Posts Tagged ‘iTunes 9.1’

iFixer is a new utility that will fix iTunes 9.1.x related errors when running Spirit Jailbreak for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, or blackra1n on Windows. The program basically has two buttons: “Make it Spirit!” and “Make it ra1n!”. Clicking on each of them will solve the respective iTunes 9.1.1 related issue.

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Apple has just released iTunes 9.1.1 for both Windows and Mac. This is a minor release for stability and bug fixes which addresses issues like problems in “converting songs to 128 kbps AAC while syncing”, “stability issues with VoiceOver ”, and various other bug fixes.

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An independent French developer has come up with another tool to fix all iTunes 9.1 problems on blackra1n’d iPhones running iPhone 3.1.2 firmware. This tool, like BlackBreeze promises to fix all issues that you may be having with iTunes 9.1 and your iPhone, running on jailbroken iPhone 3.1.2.

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iTunes 9.1, which was released a few hours ago caused syncing issues for many users (specially on Windows), who were jailbroken on iPhone 3.1.2 (tethered) using blackra1n. But now thanks to ih8sn0w, this issue can now be fixed by using BlackBreeze.

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As expected, Apple has just announced the availability of iTunes 9.1 for both Windows and Mac. This new version of iTunes brings support for the upcoming iPad on iPhone 3.2, a new “Books” section which replaces the existing “Audiobooks” section in the iTunes Store and improvements to Genius Mixes feature.

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According to MacRumors, Apple is expected to release iTunes 9.1 on April 3rd, the same day as iPad’s US launch date. This new version of iTunes will bring support for iPad, and a new “Books” section which will replace the existing “Audiobooks” section in the iTunes Store.

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