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Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Bowlerguy10, Aug 18, 2008.
It's out folks! I'm downloading now, the download size is 246 MB.
check if jailbroken ipods still work after update
I'm certain, since it's a full restore, that they're going to be reverted to stock settings and that Cydia and all applications installed through it will be gone.
Does this update actually fix the known bugs from 2.0? If it doesn't I'll have to hold off until I get home in 2 weeks because my internet here on vacation is painfully slow, and it would take me 2 days to download.
Yo... Tell us if any bugs got fixed!
winpwn and pwnage tool will need to have an update released to support the new firmware so as yet it is NOT jailbreakable firmware
Fixed one bug for me, when watching internet video (cnet loaded) you could not fast forward or rewind with it going out of sync. Now voila! it works ... I am pleased. The iPod also seems more responsive and less laggy when opening apps.
Still tries to backup as standard when syncing which seems to take forever.
Worth the download for me.
Feels to me like things are just behaving like they should have in the first place. Everything appears to be smooth and playing nice with one another.
Another bug fixed is when you get into safari, the pages does not refresh automatically any more.
It seems everything is running really nice, although, I never really had any problems with 2.0 except for the laggy keyboard in Safari.
Maybe it's just me, but after 2.0.2 my battery life seems to be much lower than before.
I got 2.0.2 and there are a few obvious improvements like the contacts lag is gone, coverflow switching is much smoother and generally things are faster and smoother.
Worth a download.
Everytime there is an update everyone says it affects their battery life. This is a load of rubbish. They have only improved things like performance. Not made things use more power. I think maybe you are just using things that take up a lot more power now. Battery life is not good on the iphone anyway. we all know that
...I'm still running 1.1.5... is the 2.0.2 worth the upgrade now or do some more bugs need fixing first?
I can't say I'm noticing much difference. Certainly no worse, but not obviously any better.
I don't know what bugs in particular you're worried about, but my Touch has been pretty solid (at least in terms of stability and functionality) since .0.1. Most of the early 3rd party app crashes have gone away, either as a result of Apple fixes, or fixes from the app developers themselves.
I can't really see any particular reason not to to do the upgrade at this time.
Ya, there are simply WAY too many variables that affect battery life to actually be able to tell if an update has affected your battery life.
Goodness, I said it might be just me
everything is fine for me. my ipod's faster than before.
Nice update. Seems faster.
and it didn't do jack crap for me. Way to go for a crappy update AGAIN apple