1. saichick04's Avatar
    Ahhhh!! Your trade went through!! Nice! Welcome back & enjoy your 4S
    Indeed! And thanks! Glad to be back lol 😃


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    11-12-2012 11:26 AM
  2. Fantastic_Mr_F's Avatar
    Does anyone know if there's a jail break out for iOS 6.0.1 for the 4s yet?

    Please send a link

    I'm new to jail breaking I need the least administrative
    11-12-2012 12:42 PM
  3. Jrome.brooks's Avatar
    Haven't seen a jailbreak for 6.0.1


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    11-12-2012 01:11 PM
  4. Jrome.brooks's Avatar






    Jailbreakers will be pleased to discover that iOS 6.0.1 can already be jailbroken by using existing versions of Redsn0w. Currently, only the iPhone 4, iPod touch 4th gen, and iPhone 3GS are supported, and youll have to point Redsn0w at the older 6.0 IPSW, but otherwise the process is pretty much the same as any other recent tethered jailbreak. The simple walkthrough below guides you through the process, but the Redsn0w app itself also is fairly explanatory these days.



    Before beginning, its a good idea to perform a manual backup, this lets you easily undo the jailbreak without losing anything. Use iCloud to backup manually or go the traditional route with iTunes, but dont skip this step.



    http://osxdaily.com/2012/11/01/ios-6-0-1-released-with-bug-fixes-for-iphone-wi-fi-problems-no-service-issue-etc/"]Update to iOS 6.0.1 [/URL]if you havent done so yet, use OTA, iTunes, or with the 6.0.1 IPSW

    Get the latest version of redsn0w (https://sites.google.com/a/iphone-dev.com/files/home/redsn0w_mac_0.9.15b3.zip?attredirects=0&d=1"]Mac OS X[/URL]) (Windows)

    Get a local copy of http://osxdaily.com/2012/09/19/ios-6-ipsw-direct-download-links/"]iOS 6 IPSW for your device[/URL]

    Launch Redsn0w, click Extras, then Select IPSW, and choose the iOS 6.0 IPSW file you just downloaded, then go back to the main Redsn0w screen and choose Jailbreak

    Follow on screen instructions to enter DFU mode by holding the Power button for 3 seconds, then while holding Power also hold the Home button for 5 seconds, finally release Power button but hold home button for another 15 seconds, Redsn0w will notify you when DFU has been successful

    Be sure to check auto boot in Redsn0w to automatically boot the device tethered upon restart, if you missed that step go to the primary redsn0w window and select Extras followed by Just Boot to boot tethered

    When iOS reboots you should find Cydia on the home screen, signifying the jailbreak was successful. If you dont see it or it doesnt launch, you probably didnt boot tethered, which is required. The whole tethering thing is the primary downside to these types of jailbreaks, as youll need to connect it to a computer with Redsnow each time the device reboots or runs out of battery.



    If you decide to undo the jailbreak, just connect the iPhone or iPod touch to the computer and choose Restore, selecting the most recent backup stored locally or within iTunes.



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    11-12-2012 01:14 PM
  5. plantemichel's Avatar
    Hehe nice battery usage since
    11-12-2012 06:10 PM
  6. plantemichel's Avatar
    Hehe nice battery usage since iOS 6.01 on my iPhone 4S I install in DFU Mode fresh full install take a look at this almost as good as my iPhone 4.
    😜
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    11-12-2012 06:14 PM
  7. BLiNK's Avatar
    Does anyone know if there's a jail break out for iOS 6.0.1 for the 4s yet?

    Please send a link

    I'm new to jail breaking I need the least administrative
    nope. have fun waiting
    11-12-2012 06:31 PM
  8. d.scythe's Avatar
    is IOS 6.0 or 6.0.1 you all talking about?
    need some advice though seems like i'm goin to leave IOS 5.1.1 to IOS 6.0.1 by force... (_ _ )'
    11-19-2012 09:15 PM
  9. RWWackostu's Avatar
    is IOS 6.0 or 6.0.1 you all talking about?
    need some advice though seems like i'm goin to leave IOS 5.1.1 to IOS 6.0.1 by force... (_ _ )'
    6.0.1 is the latest. Although some may still be rocking plain 6.0.
    11-20-2012 08:37 AM
  10. creativeopinion's Avatar
    I think it looks good but we'll see. It's all about how you are using your phone and what features you really need.

    Iphone 4s better battery life on ios6?-imageuploadedbytapatalk1353857953.228803.jpg


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    11-25-2012 09:39 AM
  11. ThePinkChameleon's Avatar
    I think it looks good but we'll see. It's all about how you are using your phone and what features you really need.

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    Creative, your profile says your still on 5.1.1. Did you upgrade to 6? If so, that's pretty good battery stats
    11-25-2012 09:45 AM
  12. creativeopinion's Avatar
    Creative, your profile says your still on 5.1.1. Did you upgrade to 6? If so, that's pretty good battery stats
    Yes. I just updated my profile, sorry for the confusion


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    11-25-2012 10:10 AM
  13. Jrome.brooks's Avatar
    Hehe nice battery usage since iOS 6.01 on my iPhone 4S I install in DFU Mode fresh full install take a look at this almost as good as my iPhone 4.
    😜
    What's a (DFU mode)



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    11-25-2012 03:48 PM
  14. kevin smith 619's Avatar
    I updated iOS 6 with Gold Master last week so I've been using it for a while now on my iPhone 4S, and yes, the battery does drain faster. I did a restore from backup, but people say to install as new phone... I just wanted to keep my stuff.
    11-25-2012 11:57 PM
  15. creativeopinion's Avatar
    Well, like i said it's all about how you're using your phone. The most important thing that i did was reset all settings (general->reset->reset all settings). After that i just optimized my phone accordingly to my usage and what i need. So you should consider this:

    - general-> privacy-> location services (if there's anything you're not using just disable it.) Also go to system services. In my case everything but cell network search is off.
    - don't push your e-mail. My advice is to fetch every 30min/1h. Just test it and you'll see the difference.
    - Wi-Fi/3G - disable when you're not using it, especially 3G. It really helps to extend your battery when for example you're at home and have Wi-Fi.
    - bluetooth, personally i haven't used it since i got my phone so it's off.
    - brightness, my is about 25-30% and i used to it, it's really not a big deal + auto brightness is off
    - notifications, i'll not talk about it because everyone need difference things.
    - music-> EQ-> OFF
    - auto-lock-> 1 min

    I have one reminder based on a location, i have siri enabled, i'm browsing + messages + phone. All this and my battery it's pretty good. Hopefully it'll stay this way as long as possible.
    11-26-2012 01:26 PM
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