Some report 2.0.2 may be a skip due to more bugs the fixes..

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  1. jdawson

    jdawson New Member

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    CNET (http://cnettv.cnet.com/?type=node&value=13991) and other sources are reporting that 2.0.2 may have more bugs then fixes.

    http://blogs.inquirer.net/m-ph/2008/08/21/iphone-202-update-double-bladed-sword/

    http://www.macnn.com/articles/08/08/21/iphone.speed.issues/

    I know a few people who have made the switch only to find that they get more crashes (like they did in 2.0) then less. I have found since moving to 2.0.1 on my ipod touch i still get the odd pause for no good reason but don't get the full lockups or reboots I had seen in 2.0.
  2. Frozen72

    Frozen72 New Member

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    My 2.0.2 is much better. In the 3 days I've had it I've only had 1 issue when I had to connect to iTunes. I didn't even have to restore when I plug it in if booted up(was stock on boot screen)
  3. Zee

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    2.0.2 seems better for me so far. Only had it on the iPhone since yesterday. One thing I was reading in another forum though, problems seem to be minimized if you do a RESTORE then "set up as new iPhone / iPod" as opposed to just upgrading or restoring from a backup. I haven't tried that, but I think before I go to 2.1 firmware (whenever that is released), I'll do a full restore to try and see if that makes things super stable.
  4. Marlonxp

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    Yup 2.0.2 is way better since upgrading it hasn't crashed once
  5. cameleon1267

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    from 2.0 I never had that much troubles, except some random crashes. 2.0.1 was really stable, not a single crash however I got one crash yesterday with 2.0.2. Doesn't mean much though.
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    2.0.2 is going smoothly for me so far

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