Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.x Jailbreak' started by JYogi, Jan 17, 2008.
Which version would you rather have and why?
I was at 1.1.3 and just came down to 1.1.1
i don't have an answer to your 'why' question, but i will say this: as soon as i got my 'touch, i went with 1.1.2 - from what i've read, it's stable and up-to-date as you can get. from what i understand, v1.1.3 doesn't necessarily introduce anything new you can't get with 1.1.2.
I stayed at 1.1.1, which was more because of laziness then anything else. I heard that 1.1.2 only introduced a few small bug fixes.
I have had very very good luck so far with 1.1.1.
i have 1.1.1, but thats only because okto prep doesnt stay installed when i update to 1.1.2, and i cant jailbreak itPlease Register or Log in to view images
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you must be doing it wrong, irish93.
ive tried two ways of doing it, but neither ones work,
any help?, rofl
I could never get the 1.1.2 jailbreak to work no matter what I tried. It always got stuck in recoverey mood after I ran the jailbreak.jar and it congratulated me on successfully jailbreaking my ipod (what a cruel joke.) It wouldn't reboot, and when I manually rebooted it still was in restore mood. I tried to boot from recovery also which got me nowhere. So I just kept it at 1.1.1 which worked fine. Pissed me off though. I did my research and couldn't find anything wrong with my process. Oh well. So I guess, my advice is to try 1.1.2, but there's nothing wrong with 1.1.1.
Did you try this method? http://rupertgee.wordpress.com/2007/12/02/lets-jailbrake-the-ipod-touch-112-with-os-x/
Apparently you have to be on iTunes 7.5 to be able to do the 1.1.2 upgrade.
I'd like to ask a question as well.
Can I run the same apps that I would have ran on a 1.1.2 jailbroken ipod on a 1.1.1 jailbroken ipod?
What actually are the limitations and drawbacks of 1.1.1 over 1.1.2 besides being older?
Mmm, the 1.1.2 has a little overclock in the processor, its better for emulators like PSX
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