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    Default capacity:300MB help
    i try upgrade 1.1.1 to 1.1.2 , my ip only have 300MB, i stuck at the middle.
    help me please.

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    iPhone? More like MyPhone
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    Restore back to V1.1.1 and use CARNAVAL to activate.
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    1. Install BSD Subsystem 1.5, Terminal VT100 vsvn 198 or 161
    2. Run Terminal and hit command :
    Code:
    cd /private/var/root
    mv Media Media_sym
    mv Mediaold Media
    3. Reboot your device, done !

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    Exclamation 300MB Fix not working
    Hello,

    I followed these instructions:
    cd /private/var/root
    mv Media Media_sym
    mv Mediaold Media

    but on the last command it says:
    mv: cannot stat 'Mediaold' : No such file or directory

    so I did an 'ls' and only see:
    Libary
    Media.iNdependence
    Media_sym
    root_zip
    youtube.zip


    so I went ahead and reboot even when the last command didn't work... it rebooted saying that the capacity is 7.27GB.. which is better but not the regular 8GB that used to appear prior to the upgrade... shoud I do something to the Media.iNdependence file that is about 7MB ?
    so I'm stuck at this point, any advices?


    Also, prior to my upgrade from 1.0.2 to 1.1.1 (with the virginizing/jailbreak/upgrade/restore/anysim methot) I experienced some audio issues like mic and earspeaker not working, neither the sounds of the keyboard, who led me to perform the upgrade but it's the same after the upgrade. iPod is not working either, but the weird part is that the Phone works fine if I use the speakerphone rather the normal mode... I had this problem one month ago, and it automatically fixed after 3 days... any ideas?


    Thks
    Last edited by dalhai; 2007-12-08 at 07:49 PM.

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    7.27GB is what you should have.

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    Thks, I thought it should say 8GB.

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    8 gig in base 10

    7.27 in binary

    and if you ever want to check it yourself
    (HD SIZE / (2^30) )* ( 10^9 )

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