Member since: May 13th, 2005
Jun 16th 2009 11:53PM I don't even know where to start. This article is totally wrong about everything.
Jan 20th 2008 10:39AM This article isn't completely correct. Phones that were bricked by previous firmware installs seemed to affect phones that were sim unlocked, not phones that were just jailbroken to run additional applications.
Aug 29th 2007 12:50PM Yeah, I've also been wondering what ever happened to Versions. Versions is nothing but Vaporware right now.
May 24th 2007 11:37PM Is it my lucky day?
Apr 16th 2007 10:36AM I was notified by midnightapps and they are in the process of updating the site. The price is 20$.
Apr 16th 2007 10:29AM Why is it is still listed for $14.95 at http://www.midnightapps.com/chaching/ ? I just paid $20 from the link above but on the actual site they have it listed for $14.95.
Mar 26th 2007 11:36AM Actually it's 1.0.2
Dec 17th 2006 10:40AM Has anyone ever heard of the alpine f1 (http://www.alpine.com/e/products/f1/index.html)? I'm a car audio guy. For example, I won a regional sound quality competition at Nassau Coliseum (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nassau_Veterans_Memorial_Coliseum) a few years back. Anyway, you can't use factory speakers if you want good sounds. It just doesn't happen. They can't support the proper frequency ranges. The alpine f1 came out a few years ago and it dynamically calculates how the music sounds as it bounces off the insides of your car and comes back to the unit. It times each driver properly and adjusts things on the fly. Essentially what this guy is claiming. And you can't do it with factory speakers if you want it to be any good. You need focals or morels in addition to a good sound processor. Putting a suit on a monkey doesn't stop him from throwing his own feces.
Dec 2nd 2006 9:44PM Coherence mode is amazing. Everything about this beta is awesome.
Sep 12th 2006 1:01PM You're doing it in reverse chronological order. That should be nice.
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