Prepare for the 1.1.3 Update

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by ntrigue, Jan 13, 2008.

  1. ntrigue macrumors 68040

    ntrigue

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    Many users noted when viewing the 1.1.3 leaked video that it must be a fake because the iPhone still had the hacked users name near the reception bars; 'Nate'

    His response: "the reason it says “Nate” is because he had a jailbroken phone on an earlier firmware and when it updates, it reapplies that file that had the changes from the user partition. erica sadun’s app that changes this saves the file in the user partition. he probably changed it when it was a jailbroken 1.1.2. also, he is not going to release the 1.1.3 firmware that he has from his source, because they believe that it may have been watermarked. (possibly traceable) and he does not want to give away his source / get sued by apple for leaking it. YOU CAN’T DOWNLOAD IT ANYWHERE ONLINE RIGHT NOW."

    As it stands someone with a customized iPhone would have to manually put everything to default and only then update to 1.1.3? Could you imagine having a 'jailed 1.1.3' but it still says your name where the AT&T was? Apple would refuse service immediately. Your thoughts...
     
  2. Corvillus macrumors member

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    Yeah...you probably should reset the carrier to default before updating otherwise it's pretty obvious that your phone was hacked, bye bye warranty. In fact, there was a post on TUAW about an app that does exactly that.

    http://macdaddyworld.com/2007/12/31/caption-crunch/
     

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