Thinking about Updating to 1.1.3??

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  1. Faktor4

    Faktor4 Active Member

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    Guys, i have been wanting to wiggle for so long. (wiggle icons on springboard)

    Well, i couldnt really find a direct and simple way to soft upgrade 1.1.3 until i found ijailbreak.

    So, i set up a repo. This is NOT just for jailbreaking! I will also add my apps in the repo when i release them. Until i release them, if you want to Jailbreak 1.1.3 and get all the apps and the wiggle feature, try my method. I included all the things you need in the repo.

    modmypod.net/repo.xml

    iJailbreak will let you jailbreak 1.1.3 from a jailbroken 1.1.1 or a jailbroken 1.1.2.

    Choose what method in the repo (Depending on what firmware you are coming from)

    -I suggest using the 1.1.1, So... Restore to 1.1.1, and go to jailbreakme.com.

    after your jailbroken, add my source, modmypod.net/repo.xml

    ::YOU MUST INSTALL BSD SUBSTEM BEFORE YOU INSTALL ANYTHING::

    Go under categories and look for A27 DevTeam.

    Run the iJailbreak 1.1.1 install.

    Then, DO A COMPLETE REBOOT!! (This step is very important)

    Then, run the iJailbreak application on your springboard. Wait about 20 minutes and let it do its job. If it seems to have frozen for a period of 15 minutes or more, reboot it yourself.

    You are now jailbroken on 1.1.3,

    Now, head over to installer and install my "Iphone apps+wiggle"

    This will take about 5 or 6 seconds, and you have the apps.

    Enjoy!!!, this method hardly has any bugs.




    Keep your eyes peeled for apps i will be releasing from now on!
  2. FlyingPhoenix

    FlyingPhoenix New Member

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    iJailbreak help

    I downloaded iJailbreak 1.1.2 to 1.1.3. and followed all your steps. It downloaded restore .zip in private/var but I'm still 1.1.2. Any help would be appreciated.
  3. Danls92

    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    I have to say that I was dead against 1.1.3, but I decided to give it a shot, and Faktor helped me through the entire process. It is now working perfectly, and I couldn't be happier.
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    FlyingPhoenix New Member

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    any thing you could pass on to me?
  5. Danls92

    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    So you ran iJailbreakMobile? Did it seem to go through the entire process?
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    FlyingPhoenix New Member

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    yeah it dowloaded to 100% and told me restore.zip was private/ so i exited then thinking it was done. do I need to try again and just let it sit for a while once it hits 100%? Really appreciate the help btw.
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    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Yeah, you need to let it go through a whole bunch of steps until it restarts your ipod, you stopped it after the 1st step of around 20

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    . This takes a fair amount of time.

    I don't know if you need to restore, but I'm thinking that you will.
  8. FlyingPhoenix

    FlyingPhoenix New Member

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    thanks man. n00b question: when you say restore what exactly do you mean? Back to 1.1.1? I'd really rather not lose all my apps and stuff if I dont have to. Could I just delete the .zip using SCP and start over?
  9. Danls92

    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Yes, restoring would mean wiping to a clean slate, and loosing everything (it is what I had to do). I don't know about just deleting the .zip, I'd ask faktor, he knows much more about this than I do.
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    thanks again. imma go try that out. good night.

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