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    Default Rollback to 1.0.2?

    Does anyone know if this is possible? I havn't/won't update my phone... I'm just thinking if a friend buys one in a month and it has 1.1.1 on it will I be able to roll it back and unlock it for him?

    anyone out there with an ATT iphone w/ 1.1.1 care to try?

    Thanks!



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    Firmware 1.1.1 is not out yet how to try .

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    Hold shift (PC), CTRL (Mac) while selecting restore. You get an open file dialogue that you direct to your 1.0.2 firmware restore file.

    You can find that file now, and save it (if you need to). I don't know if iTunes deletes the existing firmware file when it downloads the new one. Of course if that happens, the community will be rapidlysharing the file, if you catch my drift.

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    Selecting the old firmware does not work with 1.1.1. installed. It starts to install and then stop with "error number xxx"

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    This afternoon, Apple released iPhone update v1.1.1. The update carries with it an ominous warning. "If you have modified your iPhone's Software, applying this software update may result in your iPhone becoming permanantly inoperable." As quite a few had feared, Apple has completely disabled the ability to install 3rd party applications. Among other things, new in this update is the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store which allows over-the-air downloads of tracks from the iTunes Store.

    iPhones which previously had 3rd party applications installed do not seem to be bricked. Using this update on unlocked iPhones will result in an "Incorrect SIM" message.

    Alongside the iTunes Wi-Fi store, Apple has also included a few features only found on the iPod Touch. The first seems to be the addition of TV out via the dock port. Apple has also added the ability to bring up iPod controls from within any application, simply by double clicking the home button. They've also added closed-captioning for video and an option to disable EDGE.

    Updates Included (noted by MacRumors):

    iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store

    Louder speakerphone and receiver volume
    Home Button double-click shortcut to phone favorites or music controls
    Space bar double-tap shortcut to intelligently insert period and space
    Mail attachments are viewable in portrait and landscape
    Stocks and cities in Stocks and Weather can be re-ordered
    Apple Bluetooth Headset battery status in the Status Bar
    Support for TV Out
    Preference to turn off EDGE/GPRS when roaming internationally
    New Passcode lock time intervals
    Adjustable alert volume
    In anticipation of the European release, Apple has added extra dictionaries to the iPhone. In the past, users typing in a different language had to fight with the keyboard which was based on English words. With the addition, users speaking other languages will be able to accurately type using the iPhone's predictive keyboard.

    The update is available via iTunes and weighs in at 152.3MB. As with all software updates, if you've hacked your iPhone or installed 3rd party applications, you will need to do a full restore, so sync first! Unlocked iPhones are re-locked during the update. If you rely on 3rd party applications or a SIM unlock, do not update your iPhone until a workaround has been found.

    This story will be updated as details come in.

    Updated at 4:20PM: iPhones unlocked with anySIM or iPhone SIM Free will put your iPhone in a permanent unactivated state. Do not update your iPhone if you've used any of these


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    Quote Originally Posted by sakurachung View Post
    Firmware 1.1.1 is not out yet how to try .
    Uhhh where have you been?

 

 

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