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01-05-2008, 10:29 PM #41
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good catch. thanks MMi
01-05-2008, 10:41 PM #42
thanks guys for noticing this and informing everyone to take care and becareful when installing apps to the iPhone.
01-05-2008, 11:48 PM #43
01-06-2008, 12:13 AM #44
LOL @ 11 years old.
01-06-2008, 04:46 AM #45
11 years old? ZeroCool. :P LOL
01-06-2008, 04:53 AM #46
hmm! Did Prof. Steve Jobs NOT TELL YOU THIS WAS GOING TO HAPPEN!
BLAST YOU JAILBREAKING SOFTWARE!
Pfft, c'on seriously..shoes? they've been watching that stupid youtube video.myRepoSpace.com - Easily create your own Cydia Repo.
01-06-2008, 05:09 AM #47
My son will be 5 on Jan31....I was thinking about getting him iPhone...but now i will have to think about it
01-06-2008, 06:22 AM #48
Can you Sue??
If you are one of the people who's iPhone has been damaged by this kids actions is there any chance of being able to sue him/family for damages if we have whois information and address and name details. (Which btw I do).
01-06-2008, 06:52 AM #49
01-06-2008, 06:59 AM #50think first
i understand this is a wtf situation, but please calm down first and think. if the information is true, this was a child.
please don't start that "i will sue him to hell" program. we can be very happy that it went off like this. let's be glad, that it was no real malware.
sooner or later we would have to learn that it can be dangerous to install every recent crap from the installer.
let's stop surfin the web night and day for something new about 1.1.3 and our beloved iPhones. let's get up, take some time for friends and families, a book, a walk or some sport. those of us who installed this "1.1.3 prep" already know who was the idiot in this story. please don't feel offended by my words, but one more time: this was a kid.
he will have learned something afterwards, we too. perhaps we will be thankful next time something like that happens and we are already warned.
special "thanks" to those who messed up their iPhones with that - without you others would have experienced the stress you have now. hundreds and thousands of other users are lightning a - virtual - candle for you exactly now.
01-06-2008, 07:07 AM #51
Yesterday i had to restore myn iphone , this sources F***ed up my phone.
this source is not good.
01-06-2008, 09:06 AM #52
Are you suggesting that people should be able to get money out of the perpetrator for losing the functionality of applications that wouldn't be on the phone at all had they not modified the files on their iPhone to begin with?
Don't get me wrong, I have my iPhone jailbroken and have plenty of 3rd party applications installed, BUT I would never think to sue anybody over any damage done to the iPhone because of 3rd party applications. This is because, as I stated before, it's up to me, the user, to verify the validity of the application before I install it.
I really hate the "Who can I sue" mentality that most people I've encountered this far in life have, for whatever reason, adopted.SKiTz
01-06-2008, 09:41 AM #53
A shame yes, but are you surprised at this world we live in?Talent borrows, sh*t copies, genius steals
01-06-2008, 10:50 AM #54Uninstalling the fake iPhone firmware 1.1.3 prep
Well, I am one of those who mistakenly installed this--I am reluctant to uninstall it because I obviously don't want or mess-up my iPhone--any suggestions? Should I just keep it? How can I uninstall it w/o screwing everything up?Modding Addict
01-06-2008, 11:18 AM #55
I have 2 words for these Pucker!!!
Even thought i never installed this but still wtf ! look how much had this community given to one another....
If these guys have iphones m sure they have come online for a lot of help.! and look what they r doing!! "" if u reading this right now
"F&%K you "
May their saczones and their basbands stay F***ked up
01-06-2008, 02:21 PM #56
if you added this app and are scared of removing it, ssh into your phone to the Applications directory and remove it from there without causing damage to your phone.
01-06-2008, 03:50 PM #57
I tried that, but it doesn't appear in the Applications directory--where exactly is it?Modding Addict
01-06-2008, 04:07 PM #58
What a little **** head!
I'm curious how many apps from the community he has on his phone. Better yet, what's he doing with an iPhone to begin with? He's 11! I wouldn't trust my kid with a $400 phone.
To go and break the trust of the community is a big no no. We've got guys out there that we trust to mod our basebands and such, and this kid goes out and throws a piece of **** like this out there.
On the other hand, IMHO, anyone that installs an app aimed at prepping a phone for 1.1.3 right now, kinda had it comming. But still, the trust factor alone is what pisses me off.
@Digitol: I love the ZeroCool reference! "You took down over 100 iPhones in one day! You crashed the iPhone market."
01-06-2008, 05:37 PM #59
why are there always idoits out there ruining a good thing
01-07-2008, 07:47 AM #60francisGuest
What this 'app' does is it install's Erica's command-line utilities which are all binaries inside /bin/. On uninstall, it will remove these exact same binaries whether or not your had them before. Quite a few apps rely on these binaries so if you uninstall it will possibly break those apps. You do not need to uninstall it, or remove any files as suggested. What you need to do is browse to /private/var/root/Library/Installer/ and look for LocalPackages.plist, download that file to your computer then open it with notepad or TextEdit (never with Microsoft Word), and remove the record for 1.1.3 Prep. If you are unsure how to do this, pm me on the board or contact me on irc.moofspeak.net in #modmyi (or just click the IRC link at the top left of this page) and look for 'francis' (< thats me) and I'll help you get rid of it safely.