Any one else experienceing this?

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X' started by Raist3001, Sep 2, 2008.

  1. Raist3001

    Raist3001 Active Member

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    I just jailbroke my iPhone 2G with WinPwn 2.5 to 2.0.2 from 1.1.4.

    Everything went perfectly and smoothly.

    Only thing is is that I have noticed that the firmware is a bit slow. If that is a proper description.

    The response time when you press an icon is slow.

    Is this just a buggy 2.0.2?
  2. DotSlashSlash

    DotSlashSlash Active Member

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    yes 2.x is sh** its very slow its very buggy and makes you restore alot if you have too many apps

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  3. ricardofelix95

    ricardofelix95 Banned

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    Until I upgrade it to 2.0.2
  4. bman5555

    bman5555 New Member

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    this same thing happend to me on my iphone 3g so i restoerd it 4 the 2hole summer and noww im jailbraking it before school starts
  5. jack.misner@virgin.net

    jack.misner@virgin.net New Member

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    of course its slightly laggy, it has so many more added features (push email and all that jazz...)
    i dont even notice it any more.
  6. MegaMan

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    1.1.4 lagged way more than 2.0 or 2.0.2 ever did for me

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    jack.misner@virgin.net New Member

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    i never had 1.1.4 i had 1.1.2 for about half a year then got 2.0 then skipped 2.0.1 straight to 2.0.2
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    What I've found is that the most stable 2.X firmware is 2.0.1.... Also what ive found, because i tend to restore ALOT if my phone isnt functioning up to par with me, is that u have to be very delicate with how u go about adding things to ur phone.. Cramming it with NAtive apps, fuse appstore backups thatr are 6 pages long, all in one SLAP... Isnt suggested.. Usually i know the firmware isnt functioning up to full speed when i open settings on the springboard, if it takes longer then 8 seconds to open... then i know its laggin way to much...

    so my main suggestions:

    -Restore to 2.0.1 install your native apps on Cydia first... n after you've done that...Make sure you turn the phone off then on to give it a fresh refresh..

    -Synch over your apps via itunes... n try to do it in small batches, rather then one huge load.. Keep number of pages to as minimal as u can with applications u actually use, rather then ones, that u just downloaded for the sake of having that u never use... Hope that helped
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    I am in 2.0 and I don't have any problem
    Have you install bosstools?

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