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Discuss [1.1.3] JailBreak - Fixes for things that go wrong at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; It seams that installing the "Community Sources" through installer drops the "1.1.3 soft upgrade" package. ...
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    It seams that installing the "Community Sources" through installer drops the "1.1.3 soft upgrade" package.
    Add STE source to installer and you'll be fine. Ste Packaging: http://psmxy.org/iphone-apps


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    Quote Originally Posted by joeker View Post
    what about the error msg
    "You have iPhone version ."
    when running jb113 on a mac.
    seems to happen with 1.1.1s OTB a lot
    have any fix for that?
    Bad News:

    This is Because this patch Work in MacIntel Only....

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    hajj_3 my O2_UK.plist doesnt appear in the directory you indicated (it did in 1.1.2) so can i drag and drop the O2-UK.plist i backed up when i was still on 1.1.2. Thanks in advance

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    I'm having troubles with locateme/Navizon and google locate...

    Navizon and locateme used to work with 1.1.1 but no more with 1.1.3. Despite good signal I get the 'failed to obtain cell information' error.

    My iphone history is 1.02 (anysim unlock) -> 1.1.1 (ipsf fix) -> 1.1.3 (soft) and I suspect this may be part of the problem, 1.1.2 -> 1.1.3 (soft) seems to be a very smooth upgrade.

    Also had the 'no ringtones' bug after the 1.1.3 update, which was fixed with the patch from installer.

    Cheers,

    Rob

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    i got the SSH thing working, but I can't uninstall some programs..?
    Any fix?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bert24 View Post
    I'm having troubles with locateme/Navizon and google locate...

    Navizon and locateme used to work with 1.1.1 but no more with 1.1.3. Despite good signal I get the 'failed to obtain cell information' error.

    My iphone history is 1.02 (anysim unlock) -> 1.1.1 (ipsf fix) -> 1.1.3 (soft) and I suspect this may be part of the problem, 1.1.2 -> 1.1.3 (soft) seems to be a very smooth upgrade.

    Also had the 'no ringtones' bug after the 1.1.3 update, which was fixed with the patch from installer.

    Cheers,

    Rob
    Rob,
    Were you able to get LocateMe work?

 

 
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