I jailbroke my 2G iTouch running 3.0 a while back. Then I accidentally upgraded to 3.1.1 when it came out via iTunes. I hadn't really done anything with the jailbreak other than install the 'Folders' app. I had a TON of apps, so almost all of them went into a folder. When 3.1.1 was installed, it apparently wiped out the folders, but didn't bring the stuff inside them back to the main springboard. They're still on my iPod, and still receiving updates and all that, but I can't see them on the springboard screen and can't use them. Is there any way to get rid of the jailbreak WITHOUT restoring my iPod? If not, what is saved during a backup? I have a TON of eBooks stored and would really hate to lose all of those, since I hadn't read many of them and wouldn't necessarily be able to hunt them down. Also, how do I check details about the last backup saved in iTunes? I don't care about keeping the jailbreak; I'd rather be rid of it. It just wasn't useful for me; I'd rather be able to update the software as updates come from Apple. So can I get rid of the jailbreak without permanently losing all my application data and files (aside from the apps themselves)? Thanks, everyone.