Strange iPhone Localizable.strings in iTunes 7.7

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by maclover201, Jul 11, 2008.

  1. maclover201 macrumors member

    Jul 4, 2007
    Some of these are pretty weird.

    In the Localizable.strings of iTunes 7.7...

    "4320.306" = "You must connect using FireWire to update the iPhone “^FILENAME”.";
    "4320.307" = "You must connect using FireWire to restore the iPhone “^FILENAME”.";

    Strange, I thought that iPhone did not support Firewire.

    "4320.319" = "You must restore this iPhone with iPhone Reset Utility before it can be used with iTunes. For help, click More Information.";

    iPhone Reset Utility? A Google search of the strange term turns up nothing.

    "4320.332" = "iTunes could not sync ^0 to the iPhone “^FILENAME” because ^0 are being synced over-the-air.";

    Is this something from 2.0 or an unreleased feature?

    "4320.453" = "The software on the iPhone “^FILENAME” has expired and must be updated to a newer version.";

    Probably for the 2.0 betas.

  2. bumfilter macrumors regular

    Jan 16, 2004
    Probably a tool used by engineers who have to fix them?

    Maybe for MobileMe when MobileMe is syncing with the iPhone, iTunes will have to wait until it's finished?
  3. maclover201 thread starter macrumors member

    Jul 4, 2007
    I agree with you on the second one, but there has been an iPod shuffle Reset Utility as well.

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