Nate True's Weblog: Posts tagged with update
Posted by natetrue 6 years ago
So finally Apple released the 1.1.3 iPhone firmware - and surprise! It's exactly, 100%, bit-for-bit, identical to the leaked firmware that was demoed on Gear Live.
This means the home screen rearrangement crashing bugs will still happen.
It also means the info I released about the leaked firmware holds true. To reiterate:
If you upgrade to 1.1.3 with an anySIM-unlocked phone, your upgrade will fail, and a restore to 1.1.2 or a lower firmware will let you use your phone again.
If you upgrade to 1.1.3 with a never-unlocked phone (this includes jailbroken phones) your upgrade will succeed. You will ONLY (as of yet) be able to activate if you have a valid AT&T SIM card and service (aka the "normal" way to activate).
Once you upgrade to 1.1.3 on a normal phone, there's no downgrading. The new baseband firmware (which you cannot downgrade yet) will reject your SIM card on any earlier firmware versions.
If you'd like to download the new iPhone firmware manually, here is the link:
New iPhone firmware 1.1.3 direct download from Apple
Also, I just launched a bare-bones TinyURL-like service at http://qlnk.net - it uses subdomains instead of URL paths, so links with it looks like "re.qlnk.net" and you can add anything after the domain that you want, like http://re.qlnk.net/obviously/a/long/descriptive/path .
Posted by natetrue 7 years ago
I finally took a day to update Tap Tap Revolution and get a few more features in.
Among the millions of new features are:
- MUCH better tap response
- Multitouch taps have been eliminated
- Pause and Exit buttons in game mode
- Clearer tap graphic
- High Scores table for each song (that's why you're prompted for a user name)
- The iTunes Library remembers who made beats for each song
Watch for a couple new tracks coming soon, too.
It's already in iBrickr and will be in Installer very soon, thanks to Shaun who does half the packaging for Installer.app. Give him your money! He spends a lot of time packaging these apps for mass consumption and deserves a lot of the credit for how easy it is to get applications on your iPhone.