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  1. § Vic Email said on :
    Hey, thanks for the clear and concise instructions!
    Everything worked out perfectly!
    Glad someone took the time to document this stuff.
  2. § joe® Email said on :
    glad to know it helps... a bit frakin' convoluted still
  3. § Hussain Sait Email said on :
    thanks for this...real awesome/neat job. i am only upgrading cause my iPhone 2G 3.0 battery runs out like crazy...calculated literally to 1% every 2mins isnt that crazy as hell..... lol lets see if 3.0.1 does anything good to this problem am still having a feeling that this could be a faulty phone and not the firmware..

  4. § Vanja said on :
    Thanks bro... been collecting courage to upgrade my 2g iphone from 1.1.4 to something better for quite a while... went for it after reading your article, and it worked like a charm... Great work!
  5. § The Review Site Email said on :
    Good post congratulations.
  6. § Brett Email said on :
    I am updating from 2.2.1 and i did everything you said. It all has worked perfectly until the very end. On redsnow it says its done. but my iphone is stuck on a screen that says "Downloading JailBreak Data..." What do i do now?
  7. § joe® Email said on :
    Apologies, there's not much I can do to help here... I'd encourage updating to the most recent iphone OS, though.
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