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Thread: Thinking of putting the default 1.1.3 on my phone...

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    Default Thinking of putting the default 1.1.3 on my phone...
    Well I am thinking of putting the default 1.1.3 load on my Iphone. I have had it jailbroken for, well...since...1.0.

    I have really not thought about putting 1.1.3 on my iphone seeing as I have seen several people having issues with it. I wanted to get a few people to "chime" in and get some opinions.

    I like some of the things 1.1.3 have with the google maps thing (navizon seems to only work SOMETIMES). Another thing that is bugging me is a small icon on my phone next to the battery and the alarm icons...it looks like a "life preserver" or a circle with an X in it. Maybe someone could tell me what it is for?

    I have had a few issues with my phone not working in the last couple of weeks (Reason I am thinking of un-jailbreaking it), I have had to reboot it a couple times here and there to work correctly.

    Lastly, more and more looking forward to the SDK approved software for it, but I am afraid that people are going to charge $20 or so for those app's that I feel should be on the system to begin with...(same old arguement I have seen before).

    Anyway, I could use some opinions....keep it Jailbroke with 1.1.2 or upgrade to Jailbroke 1.1.3... or just blow it up and put 1.1.3 from Apple on it with no jailbreak...???? Help?!?

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    Upgrade. The integrated locate me feature works better than Navizon. I love being able to move my icons around on the springboard. All the current apps are 1.1.3 compatible now. I would recommend upgrading to 1.1.3 and using ziphone (3 mins) rather than the dev team method just b/c it takes FOREVER. (hour and 15 mins). Thats my 2 cents...

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    I agree. I would do an upgrade to 1.1.3, then maybe a restore to 1.1.3 again just to clean things up. See if you're still having problems on a fresh install of the firm.

    After that, if you want to be jailbroken, just use ZiPhone to jailbreak, and you'll be golden.

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    Honestly, after all that BS about jailbreaking and the soft upgrades etc., jailbreaking 1.1.3, is just about as easy as jailbreakme.com. All you have to do is click jailbreak or unlock/activate, and within 2 minutes tops, everything is done, and you will be good to go.

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