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Re: Spore iPhone 3G Problem
No, not for a few months, and yes...there will probably be a few issues at first. Your running an iphone version of the Gameboy version of the PC version of Spore. Even if it is just that the application features are severely limited.
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At first, we thought video calling with FaceTime on the iPhone 4 was remarkable. Most of us didn't know that in Japan, video calling has already been possible on the iPhone 3G. Using the back camera, people can make video call over wifi using Live Link 3G, from Yudo, Inc.
This app is now available for iPhone 3G users in the US & probably the whole world.
To make a video call, you must install the app on both the caller & the receiver's iPhone. The app also works for the iPhone 4 & iPhone 3GS.
The app is approved by Apple so you don't need to jailbreak your iPhone to install it. The only requirement is for your iPhone to have iOS 4.0 or later versions, installed.
<a href="http://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/live-link-3g-fine-3/id360021071?mt=8"><b>CLICK HERE to download Live Link 3G</b></a> or use thie link below:
<span>Once you've installed the app, here are the steps on how you can make video calls on it.</span>
<li><span>Open Live Link 3G and register your account. Don't worry, there's no subscription fees there.</span></li>
<li><span>Confirm your registration by logging in to the email account you used to register.</span></li>
<li><span>Go back to Live Link 3G and</span></li></ol>
* download the link above * locate the file (usually on download folder) and extract the file * run the program,instruction is already given on screen so you don't have to worry on the procedure. * reboot your phone * DONE
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There is no 3.1.1 firmware version available for the iPhone 3G. 3.1.1 is only for ipod touches. To downgrade to 3.1.2 (http://modmyi.com/forums/downloads/firmware/6/iphone-3g-3-1-2-32353/) or 3.1 (http://modmyi.com/forums/downloads/firmware/6/iphone-3g-3-1-32183/), download from either of the provided links, go into iTunes and to your iPhone tab, shift+click on restore for windows, or alt+click restore on mac, navigate to the downloaded file, and open it. Your phone will restore to the downloaded firmware.
Schematic? That's asking a lot, since I'm sure it's confidential, but I found this iPhone Repair Manual that will show you how to fix the screen, glass, headphone jack and menu button on an Apple iPhone 3G.
The Nokia n97 will be avilable by the Mid-2009. Both the n97 and iPhone are equally good. But I recommend that you go for the new iPhone 3G S, which is a lot more faster than the previous version, iPhone 3G. It has many improved features.Visit this link for more details : http://www.omnitrix.info/2009/06/new-and-notable-iphone-3g-s.html