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Update to Corona Untethered Jailbreak Released Update to Corona Untethered Jailbreak Released(0)

An update to the Corona Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 5.0.1 has been released in Cydia.

Saurik notes that all users jailbroken on iOS 5.0.1 should install the update.

@planetbeing put a lot of work into solving iBooks image loading bugs. All users (however jailbroken) on 5.0.1 should install.

So, most of the feedback I have received from “all users (however jailbroken) running 5.0.1″ has been “even me? I did X.”: yes, even you. ;P

You can find the Corona package in the System section of Cydia.

Update:
This doesn’t apply to “old bootrom” iPhone 3GS users. Read More

iOS 4.3.1 Leaked iOS 4.3.1 Leaked(0)

BGR has managed to get the unreleased iOS 4.3.1 update installed on their iPhone.

One of our Apple connects just installed the unreleased and unseen iOS 4.3.1 build on one of our iPhones, and we’ve been playing around with it for a couple days. We reported the changes from iOS 4.3 a few days back, and it really does look as if iOS 4.3.1 will simply fix bugs, hence the version numbering. Battery life seems a tad bit better, though that’s not scientific at all.

iOS 4.3.1 is expected to be released publicly within the next 1-2 weeks.

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Download Sn0wbreeze 2.0.2 for iOS 4.1 Jailbreak to Fix Error 17 / 40 and Hacktivation Issues Download Sn0wbreeze 2.0.2 for iOS 4.1 Jailbreak to Fix Error 17 / 40 and Hacktivation Issues(0)

Sn0wbreeze 2.0.2 is now available for download. This minor release fixes various bugs which has been plaguing some iPhone users when restoring to iOS 4.1 custom firmware file. Change log includes:

  • Fix for Error 17
  • Fix for Error 40
  • Fix for Hackivation issues

The new Sn0wbreeze 2.0.2 can be downloaded from the link given below. Instructions are exactly similar to the ones posted earlier for iPhone 3G / 3GS, and iPod touch 3G / 2G.

Feel free to ask me any question here should you run into any problem during the jailbreak process. Read More

AT&T fixes bug that logged users into random Facebook accounts AT&T fixes bug that logged users into random Facebook accounts(0)

Okay, so we were under the impression that Facebook login credentials were a locally-managed affair, but it looks like almost anything can break when AT&T’s involved — according to CNET, the carrier just fixed “several problems” that had users logging into the wrong Facebook account from their phones. The issue was apparently related to subscriber identification numbers being mistranslated into bad URL session IDs, and AT&T says it’s taken some security measures to prevent it from Read More

iPhone 3.1 Fixes Deleted Email Bug iPhone 3.1 Fixes Deleted Email Bug(0)

You may remember that in iPhone 3.0 a bug was discovered which kept email messages on POP accounts from being properly deleted. A demo of the bug can be seen here. At the time it was believed that Apple was aware of the issue and that a fix would likely appear in the 3.1 update.

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Deleted Mail Is Still Searchable: 3.0 Bug Deleted Mail Is Still Searchable: 3.0 Bug(0)

Macworld has stumbled on an interesting bug dealing with how your iPhone deletes (or more accurately, doesn’t delete) email. If you use your iPhone for email, chances are you’ve deleted at least a few messages by now. What you may not know is that just because these messages are no longer accessible in the Mail app, they’re not completely gone.

They’re surprisingly easy to get to. If you can’t remember any of the text from an email you’ve deleted, just type any vowel or other small amount of text (‘sa’ works well), and you are likely get a few email messages in the results.

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Some iPhone 3GS Units Are Emitting Random 15KHz Tones Some iPhone 3GS Units Are Emitting Random 15KHz Tones(0)

New tech products are often plagued with software bugs and the like, so it’s no surprise that there’s one with the iPhone 3GS. That said, this is the first bug I can remember that actively targets dogs ears: Updated

You see, it seems that some iPhone 3GS smartphones are emitting a high-frequency tone—something along the lines of 15KHz—that’s triggered when the unlock sound, or SMS sound, finish playing.

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