iOS 4.1 updates
I went ahead and *cough* obtained it *cough* and the proximity sensor is 100% fixed. I tried it in every angle possible and it failed to display the issues that troubled it. I am sure for some it will still mess up due to faulty hardware. Thank god for the ability to disable spell check as well. Us superior spelling species don't need that garbage. Still testing white balancing and the odd issue where sometimes it puts a blue tint to some pics randomly. I will come back and give further updates. Feel free to chime in if you see anything as well.
Modem Firmware 02.10.04
Carrier Profile AT&T 8.0
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I just 'obtained' and flashed the GM release to my iPhone4 (mostly for the new AVRCP remote controls on bt stereo headsets), and have found that A2DP is seriously broken on this build. I hope this is fixed before the release.
I have a sony A2DP headset, that worked perfectly under 4.0x (except for track skip buttons), but since upgrading to 4.1GM it has suddenly redirected the audio to the speaker (in the office - how embarasing) while listening to it through bt - that is my worst fear with bt stereo, and makes me not want to use it.
After re-pairing, it worked for a bit, but keeps getting into a state where it thinks its playing through the headset, but no sound comes out. As i said, it worked perfectly before the update. re-pairing fixes it, but syncing to iTunes seems to kill it again.
Has anyone else seen these issues? can I flash back to 4.0x, or does apple only allow 'upgrades' to versions os iOs??
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Thank you i am going to just revert to wired headphones ... was in two minds if wireless was actually more convinient anyway (since it needs charging, and the headset itself is a bit crap in that the volume control is very flakey).. in which case I will stay with the GM until the official release next week (is that likely to be exactly the same code assuming apple find no problems??? i got a mate to register my iPhone with apple, so i dont know if it would have applied without that or not...)
- 09-02-2010, 10:31 AM #21
oh dear... looks like there is a regression with a2dp then (at least for my setup), unless its because i restored a 4.0x backup over a 4.1 install...
nevermind, as i said, i was unsure if a2dp was actually an advantage anyway... the lack of wires is good (especially for cycling), but the remote is a PITA compared to the one on the apple wired headset that can always be found just below my right ear and it needs charging, and the audio gets re-compressed so in theory is lower quality.
I was suprised at how good the battary life of the iphone4 is with a2dp though - i was expecting to take a hit, but it seems stella (in general, and when using stereo bt)...
If its the final build, im defo gonna leave it on there... now just waiting for the betas of 4.2 for my iPad so it can finally multitask...
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