They will ask you a simple question, "Has this phone ever been jailbroken?" They will then stare into your soul and, as you urinate and defecate all over yourself, you will scream, "Yes, yes it was!" as you run screaming out of the store with your pants around your ankles, knocking several mall walkers into the pretzel/ear ring stand.Can Apple Genius tell that it was jailbroken before?
What?just curious on this one
i jailbroke using spirit
and when i wanted to try the dev teams restore ipsw to jailbreak 4.0
it saidthis device has been previously jailbroken using spirit
now if that can detect that after a fullreset and restore
then whats not to say apple have something similar or am i thinking way outside the box on this
LmaooooThey will ask you a simple question, "Has this phone ever been jailbroken?" They will then stare into your soul and, as you urinate and defecate all over yourself, you will scream, "Yes, yes it was!" as you run screaming out of the store with your pants around your ankles, knocking several mall walkers into the pretzel/ear ring stand.
All you have to do is restore the phone to stock firmware in iTunes.
There's no 'might' about it.Don't restore from backup cause some jb stuff might carry over.
when 4.0 was released for iphone 3gs usersWhat?
What gave you that message and when?
When you restore everything is put back to stock firmware. Don't restore from backup cause some jb stuff might carry over.
I never heard of this before.when 4.0 was released for iphone 3gs users
i was one of those people who clicked upgrade straight away.
after doing so i then went on my quest for a jailbreak.
i then came across the dev teams way of doing it
which was download the FW 4.0 from apple and create a custom restore ipsw
using pwnage .
so i went on my to create the restore ipsw following the dev teams tutorial
after it done some checks of the FW it came back saying in red writing in pwnage tool
that this device has been previously jailbroken using spirit- or something similar to this.
i had done a update to 4.0 iwas on 3.1.3 and jailbroken usin spiritI never heard of this before.
So you were on stock 4.0 and tried to create a custom ipsw with pwnage right. But it obviously wouldn't work cause you had to be jb on 3.1.2 or below and on old bootrom in order to update to custom 4.0
So pwnage gave you a generic error that you can't cause maybe u were jb with spirit or not jb at all before you tried it.
I don't see how some try to make a big deal or even bring up someones typos.
If it's really bad thruout and not readable yes but some are way too anal IMO
thats why i was curious when i put that out thereI see. I wonder if it was a generic error letting you know your device wasn't compatible in that state to use a custom ipsw made with pwnage.
I don't think it actually detected you used spirit a few restores prior though.
ma bad I wrote something that was not relevant sorryIt all depends on whether or not you restored to stock firmware and set up as a new phone. If you have restored to stock firmware and set it up as a new phone it's essentially that, a brand new phone (hardware withstanding obviously). But if you go to stock firmware and restore as a backup, chances are some JB stuff will carry over and we can tell, and there is still a good chance they wont care as long as cydia isn't there anymore, unless you get a real d****e bag for a genius. But to be safe, restore to stock firmware and set up as new phone, simple as that.