Updates: Mixed bag

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again, quite a bit of time has passed since our last blog post, and although our private lives “overwhelmed” us at some points during the last couple of months, we weren’t absolutely inactive and therefore have some updates for you.

First of all, after releasing JuicePhone version 2.1 in mid-July, we just completed another important update. Most significantly, version 2.2 fixes the mysterious “no window” bug which occurred as soon as a device running iOS 4.1 was backed up. The problem was caused by another change in Apple’s Mobile Device backup format. This time, the way iTunes 10 (and the new iOS) describe a device’s installed applications was modified. iOS 4.1 now only backs up the app’s so-called bundle identifier (e.g. com.apple.Remote) instead of its full name, which caused the old JuicePhone to potentially crash if it didn’t find some of the other necessary information. The new version will therefore attempt to “guess” your app’s names and developers if it can’t find them. Apart from that, JuicePhone 2.2 recognizes the 4th generation iPod touch, has a new icon and contains some other minor tweaks. Click here to download!

Next, we were approved by Apple in the iPhone Developer Program, which makes us capable of submitting apps to the App Store. Although we don’t have anything concrete to tell you right now, stay tuned for some future projects!

We have also acquired the domain addpod.com and will therefore completely switch over to “.com” some time in the near future. Our site will, of course, still be accessible through our current addpod.de domain.

That’s pretty much all for now, we hope that we can keep you a little bit more up-to-date in the future. Have fun!

Written by Jona

October 19th, 2010 at 5:09 pm

Posted in Apps,JuicePhone,News

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  1. awesome work, guys! i like it.


    Jan Hellenbrand

    25 Nov 10 at 10:11 AM

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