After updated to 1.1.3

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.3 Discussions' started by Mike3300, Feb 16, 2008.

  1. Mike3300

    Mike3300 New Member

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    I've jailbroken my iPod touch from 1.1.1 to 1.1.2 to 1.1.3 and now it's running great so far. Ater I've done that, my space is 7.27GB instead of 7.37GB with iPhone apps installed. I checked on iTunes, I have 100MB+ on the others section. How can I clear the unnecessary files?

    Btw, whenever I launced iTunes on my PC the January Software Upgrade always appear on my iPod page before the menus. How to make it dissappear? I've click Remind Me Later but results iTunes can't process... bla bla bla.

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  2. frnkyn

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    i think thats normal to hav 109 mb
  3. lillster

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    it is not normal to have 109mb, wwn i did update from 1.1.2 to 1.1.3 i has 87mb, this "other" section you have is basically the ipods firmware and the apps from tje installer, its also themes and ttr taps and other shizzle of the kind
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    Install BossTool from Installer.
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    Mike3300 New Member

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    The thing is I don't know how to use it, I scared I will mess it up and I'm lazy to jailbreak it again and stuff.
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    Ok...

    1.) The "other" section in iTunes IS all the Jailbreak Stuff.. (Installer, Apps, Mods, game files, etc, etc, etc)

    2.) It is NORMAL to have 100 meg in "other" or have even 373 meg in "other".

    3.) The ONLY (easiest) way to be able to install any other applications without your iPod to start locking up because of lack of Application space is to use Boss Tools.

    4.) Before installing Boss Tools, make sure you have the newest BSD Subsystem installed (Version 2.1 Currently)

    5.) Boss Tools will NOT hurt your iPod.

    6.) GO FOR IT!
  7. Mike3300

    Mike3300 New Member

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    After installing BossTool and relocate my fonts and apps I now have 200MB plus. Gosh, jailbreaking it again.

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