No mine isn't! But my point is they may actually know what they are talking about that there are some difference between the unbroken and broken iPhones that do cause some instability in their application. I've never really had a reason to jail break mine. You would think folks calling into them with jail broken phones and having this issue they have likely developed a pattern of this problem, which is why when you told them what was happening they made the assumption. Heck I don't know, all I know is I have zero issues with it and today alone it has run for over 9 hours and still going.Yes, (You sound like Slacker Tech Support, LOL!) Is yours?
Yeah I was reading over on the Slacker forums and it seems to be hit and miss when you have jail broken iPhone or iPod Touch. Some say it works just fine and others say it crashes a lot. I think it may have to do with some of the applications folks are running that maybe causing the issues. But as you said. Who knows?Really weird; I uninstalled and then reinstalled the Slacker iPhone app and it worked perfectly on my JB iPhone. Who knows.
Well in one of the threads I asked the question which generation do you have and the reason I asked is because the 2nd generation iPhones and iPod Touches have had a lot of problems when compared to the 1st gen. I am so, so glad I didn't rush out and buy that 2nd generation iPod Touch (which I follow more than the iPhone for obvious reasons).I have discovered today that the crashing isn't limited to just Slacker, since it's done it on a few other applications, and cover flow on the iPod. Time to hit the Apple support forums.
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That could be an option to look into as well.Could be that too. If you have enough room on the device you can pay $3.99 for a Slacker Plus subscription and cache, which would eliminate the problem.