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Hi guys. Just wondering if there is a way around this. I'm trying to get a certain app from the app store but it is telling me i need 4.1
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    Default App needs 4.1OS
    Hi guys. Just wondering if there is a way around this.

    I'm trying to get a certain app from the app store but it is telling me i need 4.1 installed on my Iphone 4. I am currently running a jailbroken 4.0... is there a way of getting this app to work without going through the hassle of upgrading/jailbraking it to 4.1? Does Cydia do a fix?

    I presume 4.1 can be jailbroken?! I've been out of the loop a bit!

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    There usd to be a firmware spoofer in cydia but it was taken down. i dont think there is any way around it now.

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    Open "/System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist" and change:

    ProductBuildVersion to "8B117"

    ProductVersion to 4.1

    Not the keys themselves, but their respective strings.

    And REBOOT your iPhone/iPod/iPad.

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    I wouldn't do that... If changing our firmware was that simple, then these forums wouldn't be filled with posts regarding bricked iPhones. And not to be rude, but this notion is coming from someone who did brick their iPhone.

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