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Posted 18 January 2011 - 06:38 PM
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Posted 20 May 2013 - 02:53 PM
Jailbreaking pretty much means that you disable your phones restrictions. When iPhone first came out it was restricted on verizon service only and many times people would jailbreak this restriction allowing their iPhone to run on any service. Now you can still jailbreak your phone and customize it anyway you want. Hope this helped.
Posted 18 June 2013 - 11:57 AM
I have been jail breaking for about 4 years. It is completely wonderful. As a matter of fact all the progress that has been made in new features in Androids new phones where taken from rejected tweaks apple turned down from its jail breaking community. This is a fact and many articles on it. Basically your unlocking the operating system it still runs the same way at the core level but the tweaks of jail breaking allow great expanded functioning of the phones capabilities. I highly recomend it and like every one else you just have to read as much as you can on the basics and jump right in you will probably make mistakes but learn a lot along the way just as I have over 26 years of working on my first store bought pc and all the many others I build since then and now for myself and others as I was a computer consultant made a fortune off windows 95 switch over now everybody builds their own systems mostly and is the only really smart way to go to get exactly what you want for the price you want to pay. I have had them bricked, and every problem present itself possible and have always gotten it fixed by researching it. If its under warranty just return it to its factory state either by totally manually or just upgrade to the next firmware and wipe it all clean before a sale or taking it in for other type of maintenance.
Posted 21 June 2013 - 12:36 AM
Jailbreaking simply means getting your iPad or for that matter any i-device to be able to do something other than what the Cupertino-based company intended it to do.
Nice if you know how to. The bigger question is a classic why: Why would you want to expand your i-device into other functionality? Jailbreaking requires a lot of techie knowhow and has some inherent dangers. If you love your iPad and is content with what you are having, I strongly suggest you keep it like the first time you got your hands into it.
Posted 05 July 2013 - 10:42 AM
Jailbreaking requires a lot of techie knowhow and has some inherent dangers. If you love your iPad and is content with what you are having, I strongly suggest you keep it like the first time you got your hands into it.
There are more than enough guides, tutorials, and how-to's for even the newest adventurer to keep his device safe. Anyone can do it, one just has to be motivated or curious enough to find out how
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Posted 24 September 2013 - 01:54 AM
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