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Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 3.0' started by Exosion, Apr 10, 2009.

  1. Exosion

    Exosion Member

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    I had a 1G iPod in 07 and I had bought the 1.1.3 update. I remember that back then, a lot of users would call after they bought it and complain that they had to buy it. Usually you were credited in iTunes. I'd try it with 3.0 if you're that upset.
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    leadergo Active Member

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    unfortunately, store credit cannot purchase software updates, heck, even apps in Canada.
  3. Exosion

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    No you buy it, but then they give you the money back if you call up angry saying you can't believe after paying $xxx for a device that now you have to pay more to upgrade features that should have been on it before.

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    It worked on the 1.1.3 update.
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    leadergo Active Member

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    hahaha never thought of it that way. but isnt that like taking advantage of Apple?
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    So what is jailbreaking? You're taking advantage of them when you jailbreak by basically using their work and then changing it it yourself, even though you know they don't want you to.
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    Yeah but jailbreaking creates more money for Apple, where as taking $10 from them loses money for them.

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