Well, I just discovered the downside of iTunes Match… I’m trying to stream music from our Apple TV, but I can’t. Instead, I get the spinning wheel while it’s “Accessing iTunes Store” and then an error.
As I noted in my previous post, I’m a big fan of the Apple TV, but it’s not without it’s frustrations. Aside from the YouTube login problem, iTunes Match — which has so much potential — can be a little glitchy at times.
While jailbreaking my iPhone this evening, I ran into a small snag. I’ve recently upgraded to iOS 4.3.3 and I was trying to apply the JailbreakMe.com jailbreak, but it didn’t work right. Cydia installed halfway and then disappeared.
Yikes. Just had the same problem with my iPhone 4 that I had when trying to update my iPad 2. It got most of the way through the update process and then it just froze. I tried again (from recovery mode) and got the same result.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve fallen behind on iOS updates because you didn’t want to lose your jailbreak. Well, now is a great time to update… JailbreakMe.com is back with a no fuss jailbreak, and Apple will block it in their next iOS release.
So you decided to jailbreak your iPhone, and you’ve been loving your newfound freedom. But now there’s a new iOS update out along with an associated jailbreak. You want to upgrade, but aren’t sure how… What to do?
Are you still running iOS 3.x.x on your iPhone? If so, you should go ahead and update to iOS 4.01. The reason I suggest this is that Apple has patched the security flaw that made the latest jailbreak possible, and you’ll soon be unable to grab 4.01.
With Apple’s release of iOS 4 just around the corner, you might be wondering how to stop iTunes from automatically updating the system software on your iPhone or iPod Touch. This is particularly important if you’ve decided to jailbreak your device.