1. Kyle Matthews's Avatar
    SB's had the jailbreak for a day or two now. Just follow him on twitter and you can put the pieces together with the bits of info and pics he shares.
    There hasn't BEEN a jailbreak for a day or two. And the one which planetbeing and cmoex are working on (Spirit) isn't working yet either - he's already had to restore. It's just starting.
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    2010-06-27 04:55 PM
  2. mortopher's Avatar
    There hasn't BEEN a jailbreak for a day or two. And the one which planetbeing and cmoex are working on (Spirit) isn't working yet either - he's already had to restore. It's just starting.
    Maybe I am wrong then. If so, could you explain how he got Netflix and MyWi running on a stock i4?

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    2010-06-28 02:57 AM
  3. jonstar7's Avatar
    where can you see the netflix port?
    2010-06-28 07:19 PM
  4. jeffbridge85's Avatar
    When You first open “Pages” you are greeted with a very smooth, sleek, fresh interface that is pretty much typical of the style of Apple.

    There is a handy “Getting Started” documnet that comes pre-installed in this app which familiarizes the user with some of the main features of this app which is a very nice touch for the novice user.

    To create a new documetn simply press the “+” icon on the screen that same icon will also allow you to import an existing document from iTunes, iDisk, and / or WebDAV — the latter of which is a slightly odd inclusision but it is useful for some people.

    Once you choose “Create New Document” you are presented with a few various template designs which include things such as resume’, classic letter, syllabus, and a few other documents but like most office suites you can also choose to open a blank template. Here are nice article that help me to iWork Pages Ported to iPhone iWork for iPhone: Pages | Applopedia
    2012-12-24 07:17 AM
  5. jeffbridge85's Avatar
    When You first open “Pages” you are greeted with a very smooth, sleek, fresh interface that is pretty much typical of the style of Apple.

    There is a handy “Getting Started” documnet that comes pre-installed in this app which familiarizes the user with some of the main features of this app which is a very nice touch for the novice user.

    To create a new documetn simply press the “+” icon on the screen that same icon will also allow you to import an existing document from iTunes, iDisk, and / or WebDAV — the latter of which is a slightly odd inclusision but it is useful for some people.

    Once you choose “Create New Document” you are presented with a few various template designs which include things such as resume’, classic letter, syllabus, and a few other documents but like most office suites you can also choose to open a blank template.
    2012-12-24 07:18 AM
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