the second time I had to go back to factory.
Since Apple didn't design the iPhone to be an open system, it is very unlikely that they'll be able to release patches that would work reliably on modified phones without first restoring them to their original state.

So you better get used to this :)
 

revdre

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Jul 4, 2007
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The volume through the ear phones is much louder when on a call than it was before the update. I haven't tested the speaker phone yet but I hope they fixed that as well.