#212 ✓resolved

iOS 4.3.2 Support

Reported by doggie | April 27th, 2011 @ 05:07 PM

Support for iOS 4.3.2 would be very great!

Comments and changes to this ticket

  • Martin S.

    Martin S. April 27th, 2011 @ 05:29 PM

    • Tag set to ios 4.3.2
    • State changed from “new” to “resolved”

    iOS 4.3.2 is was tested by others and confirmed working.
    Once we have our devices on 4.3.2, we'll verify too and update the website accordingly.

    If you have issues with iOS 4.3.2, please feel free to reopen this ticket and explain exactly what does not work.

  • doggie

    doggie April 28th, 2011 @ 03:02 AM

    Well I can't make Banshee recognize my iPad 2 running iOS 4.3.2. I thought this was a problem of the iOS version.
    On the homepage, it actually says explicitly that iPad 2 is supported up to iOS 4.3.1.
    Sorry, if it's something else. I hope you can help me out :) .

    banshee 2.0.0
    libgpod 0.8.0
    libimobiledevice 1.1.0
    usbmuxd 1.0.7
    udev 151 (gentoo-portage: udev-151-r4)

  • Martin S.

    Martin S. April 28th, 2011 @ 01:22 PM

    Your logs show that there are parsing errors. That is why it fails for you.

    This commit fixes this issue:

    It will be available in the upcoming release of libimobiledevice 1.1.1.

  • Znarf

    Znarf June 8th, 2011 @ 10:20 AM

    Sorry for re-asking as being an unexperienced user. I'm running libimobiledevice 1.1.1 as opensuse-RPM package on openSUSE 11.3 and syncing with Iphone 3GS iOS 4.1.3 worked perfectly. Unfortunately the iphone ran defective and I had to change it. Now iOS 4.3.2 is installed and I get the error discussed in this thread. That means Iphone is well recognized using ifuse, and gtkpod also seems to work fine, however, syncing fails with the "missing hash file" info.
    I do not know how to handle the fix/patch. Is it possible to copy it into a config-file, but in which? Or can I wait for a new openSUSE rpm package which contains the bugfix? Thank you for a short helpful reply. Your work is great, I am very impressed by your software development.

  • Znarf

    Znarf June 12th, 2011 @ 01:32 PM

    Ok, everything is fine now. I took the libgpod-tools from the FunkyM repository instead of the openSUSE generic one, and now it works with iOS 4.3.2, too. Thanks to the maintainer's great work!

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A project around supporting the iPhone in Linux.

See http://libimobiledevice.org

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