Followed instructions to jaildbreak framework 1.1.4 when i have 1.1.5

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  1. Syspiro

    Syspiro New Member

    Dec 15, 2008
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    Ok, my problem is that I followed instructions to jailbreak an ipod touch with framework 1.1.4. But at the end of the tutorial I realized I have framwork 1.1.5 because it tells me to install a package called "iPhone 1.1.4 Applications" and I realized that I can't because my framework version is 1.1.5. The tutorial is the following:

    (If you can't see it. Put "detailed instructions on how to jailbreak 114" on google and click on the first link)

    This is the part that I realized I have 1.1.5:

    * In installer, go to the Install tab, click all packages, and install BSD Subsystem
    * To get the January apps, go to the sources tab and click edit, and add OR
    * In the Install tab, go to iPhone 1.1.4 Applications and install iPhone 1.1.4 Apps
    * Add the source
    * In Installer, go to Install, All Packages, then install BossTool
    * Once installed, click home and let the iPod refresh
    * Click BossTools, Free Disk Space, then Relocate Fonts
    * You can then uninstall BossTool in Installer in the Uninstall tab

    After I added repo.blahblahblah to the sources, I tryed to install "iPhone 1.1.4 Applications" and it said that it can't because I don't have the 1.1.4 framework. The question is. Can I live without installing that, and is my ipod touch already jailbreaked or do I have to do all again? and that brings another question to my mind. Is it possible to unjailbreak an ipod touch.

    Thanks in advance
  2. Gamma

    Gamma Active Member

    Apr 2, 2008
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    iPod touch
    Upgrade to 2.2

    You can unjailbreak, by restoring.
  3. x6blues

    x6blues New Member

    Dec 13, 2007
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    You need to change your firmware tag. 1.1.5 was essentially a change in tag.
    I believe the source for iSpazio had "FWChanger" or something along those lines.
    Here is one by Khaos139

    As the above poster stated, restoring removes all traces of a jailbreak and gets the iPod back to factory settings.

    I'd recommend you not waste your time with that. You're running an old jailbreak, and it's always best to stay with the times especially when its a major transition from 1.x to 2.x. If you're paranoid, all the issues that plagued 2.0 have pretty much been eliminated from 2.2.
    It's not all for apps or any of that, there are core upgrades such as battery efficiency and speed.
    Guide here
  4. johdl5

    johdl5 New Member

    Dec 26, 2008
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    iPod touch
    Question, sorry, new here, does that mean you would have to upgrade from 1.1.5. software to what level? 2.X? Thanks for your time

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