And I just might!
Seeing how smoothly it works on an iPhone 2G makes me reeeeally want to see how well it works on a 3G—MY 3G. Especially since I’ve been so SICK of iOS and iTunes giving me endless shit about what I can and can’t do.
What’s really great is that, apparently, you can dual boot—so it leaves your iOS install untouched. Pretty cool.
If I do it, I’ll be sure to take pics and/or video…
Life with an iPhone without a data plan (GPS thinks I’m on the holodeck).
Why does Apple have to be so lame? I would gladly sacrifice a couple gigs of space on my iPhone for all the maps of NYC stored locally. Lame, Apple. Lame.
Luckily, I’ve Jailbroken, so I can download the Maps Enhancer which allows me to cache maps. This is cool, but it still means I need to plan ahead and find the places I plan on visiting in gMaps before I visit them IRL. I always forget to do this. :\
This makes me giggle a little.
How I’d respond:
I am no longer in possession of said item and have given it to a Chinese gentlemen who said he was the one who had lost it. He offered me a substantial reward, so I didn’t hesitate to return it to him. As he wandered off, I could hear him muttering something about a backwards train driver? Or maybe it was a reverse engineer?
Anyway, sorry for the inconvenience. You can contact the gentleman through his website “hkknockoff.com”.
Thanks for your interest in my tech blog, Mr. Sewell! I am a big fan of your client’s products.
Have a nice day!