Updating hacked iphone to 2 2
I write that because it's theoretically possible Apple will prevent it from working in the future.
On the bright side, the fact that they haven't stopped it yet is a good sign.
It almost makes more sense to do it that way, because: , so you should read it: You already updated i Tunes in step one, so the only thing you need to do here is quit i Tunes.
If you haven't done so already, place your i Phone in the dock, let it sync, and then quit i Tunes.
Updating i Tunes: Open up i Tunes, select the 'Help' menu, then click on 'Check for Updates'. Click your Start menu, select 'All Programs', and click on 'Apple Software Update'. What you're about to embark on isn't supported by Apple, but nevertheless it's been proven safe and easy by thousands of users.
Ever since the i Phone was announced, people have been clamoring to write native applications for it.
Sadly, Apple has not yet released the tools necessary to develop those apps.
Here they are in escalating order - which is to say you should try #1 before #2, #2 before #3, and so on.
A man navigates through the i Pad 2 at an Apple store in Manila in April 2011.
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(To do so, go into i Tunes, click your i Phone, click the "Summary" tab, and then click the "Check for Update" button.) Double check that i Tunes isn't open and then select 'Firmware 1.0.2'. What happens now is that App Tapp is going to grab the firmware, then it will "hack it" behind the scenes, and finally install the "hacked firmware" onto your i Phone.