View Poll Results: What version are you running on your iphone?

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  • 1.0.0

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  • 1.0.2

    9 12.68%
  • 1.1.1

    23 32.39%
  • 1.1.2

    38 53.52%
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Discuss What version are you running? at the General - Hackint0sh.org; Hi, since I'm still on 1.0.2 (true to the motto "never change a running system") ...
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    Default What version are you running?

    Hi,

    since I'm still on 1.0.2 (true to the motto "never change a running system") I was curious to know how many of you upgraded and who's using which FW version.

    Cya,
    Numl0ck
    Last edited by Numl0ck; 12-02-2007 at 09:15 AM.



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    Im using 1.1.1 and it's great, my iPhone was at 1.0.2 too but I decided to upgrade and it's the best choice i've made , I don't think I can go thru the frustrated of upgrading to 1.1.2 though because now that I love 1.1.1 so much I don't wanna be disable of having access to most of the 3rd party apps like I am right now, the point is 1.1.1 is better than 1.0.2 and easy to upgrade as well so try it
    4gb iPhone
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    revirginzed=>1.1.1 unlocked=> upgraded to 1.1.4 using ZiPhone

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    Just upgrade. There is no reason why you would not update. I am @ 1.1.2 and happy i did. Works a lot faster and less buggy.

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    102, it took me sooo long to get there im worried about going to 111

    dell xps m1710 laptop its really pretty
    core 2 duo t7600G @ 2.83ghz
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    still sitting at 1.1.1, i dont feel like restoring all of my stuff...takes time...
    8 GB iPhone 1.1.4 unlocked T-mobile USA.


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    plus, there are so many conflicting guides and dos/donts, i used anysim 102 btw

    dell xps m1710 laptop its really pretty
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    Quote Originally Posted by al217739 View Post
    plus, there are so many conflicting guides and dos/donts, i used anysim 102 btw
    it gets redundant and sometimes confusing.
    8 GB iPhone 1.1.4 unlocked T-mobile USA.

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    yeah, i know 111 is probably better, but for now its just to bigger risk, with basebands, unlocing software details etc

    i like your dingo btw!

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    I'm on 1.1.2 now from 1.1.1, coming from OTB 1.1.1!

    I'm happy and never regretted upgrading to 1.1.2. It's faster and less buggy!

    Yes, 1.1.1 is very "use-friendly" with a lot of 3rd party softwares. However, for my case, I only use handfull of selected 3rd party sw and they are working perfectly fine with 1.1.2! If you are like me, you should not worry and should upgrade to 1.1.2 asap!

    Just my 2 cents!
    -> iPhone 2G 1.1.1 (OTB)
    -> iPhone 2G 1.1.2 (Anysim)
    -> iPhone 2G 1.1.4 (iPlus2.0b)
    -> iPhone 2G 2.0.1 (Winpwn 2.0.0.4)
    -> iPhone 2G 2.0.2 (Quickpwn RC3 [1.51])
    -> iPhone 2G 2.1.0 (WinQuickpwn 2.1)

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    hi


    i am also on 102 can you tell me the advantages of 1.1.1?


    cu

    mitze


 

 
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