Downgrading...Worth it for working emulators, VoIP, iSlsk, etc?

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X Jailbreak' started by Noisemaker, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. Noisemaker

    Noisemaker Banned

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    I'm seriously considering this. It seems like so little works on 2.0.x firmware, and so much works on the earlier non-appstore firmwares.

    Is it worth it to downgrade? Do all of these things still work, or are they now defunct even for the firmwares they were meant for?
  2. Gitykins

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    lol no.

    Why would you NOT stay? Last time I checked, there are emulators. iSlsk is being released fairly soon, plus you have dTunes right now.
  3. Noisemaker

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    The only emulator working for me at the moment is NES. I even got the Beta versions of GB4iPhone, gpsPhone, and SNES4iPhone, and none of them would boot. Just instant crash to the springboard.

    Even NES is pretty laggy with audio on.
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    xxhorseriderxxx Banned

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    Personally, I feal that 2.0 doesn't satisfy my needs like 1.1.4 does. I'm less attracted to flashy graphics than I am to gameplay. Personally, I'd rather stick with 1.1.4 'till Genesis and SNES get ported again. Unfortunately fer 2.0.X, it's caused a lot more complaints than it should have. Not only that, the Appstore utilities were all pretty much better through the older installer (AM, converter, graphing calculator, exe)
  5. Gitykins

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    The App Store utilites actually have to become more cultivated for Apple to accept them.

    Last time I checked, NES, gpSPhone, and quake are out and working perfectly fine. SNES is working perfectly fine.

    I couldn't really care less; if you want to be on an old dumb firmware that will never be supported, go ahead. I like my 2.0.x.

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