I was doing some reading into the whole kernel thing that people said was not updated in Nate's jailbreak method which will cause SDK apps not to work...
Well closer reading into the official readme of the dev team release showed me this :
Now the claim made by A developer named johnathan was :Because this is a soft update, the kernel cache is not upgraded. You will
need to ensure you are on v1.1.2, otherwise this will cause certain DRM
functionality, such as Nikita (Apple's new software installer for the SDK)
AHA! See the lies? If you use dev teams method or nates method either way you are still using the v1.1.2 kernel when on 1.1.3 so this makes the claim that nate's method can break SDK apps invalid and total bs? imo yes. They only way SDK might break according to me is if people update from 1.1.1 to 1.1.3 using nate's method...people who went from 1.1.2 to 1.1.3 should be fine imo.It looks like Nate’s update causes Nikita to break (Nikita is the component on the iPhone/iTouch responsible for installing signed software, such as the iPod App Pack and likely SDK apps in the future),” adding “We believe this is because the soft-update method that was released doesn’t update the kernel cache, so users are likely still booting into the 111 or 112 kernel, which is lacking the necessary DRM components to verify/decrypt packages with Nikita.
Now I am not against dev team or nate so this should not be seen as a flame war...im just an iphone owner who wants to know the true facts rather than baseless claims that may cause people unnessisary work of downgrading/upgrading and re jailbreaking 1.1.3 usig dev method.
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