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Soooo recently when I updated to iOS 5 beta 5, i was on iOS 5 beta 4... i followed the instructions on this site deleted all content and settings which
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    Default Question about Beta OTA updates and Hacking
    Soooo recently when I updated to iOS 5 beta 5, i was on iOS 5 beta 4... i followed the instructions on this site deleted all content and settings which I assume put me back on iOS 5 beta 3.

    ^ That maybe be wrong

    If however that is right... then in the future... when lets say iOS 5 official release is jailbroken, when iOS 5.1 comes out... can i update... decided its not worth it... and just delete all content and settings to go back to 5.0 and rejailbreak? If thats correct... that sounds awesome...

    I may be wrong... please tell me if i am
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    I would say you are wrong on all items...when u erase all content and settings, that does not put u back on a previous iOS version. You would have to restore back to a previous version, if you can...

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    Quick question to gthug... Is everyone who's mentioning being on iOS 5 having a developer account or is there a way to get it that I'm unaware of? I think I found download links on one of these iPhone forums but always heard it'd check in with the servers to see if my phone is a developer registered phone or something.
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