Some words about the NateTrue jailbreak. You're just doing a fake restore with a decrytped .bin file, so it doesn't matter if it's the iPhone software. It's not supposed to be that way, who knows what damage you could be doing. Also, remember that the SDK is coming soon. You'll be happy to know that Nate's method makes any SDK applications unusable, because it doesn't put the Nikita daemon in place, which is the application delivery system. Stop using and supporting a crappy method, downgrade to 1.1.1 and jailbreak to 1.1.2. Don't stay on 1.1.1, if you don't upgrade to 1.1.2, your music purchased from iTunes won't work anymore, as a new DRM system was put in place and 1.1.2 gives you the ability to play it. Also, the Dev Team recommends being on 1.1.2 for their jailbreak. They will be testing it tonight, hopefully for a quick release. P.S. Something interesting, the 1.1.3 touch firmware can be decrypted with the same key as the iPhone firmware. If you want to mess around with it, download the iBrickr pack and on a Unix system, run the following in the same directory: strings ibrickr.exe | grep vfdecrypt Run that string, of course using vfdecrypt, and changing 43 to 42 in the .dmg name; it will give you a decrypted filesystem .dmg. Please Register or Log in to view images Sticky maybe? If you're reading this thread from the start and want the general ideas, see this post.