IMPORTANT, DOes ipod touch 2G have less errors?

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  1. Aguilito

    Aguilito New Member

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    hello guys, im surprising because i found that ipod touch 2G have less errors than 1G.
    Im talking about freezing screen, black screen, white screen freezing
    that problems have ipod touch 1G, i never see an ipod touch 2G that have that problems.
    SO my question is: Does ipod touch 2G can have a problem like those?

    i wait for ur answers
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    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    You mean less bugs? Yup. Apple fixed some bugs in 2.2 and the firmware is now stable.
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    It's far from stable, but it's better. Safari still crashes on intensive websites and you generally have to reboot after installing large applications, or else they'll crash.
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    you mean, if you install something downloaded by safari, the ipod will be crash sh*t?
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    I'm not sure if the iPod "will be crash sh*t", but first off, you don't download things using Safari, unless you use the Download Plugin (only available by jailbreaking). You use the App Store or Cydia to install things. What I mean is that if you're loading large websites with lots of images or Javascript in Mobile Safari, it can sometimes lag out and crash. That doesn't happen as much anymore.

    When you're installing an application that's over about 100 megabytes (NOT using Safari in any way whatsoever), sometimes you need to reboot right afterwards (if you open the app first thing, it tends to crash frequently). Again these are two separate problems.

    Firmware 2.2 is more stable than previous versions, but it still has a ways to go before I'd call it "stable".
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    oK, y understand, but, if you crash your ipod touch, WHAT CAN YOU DO?
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    Crashing isn't a big deal. It's just an application closing on its own because it runs out of memory for the time being. You can just open it again. It's nothing serious.
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    ok, thank you so much, and sorry for mi ignorance, im new here,

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    luck
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    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    the f/w 2.x are more stable than the 1.x.
    many things have been improved in the 2.x like new preset apps like mail app and maps. and an improved appstore.
    im just saying that the 2G has less errors because it runs firmware 2.x
    so it haz less errors like you said.

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    No problem! We were all new here at one time.

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    You realize that the first generation iPod touch runs 2.x as well, and that the second generation is actually plagued with even more hardware-related issues than the first (wifi problems, app crashing is more common, etc)?

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