When 2.0 arrives

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X' started by mlbplayer456, Jun 13, 2008.

  1. mlbplayer456

    mlbplayer456 Banned

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    when it is released should i restore to 1.1.4 then upgrade to 2.0 cause with 1.1.1 update for iphones it bricked them if they were unlocked or jailbroken. So thanks
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    IMMA FIRIN MAH CRYSTAL BALL!

    Why not wait till the device and firmware are actually released to the public? No one here has the ability to see in the future.
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    snpri3 New Member

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    HA HA! > wow people are so unpatient these days
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    thechungster Super Moderator Emeritus

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    well said
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    mlbplayer456 Banned

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    hey well is there a problem with someone being concerned if their ipod's gonna be bricked ot not!!!?!?!

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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Well, do you HAVE to upgrade? Is the Update MANDATORY? I don't see anywhere that it is mandatory. Also, does Apple control your mind? Does AT&T control your every action?

    You can still wait till the firmware is actually released and let other people test it out before you update.
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    jfb392 New Member

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    You don't understand why 1.1.1 devices were bricked, so please read this.
    I don't know if you're using an iPhone or iPod touch, but a "brick" won't happen anymore if you're using some form of Pwnage.
    You can't "brick" an iPod touch, sorry.

    When an update or restore occurs, disk0s1 is wiped, which contains the OS and applications, so you won't have any problems if you don't clean restore.
    If you're using an iPhone, you can't brick your baseband.
    Your baseband will be overwritten if you use a clean Apple restore, and if you use Pwnage, it won't upgrade your baseband.
    Well, at least currently, it will most likely unlock your baseband on the gold version.
    These are simple byte patches and they don't touch important sectors, so you'll have no problems either way.
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    iTouch_Walid New Member

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    I didn't understand most of that because it's too advanced for me, but one thing I do know is...

    mlbplayer456 GOT TOLD!

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