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Just spoke with Apple and they were able to fix my problem. Go to Applications>Utilities>Keychain Access, then select the preferences for Keychain Access, go to the certificates panel, make sure both pull downs are set to "Off". Then close this dialog, and then from the Keychain Access menu item, right below the preferences, select "Keychain First Aid". Select the radio button for "Repair" and click the Start button. After the repair, close and now try accessing the iTunes store. This completely fixed everything and now the iPhone is Activated and all is back to normal. Wheeeew!

Wow, Redmond couldn't have made simpler!
post #42 of 162
Apparently it bricks unlocked phones.

AppTapp doesn't work.

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post #43 of 162
Did anyone notice that they updated the calculator icon?
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Say it ain't so Cosmo!
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post #46 of 162
Still no SMS functionality (multiple recipients, delete single messages), no copy paste, no MMS app. , additional privacy features (delete single calls from recent calls list, etc), true Exchange push, any kind of calendar sync besides docking (google cal, exchange, etc), .. and a host of other features...

But Apple have screwed over anyone who might be enterprisng enough to provide me with such functionality by bricking phones that would be tempted to load their apps that actually might meet might needs they have ignored, and ae commonly met elsewhere.

..Instead Apple has also given me another opportunity to buy more shit off them. Sweet.

Oh Apple, you are Sooo cool. Thank ou Stevei, thank you. Thank you for listening.

Cue juvenile Apple pom pom waving geeks & fan boys. Tell us again how wonderful Apple is, what foresight Steve has and why we just can't appreciate how wonderful his phone is!

One thing I am proud of; I have persuaded 5 people I know of to NOT buy an iPhone (they went Nokia and HTC instead, and encouraged 3 kids who otherwise would have bought a Mac to go straight Windows laptop instead. I'll buy mu kids Windows.

This one switcher who is switching back!
post #47 of 162
Screw this update! Tradeoff a dozen cool apps, tweaks, free ringtones and more for "itunes wifi music store and a 1db louder ring volume"? F that I will live in a 1.0.2 world forever then
post #48 of 162
Someone please let me know if after the update you were able to use the apptap aplication if it erased it were you able to reinstall it ..... please let me know before i continue with my update
post #49 of 162
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Someone please let me know if after the update you were able to use the apptap aplication if it erased it were you able to reinstall it ..... please let me know before i continue with my update


It erases it and you cant re-install it apparently
post #50 of 162
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One thing I am proud of; I have persuaded 5 people I know of to NOT buy an iPhone (they went Nokia and HTC instead, and encouraged 3 kids who otherwise would have bought a Mac to go straight Windows laptop instead. I'll buy mu kids Windows.

This one switcher who is switching back!

You really showed them this time! GRRRRRRRR....

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post #51 of 162
While 1.1.1 doesn't have the international keyboard button shown in the London press event for the iPhone, it does have international characters you can use: Hold down some of the keys, like the A or E and some punctuation keys like the ? or ! keys to get the alternate language look of those characters.

Don't tell anybody, though, that when you go to the trouble of selecting the upsidedown exclamation point, what you get looks exactly the same as if you simply typed in a lowercase letter I ( like this: i )

And here's something I sent to David Pogue which he liked:

In the version 1.1.1 of iPhone there is a new feature which I find funny...

In Settings >> Safari >> Developer it explains that when set to On the "Debug Console will automatically appear to help resolve web page errors."

Emphasis mine, as in it will only appear to help.

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post #52 of 162
so what all of you are sayin is n e of us gready hack installers should do is wait untill apptap has hacked into the new version..... then update??? thanx again you guys are great
post #53 of 162
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so what all of you are sayin is n e of us gready hack installers should do is wait untill apptap has hacked into the new version..... then update??? thanx again you guys are great

Right.. Let's just hope all the developers didn't just apply the update and lock themselves out of the OS
post #54 of 162
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Still no SMS functionality (multiple recipients, delete single messages), no copy paste, no MMS app. , additional privacy features (delete single calls from recent calls list, etc), true Exchange push, any kind of calendar sync besides docking (google cal, exchange, etc), .. and a host of other features...

But Apple have screwed over anyone who might be enterprisng enough to provide me with such functionality by bricking phones that would be tempted to load their apps that actually might meet might needs they have ignored, and ae commonly met elsewhere.

..Instead Apple has also given me another opportunity to buy more shit off them. Sweet.

Oh Apple, you are Sooo cool. Thank ou Stevei, thank you. Thank you for listening.

Cue juvenile Apple pom pom waving geeks & fan boys. Tell us again how wonderful Apple is, what foresight Steve has and why we just can't appreciate how wonderful his phone is!

One thing I am proud of; I have persuaded 5 people I know of to NOT buy an iPhone (they went Nokia and HTC instead, and encouraged 3 kids who otherwise would have bought a Mac to go straight Windows laptop instead. I'll buy mu kids Windows.

This one switcher who is switching back!

This would be a little more impressive if your entire posting history here didn't consist of rants against the iPhone, belittling anyone who likes the iPhone as a mindless Apple fanboy, and generally hating on Apple.

You appear to be a kind of dick who bought a phone that clearly didn't meet his needs (most of which was easily discerned by doing 5 minutes of research) and now is going to endlessly bitch about it.

Sell the fucking thing, return to the warm embrace of Nokia or Sony or MS or whoever is schooling Apple at the moment, and enjoy your life.
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post #55 of 162
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This would be a little more impressive if your entire posting history here didn't consist of rants against the iPhone, belittling anyone who likes the iPhone as a mindless Apple fanboy, and generally hating on Apple.

You appear to be a kind of dick who bought a phone that clearly didn't meet his needs (most of which was easily discerned by doing 5 minutes of research) and now is going to endlessly bitch about it.

Sell the fucking thing, return to the warm embrace of Nokia or Sony or MS or whoever is schooling Apple at the moment, and enjoy your life.

Yup. Couldn't have said it any better.
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post #56 of 162
I've tried viewing my email attachments in landscape view and have not been able to do it, I'm just trying to view a picture by turning the phone to landscape, I've tried to double tap it and nothing happend. Am I doing something wrong??
post #57 of 162
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Originally Posted by Riptide View Post

Still no SMS functionality (multiple recipients, delete single messages), no copy paste, no MMS app. , additional privacy features (delete single calls from recent calls list, etc), true Exchange push, any kind of calendar sync besides docking (google cal, exchange, etc), .. and a host of other features...

But Apple have screwed over anyone who might be enterprisng enough to provide me with such functionality by bricking phones that would be tempted to load their apps that actually might meet might needs they have ignored, and ae commonly met elsewhere.

..Instead Apple has also given me another opportunity to buy more shit off them. Sweet.

Oh Apple, you are Sooo cool. Thank ou Stevei, thank you. Thank you for listening.

Cue juvenile Apple pom pom waving geeks & fan boys. Tell us again how wonderful Apple is, what foresight Steve has and why we just can't appreciate how wonderful his phone is!

One thing I am proud of; I have persuaded 5 people I know of to NOT buy an iPhone (they went Nokia and HTC instead, and encouraged 3 kids who otherwise would have bought a Mac to go straight Windows laptop instead. I'll buy mu kids Windows.

This one switcher who is switching back!

Have fun, enjoy Windows. Bye.
post #58 of 162
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Originally Posted by Riptide View Post

Still no SMS functionality (multiple recipients, delete single messages), no copy paste, no MMS app. , additional privacy features (delete single calls from recent calls list, etc), true Exchange push, any kind of calendar sync besides docking (google cal, exchange, etc), .. and a host of other features...

But Apple have screwed over anyone who might be enterprisng enough to provide me with such functionality by bricking phones that would be tempted to load their apps that actually might meet might needs they have ignored, and ae commonly met elsewhere.

..Instead Apple has also given me another opportunity to buy more shit off them. Sweet.

Oh Apple, you are Sooo cool. Thank ou Stevei, thank you. Thank you for listening.

Cue juvenile Apple pom pom waving geeks & fan boys. Tell us again how wonderful Apple is, what foresight Steve has and why we just can't appreciate how wonderful his phone is!

One thing I am proud of; I have persuaded 5 people I know of to NOT buy an iPhone (they went Nokia and HTC instead, and encouraged 3 kids who otherwise would have bought a Mac to go straight Windows laptop instead. I'll buy mu kids Windows.

This one switcher who is switching back!

Oh , grow up . I agree with the previous poster that you should sell the damn thing and buy a phone that meets your requirements . Six months since it was introduced at MWSF to the time it was first sold at June 29 , almost everybody knows it's damn limitations . If you are stupid enough to buy the damn phone , then it's your damn fault not Apple .
post #59 of 162
AppleInsider wrote:

New features include (MY RESTORE AND UPDATE EXPERIENCE IN CAPS)*:

iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store YES
Louder speakerphone and receiver volume CAN'T TELL ANY DIFFERENCE
Home Button double-click shortcut to phone favorites or music controls YES
Space bar double-tap shortcut to intelligently insert period and space WORKS (BUT ONLY IF IT COMES IMMEDIATELY AFTER A CHARACTER; I.E., NOT AFTER A SPACE)
Mail attachments are viewable in portrait and landscape WORKS BEAUTIFULLY!
Stocks and cities in Stocks and Weather can be re-ordered HAVEN'T FIGURED OUT HOW
Apple Bluetooth Headset battery status in the Status Bar N.A. (YET)
Support for TV Out HAVEN'T FIGURED OUT HOW
Preference to turn off EDGE/GPRS when roaming internationally HAVEN'T FIGURED OUT HOW
New Passcode lock time intervals NOT USED
Adjustable alert volume NOT USED

*"Haven't figured out how" means accessing this functionality was not obvious; have to check the iPhone website to figure out how, which is a bit unlike Apple......
post #60 of 162
Just updated two iPhones. I think each took about 5 min. Smooth as silk. No probs here.
post #61 of 162
No fair!

I flamed him first and Adda gets all the credit...
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post #62 of 162
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Still no SMS functionality (multiple recipients, delete single messages), no copy paste, no MMS app. , additional privacy features (delete single calls from recent calls list, etc), true Exchange push, any kind of calendar sync besides docking (google cal, exchange, etc), .. and a host of other features...

But Apple have screwed over anyone who might be enterprisng enough to provide me with such functionality by bricking phones that would be tempted to load their apps that actually might meet might needs they have ignored, and ae commonly met elsewhere.

..Instead Apple has also given me another opportunity to buy more shit off them. Sweet.

Oh Apple, you are Sooo cool. Thank ou Stevei, thank you. Thank you for listening.

Cue juvenile Apple pom pom waving geeks & fan boys. Tell us again how wonderful Apple is, what foresight Steve has and why we just can't appreciate how wonderful his phone is!

One thing I am proud of; I have persuaded 5 people I know of to NOT buy an iPhone (they went Nokia and HTC instead, and encouraged 3 kids who otherwise would have bought a Mac to go straight Windows laptop instead. I'll buy mu kids Windows.

This one switcher who is switching back!

What a bunch of self-serving drivel. Those "5" people you convinced to buy other phones have been well served by your objectivity.
post #63 of 162
Update was flawless took about 10 minutes on a Mac. Works great although the new iTunes previews sound really distorted through the iPhone speaker (too much gain, clipped etc.) at least the few I tried on the featured list did. I don't know what's up with that, but the regular iPod sounds just fine.

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post #64 of 162
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No fair!

I flamed him first and Adda gets all the credit...

Yeah, but I flamed him extravagently.
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post #65 of 162
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Just updated two iPhones. I think each took about 5 min. Smooth as silk. No probs here.

Yeah, took me about the same length of time and no problems. It makes you wonder how so many people can have so many problems. Whatever ...seemed drop dead simple.

The only thing I had hoped for was to be able to use my outgoing corporate email server. The update added new features to Exchange Advanced settings like ports and such. I'll have to experiment. Can't wait for Leopard when To-Dos will also be able to sync.
post #66 of 162
The longest part was waiting for the 152MB download over Cebridge/Suddenlink's "mediumspeed" internet.

I DID get the "Updating iPhone firmware..."

The actual update took less than 5 minutes.

Notes are all still there.
Favorites are still there.
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post #67 of 162
What a bunch of selfish whiners. This is a great device, and a great update. They are not going to give you the world all in one update. I'm surprised we have gotten as much as we have since this phone has been released. Have some patience. By the way, my update went perfectly -- and the enhancements are awesome. Especially the volume tweak and mobile iTunes is incredible.
post #68 of 162
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Yeah, took me about the same length of time and no problems. It makes you wonder how so many people can have so many problems. Whatever ...seemed drop dead simple.

Please don't make stupidly arrogant comments that reflect your personal experience, and insinuate that people running into problems are somehow worthy of your inane 'wonder'ment.

Thanks!
post #69 of 162
no problems with my update. It didn't erase my notes, or cause any other glitches.
post #70 of 162
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What a bunch of selfish whiners.

Who exactly are you painting with that broad brush?!

Don't overgeneralize. It detracts from what you are trying to say. (It is quite possible that Apple fixed the problems thanks to all the comments about the lousy software update experiences chronicled here and in many other forums).
post #71 of 162
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Who exactly are you painting with that broad brush?!

Don't overgeneralize. It detracts from what you are trying to say. (It is quite possible that Apple fixed the problems thanks to all the comments about the lousy software update experiences chronicled here and in many other forums).

No offense to the non-whiners, but a lot of people are complaining that they didn't get all of their wish list items in this update. The things they gave us are awesome, and they aren't going to give it to us all at once. Like I said before, it's incredible that they have given us so many new things since the iPhone release. People should be grateful.
post #72 of 162
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What do you mean by "favorites list"?

Favorites in the phone.
post #73 of 162
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AppleInsider wrote:

New features include (MY RESTORE AND UPDATE EXPERIENCE IN CAPS)*:

.....
Stocks and cities in Stocks and Weather can be re-ordered HAVEN'T FIGURED OUT HOW
Apple Bluetooth Headset battery status in the Status Bar N.A. (YET)
Support for TV Out HAVEN'T FIGURED OUT HOW
Preference to turn off EDGE/GPRS when roaming internationally HAVEN'T FIGURED OUT HOW
New Passcode lock time intervals NOT USED
Adjustable alert volume NOT USED

*"Haven't figured out how" means accessing this functionality was not obvious; have to check the iPhone website to figure out how, which is a bit unlike Apple......

It took me a while to figure some of these things out. When you open the Stocks and Weather apps, go to the little "i" at the bottom of the widgets. It will bring you to the your list. See the three lines on the right? Tap and drag, it moves it in a specific order.
Bluetooth Headset, don't have an Apple one.
TV OUT, go to Settings > iPod.
Turn off EDGE/GPRS, go to Settings > Network (at least I think)
New Passcode lock time intervals, don't know yet.
Adjustable Alert volume, go to Settings > Sounds.

I've seen that you can choose the sound when you get a text message. They also have a Developer > Debug Console under the Safari setting.
post #74 of 162
My iPhone worked exceptionally from June 29th, until this drastic update tonight! A non mod'd AT&T locked phone, and 1.1.1 really threw it a curve ball. 5 minutes after an apparent successful upgrade with iTunes, the bottom ½ inch of the touch screen went dead; exactly when I pushed the purple con for wifi itune store...blip...phone, mail, safari, and ipod icons went numb, and any button or key in that first half inch of the bottom screen!! Soft and hard resets, nope. Restore went normally but couldn't reactivate the bottom ½ inch! Apple, here I come!!
post #75 of 162
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It makes me look like a rambling fool who's just talking to himself...
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post #76 of 162
great. hoping to do a quick update and play with the new features while my GF uses the comp, but the damn update gave me an error and put my (completely unhacked) iphone into recovery mode and hung (blank black screen) and itunes crashed. restarted itunes (twice) and finally restored my iphone, but now i have to sit here and reload all my songs and i'm suspecting this will reset my email which means 30min or so of checking off already read emails and deleting junk. grrrreeeeeeaaaaat! i suppose i should have known.... \
post #77 of 162
Disappointed in Apple with this 1.1.1 update. As someone who is using an unlocked iPhone, I can't update to 1.1.1. Beh.

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Still no SMS functionality (multiple recipients, delete single messages), no copy paste, no MMS app. , additional privacy features (delete single calls from recent calls list, etc), true Exchange push, any kind of calendar sync besides docking (google cal, exchange, etc), .. and a host of other features...

But Apple have screwed over anyone who might be enterprisng enough to provide me with such functionality by bricking phones that would be tempted to load their apps that actually might meet might needs they have ignored, and ae commonly met elsewhere.

..Instead Apple has also given me another opportunity to buy more shit off them. Sweet.

Oh Apple, you are Sooo cool. Thank ou Stevei, thank you. Thank you for listening.

Cue juvenile Apple pom pom waving geeks & fan boys. Tell us again how wonderful Apple is, what foresight Steve has and why we just can't appreciate how wonderful his phone is!

One thing I am proud of; I have persuaded 5 people I know of to NOT buy an iPhone (they went Nokia and HTC instead, and encouraged 3 kids who otherwise would have bought a Mac to go straight Windows laptop instead. I'll buy mu kids Windows.

This one switcher who is switching back!

Assuming that we could believe anything you have to say.
post #79 of 162
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Originally Posted by Guybrush Threepwood View Post

No fair!

I flamed him first and Adda gets all the credit...

That will always happen.
post #80 of 162
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Originally Posted by mstone View Post

Update was flawless took about 10 minutes on a Mac. Works great although the new iTunes previews sound really distorted through the iPhone speaker (too much gain, clipped etc.) at least the few I tried on the featured list did. I don't know what's up with that, but the regular iPod sounds just fine.

Noticed the same thing. Anyone else have this experience?
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