1. YesSorry, I didn't make myself clear. By 'they', I meant Apple. So, for example if something goes wrong with let's say, the accelerometer and I need to send it to Apple, and I have Jailbroken the Touch, obviously it is easy to tell as I will have all these extra apps. Thus they will not fix it because I have voided my warranty.
But, if the same thing happens, and I have Jailbroken the Touch, but restore it before I send it to Apple, will they honour my warranty as there will be no visible evidence of a Jailbreak? Or is it a case of once Jailbroken, the warranty is gone forever, even if I restore the original settings?
iJailbreak puts the iPhone apps on but jailbreakme.com dosent, but jailbreak me automatically installs the Installer.app and it wayyyyy easier to do.Thank you dagored. Sorry to be annoying. Also, which is the best means of jailbreaking? iJailbreak or Jailbreakme.com?
So does ijailbreak. The only additional apps besides the iphone ones I installed on my pod were calendar and customize. Both work great. Now looking for the 1.1.2 jailbreak method.iJailbreak puts the iPhone apps on but jailbreakme.com dosent, but jailbreak me automatically installs the Installer.app and it wayyyyy easier to do.
Jailbreakme dosent install iPhone apps automatically, iJailbreak will. iPhone apps are not in the InstallerI'm going to take the plunge and jailbreak. worst comes to worst and i restore right?
Final questions. Where in the installer do I find the iPhone Apps and the Calendar Fix, and also, does jailbreakme.com patch this TIFF exploit that everyone keeps talking about?
why not? you are putting the device iin EXACTLY the same state as you bought itBack to the original question for a moment. I don't think Leader or his attorneys would answer the same way some of you guys are answering.
If you jailbreak you've voided your warranty. I don't think you can legally un-void it. All you can do is cover up the fact that you voided it in the first place. In other words you can restore and get away with it, but if put under oath you admit to having jailbroken, I doubt any warranty would be honored. So you're going to have to lie if asked.
I don't know if they even ask, so perhaps the point is moot. But legally speaking, I don't believe you can un-void a warranty that's been made void by hacking your iPod.
I was told so by a Apple Genius (the ones from the Genius Bar). I got this answer after reading a sign that says "adding 3rd party applications, voids the warranty".I was told by an Apple rep directly that adding 3rd party Apps to an iPod does NOT void the warranty but, they did say they wouldn't not help me with problems that may arise using the 3rd party Apps but, it's JUST software people. The software cannot affect the hardware. Would you void your warranty on your Mac if you install Linux on it... and then the power supply fries... they're not going to say, we cannot fix your computer because you've installed Linux on it which is not supported by Apple. Also, it doesn't void other iPod warranties if you want to install Linux on it... Apple has said so themselves. So, no I don't think you can void your warranty for jailbreaking your iPod... but, I think you're pirating software when you steal the iPhone apps and install them on the iPod touch.... which they may not like very much.... but, if you restore your iPod before you get it repaired, they'll never know it was ever in a non-Apple sanctioned state.
Yes but having a phone later is a lot more reliable than not having a phone. Because what happens if you somehow break it and Apple won't fix it because the warranty is void?.... Then you are left without a phone.the point is that through jailbreaking, you have a large amount of applications that have developed over the last year. the app store doesn't have that level of maturity yet, or even that number of applications.
my iphone was more reliable as jailbroken 1.1.4 than it is for unjailbroken 2.0.
As the title says, I am very tempted to Jailbreak my Touch, but was wondering.
I know it breaks my warranty, but if I restore, will my warranty still be gone? How will they know that I have jailbroken?