Warning: Do Not Update to iTunes 9.1.1 If You Want UL Jailbreak

Warning: Do Not Update to iTunes 9.1.1 If You Want UL Jailbreak

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MuscleNerd from the iPhone Dev Team is warning users who are hoping to use a userland jailbreak for the iPad, iPhone, or iPod to hold off on updating to iTunes 9.1.1.

Today's 9.1.1 iTunes is safe for PwnageTool&redsn0w. But those hoping to use userland JBs (like Spirit) should hold off.

In general, those using *any* userland JB should avoid iTunes updates, since iTunes can detect & remove it.


It is widely expected that the "Spirit" userland jailbreak by comex will be the first jailbreak to be released for the iPad. Spirit also provides an untethered jailbreak for the iPhone 3GS and iPod touch.

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Gustavo Leon Madrigal - April 28, 2010 at 11:48pm
I hope this is true, in twitter conversations between comex and other people @comex yay! So a 3.1.3 stock jailbreak being released Friday for all idevices? about 3 hours ago via Twitterrific in reply to comex @comex so when\'s it coming out? At least give a month please about 6 hours ago via Twitterrific in reply to comex and he answered @wahoofan5 Friday. about 4 hours ago via web in reply to wahoofan5 Toy can check it at the twitter site http://twitter.com/comex I am crossing my fingers to happen this friday, because he never said which friday...
Mike - April 28, 2010 at 10:38pm
Is it definite that 9.1.1 won\'t work with this jailbreak? If so, is there a downgrade guide anywhere?
Blondie - April 29, 2010 at 7:08am
{{ If so, is there a downgrade guide anywhere?}} Why you need a downgrade, when the post stated DO NOT UPDATE TO 9.1.1. As simple as that. Cheezzzzzzzzz
Mike - April 29, 2010 at 7:40am
I\'ve never had issues with iTunes not working completely with my jailbroken phone (unless it was organizing my apps in iTunes with Categories installed.) So is there a way to downgrade?
Joaquin - April 29, 2010 at 4:54pm
If you inadvertently upgrade iTunes to 9.1.1 and you change your mind, just uninstall it. Then got to http://www.oldapps.com/itunes.php where you can download any version of iTunes and install it in it\'s place. I suggest V 9.0.13.
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