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    I know that this issue has been discussed previously, but I'm not sure if it has been brought up specifically with respect to Pwnage and post-2.0 updates. So I apologize in advance if this is repetitive.

    Once the dev team release a version of Pwnage compatible with the new 2.02 firmware, is it recommended to uninstall all Cydia/Installer apps and/or delete Winterboard/Customize before doing the re-pawn?

    The reason that I ask is from past experience upgrading with other pre-Pwnage tools on my first gen iPhone, I would run into problems if I didn't first delete JB apps before the upgrade. Specifically, the JB apps would not appear on the springboard, but Installer would indicate that those same apps were already installed and refuse to let me reinstall for that reason.

    So what is the recommended course of action now in the post-2.0 world?

    Thanks.



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    Quote Originally Posted by davpel View Post
    I know that this issue has been discussed previously, but I'm not sure if it has been brought up specifically with respect to Pwnage and post-2.0 updates. So I apologize in advance if this is repetitive.

    Once the dev team release a version of Pwnage compatible with the new 2.02 firmware, is it recommended to uninstall all Cydia/Installer apps and/or delete Winterboard/Customize before doing the re-pawn?

    The reason that I ask is from past experience upgrading with other pre-Pwnage tools on my first gen iPhone, I would run into problems if I didn't first delete JB apps before the upgrade. Specifically, the JB apps would not appear on the springboard, but Installer would indicate that those same apps were already installed and refuse to let me reinstall for that reason.

    So what is the recommended course of action now in the post-2.0 world?

    Thanks.
    No need to uninstall, because Pwnage always go thru Restore, which wipes your entire phone away, including non-official apps and their settings.

    Then, to avoid any extra issues, it is not recommended to restore from backup -- thus not put back modified files or unwanted settings.

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    I have synced from previous iphone backups after updating from 1.1.4 to 2.0 and from 2.0 to 2.0.1 without any problems, and i have done this with 2 driffrent 2g iPhones.

    This was done after using Pwnage 2.0.1 and 2.0.2 on a PowerBook G4
    My iPhone: 8GB 2g iPhone week 47, 2007 - 3.0 GM - Unlocked
    My Mac: MacBook Pro Unibody Week 53 2008 - 2.4 GHZ - 2GB DDR3 - 250GB Harddrive - Leopard 10.5.7 - iTunes 8.2

 

 

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