50.000 Downloads…

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So, JuicePhone’s download counter has hit 50.000 downloads earlier today — that’s right, FIFTY THOUSAND downloads!

50.000 Downloads!

We’re really thankful to all JuicePhone users for making the project such a success! Especially, thanks to all of you who contacted us. It’s really nice to get some direct feedback from our “customers,” and we wouldn’t have been able to fix some major bugs without your help. If you have a problem, a feature request or even a compliment, always feel free to leave a comment or drop us a mail.

We have another, this time rather minor, update ready for you. It adds a Cellular Info button to the backup overview which provides you with access to your iPhone’s or iPad 3G’s telephone number, IMEI and ICCID, fixes the mistaken incompatibility with PowerPC-based Macs along with various bugs and features a little pseudo easter egg in appreciation. As usual, click here to download or check our JuicePhone page for more information.

Having that said, happy (belated) Thanksgiving, enjoy your turkey leftovers and have a nice day!

Written by Jona

November 28th, 2010 at 12:50 am

Posted in Apps,JuicePhone,News

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  1. congratulations, your software is pretty awesome !

    is there any hope to get support for encrypted backups ?
    after typing the password, it’d be great to be able to extract some data of these !

    thanks !

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    sam

    28 Nov 10 at 4:09 AM

  2. Thanks for the request!

    We’ve already considered this, and now we know the algorithm Apple uses to make encryption keys out of the password you type in. There is still some (reverse-engineering?) work to do, and we can’t exactly tell you when/if JuicePhone will support encrypted backups, but we’re looking forward to this feature just as much as you are! ;)

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    Noah

    28 Nov 10 at 12:51 PM

  3. HELP! Where do i get the download for this app now? All the links I hit go nowhere or download a dead-end .dmg file? I’m desperate; I lost tax data when I blithely went to update my iPad to Ios 5…ouch!

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    Terry Wilfley

    9 Jun 12 at 7:43 PM

  4. The download button at the bottom of the JuicePhone page still works for me.

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    Noah

    9 Jun 12 at 7:55 PM

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