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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by rabbitjetta, Nov 16, 2010.
I was wondering is there a way to run facetime on 3g network?
Yes, jailbreak it and install My3G or 3G Unrestrictor.
Is there a way without jailbreaking dont really want to mess up my iphone like my friends
Nope. No way to do it without jailbreaking. What do you mean you dont want to mess up your iphone like your friends did by jailbreaking? it's completely reversible if something goes wrong?
he restored his and he told me that it freezes and it stole 2gb. I dont know if it is true and dont really want this happening
It'll only do that if you restore it from a backup rather then set it up as a new iPhone.
You pretty much have to jailbreak if you want to use it. I occasionally use My3G, and it was really cheap---around $2 or so, and well worth it. I don't see why you should be worried about jailbreaking. It's nearly impossible for you to brick your phone or do irreversible damage to it, since you can always restore it with iTunes or DFU mode to factory-fresh settings. It is a really easy procedure too.
I used to jailbreak my device when I had the original iPhone and the iPhone 3G, and both of those ended up slowing down after a while of having them jailbroken. But the iPhone 4 has much better hardware, and as long as you don't install the programs that apply themes to your phone or other memory-intensive things, then it will function just as good as a phone that isn't jailbroken.
Have you tried the Tango app?
Facetime will eventually come to 3G and, in my opinion, sooner rather than later.
But if you're really impatient, there's no option but JB (which I wouldn't do).
+1 If you completely reinstall ios, it should look like brand new again. Restoring from backup would cause a problem.
I refuse to install Winterboard as I find that it's the sole culprit with slowdowns. I haven't had once since I stopped using it.
Love that app, I don't think i've used FaceTime since..
i use facebreak, and it's a great way to bypass apple restriction for facetime.
if u don't want to jailbreak your iPhone, then use tango app. it's cool but people who u want to facetime with have to get the tango app installed too.
Is Google having issues today? Odd... I'm having no problems searching for 'facetime on 3G'.
Thank you for your insightful comments.
What is the purpose of having a forum then, If we should just look for everything in google ? Why do people feel the need of shooting down other people's questions.
he's an ass.
if people don't post in the forum anymore, when u search for answer in google, there would be no alternative suggestion that can be found ever.
when i have problems about computers, i check on google and can find a lot of alternative answer from many sites, that really more convinience than only having 1 answer because people don't post question ever again on forum.
lucky many people post the same question on the internet and many people answer with sometimes different alternative answers.
thats what makes google as big and useful as the ass man thought.
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Lol @ all saying I'm an ass.
If the answer is already out there, why would one find it necessary to make a new thread? It would seem like a 10-second search on Google is faster than waiting for replies.
I believe that you are requested to SEARCH before making a new thread. It is mentioned in the FAQ and displayed under the 'subject' line.
Aleni, you sure sound mature, calling me an 'ass man'
lol. just kidding man. ehhhhmmmmmhmmm'asshmmmm!!...
honestly, not in the US if the telcos have anything to say about it. it would overload the cell towers easily.
At the end of the day everything is/will be data. A facetime call is a voice call the network doesn't have to process. Stop spewing this garbage.
I'm not sure why people say this.
FaceTime uses about the same bandwidth as streaming YouTube - which admittedly, the networks aren't too keen on, but it's really not that much data (about 3MB per minute, which is tiny in comparison to a lot of usage scenarios).
The real reason for carriers to object is that you can place calls to virtually anywhere without paying anything. Obviously they could recoup that with data charges (assuming you aren't on an unlimited plan).