Jailbreak recommendations

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.x Jailbreak' started by nik442, Apr 5, 2008.

  1. nik442

    nik442 New Member

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    Right now I'm on 1.1.1 jailbroken, and im content with everything I've got on my ipod.

    ...But should i upgrade to the 1.1.4 jailbreak, or the 2.0 jailbreak for that matter?

    Are there any pros/cons to either staying as I am, or jailbreak newer firmwares?

    thanks.
  2. tomatoblood

    tomatoblood New Member

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    Its really your choice.
    Im running 1.1.1 'cuz I can actually work 99.99% of the public applications. On the higher firmwares, it may be fast and less buggy, but there are less applications you can use on it. For example, the 1.1.4 firm, where there are still some problems on Summerboard & Customize (correct me if I'm wrong) and stuff like that.

    Yeah, so I'd go with a lower firmware, but in the end, its all your choice. And if you really want to update, I'd wait till june and the official 2.0.

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  3. nik442

    nik442 New Member

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    but hows the beta for 2.0 right now? is it still really buggy and risky to put on your ipod, or what?
  4. apple123

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    I HIGHLY reccommend staying in 1.1.1. Do this so you don't lose all of your applications and have to go through the painful process of re-installing all your apps, music, videos, etc. 1.1.2 is okay also, but 1.1.3 and 1.1.4 both put my iPod into Recovery Mode by itself. So I repeat, DO NOT upgrade or re-jailbreak any firmware. Stay in 1.1.1.

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  5. veryniceipod

    veryniceipod Retired Moderator

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    Definitely do not go to 2.0; way too many apps and about 2% (not even) application compatibility.

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