My3G Updated And Allows FaceTime Using 3G Connection
The folks over at Intelliborn recently released My3G version 4.1.4, an application that convinces other apps that they are on Wi-Fi instead of 3G. The newer version of the app supports FaceTime over 3G so it is definitely something that will be attracting a lot of first time jailbreakers, especially after the release of JailbreakMe 2.0 Star. Much like 3G Unrestrictor, it works around iOS’s 3G / EDGE restrictions, allowing you to download files that are bigger than 10MB, play full-res YouTube videos, and use apps like Sling Player and FaceTime. Below are the patch notes for the newest version of the app:
- In-App popup request to enable/never ask for My3G to be enabled for that app
- In-App indicator when My3G changes the network from 3G to WiFi
- Ability to select which apps are My3G enabled and not.
- Default Apps – no configuration for the most popular apps!
- SBSettings Toggle! You can temporarily enable My3G for all apps or toggle back using your defined Apps list
- Dynamic enablement – Higher successs rate (near 100%) then 3G Unrestrictor (which does one off solutions for apps). My3G enables 3G indicators more dynamically.
4.1 Update Features:
- Facetime over 3G!!!
The app is currently available on Rock. We can’t wait to see how well features such as FaceTime perform over 3G or how long it takes to crash AT&T’s network. If you managed to try it out or are thinking about it, share your experience or thoughts in the comments below!
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