So, I JB my iPhone 4 around 9 months ago. About 2 months after, I frequently lost service and a message would pop up and tell me that I couldn't make or receive texts or calls until I plugged my phone into iTunes and restored it. The first time it happened, I restored it as a new phone because I couldn't remember my back up password. After that, I created a new one.. Since then, I've had to restore my phone 4-5 times and I used the backup I created AFTER my restoration. Yesterday, it happened again- except this time, when I went to finish the restoration process- it says "An unknown error has occured. Error (-1)". Today, I took it to Verizon (because the nearest Apple Store is 2+ hours away), they tried restoring it and still the same error popped up. So I called Apple Support, stayed on the phone with them from 11-3:30, tried 3 different computer and eventually tried to restore it over 20 times.. My warranty was up, so I had to pay $150 for a replacement. I got the e-mail receipt and it says if I violated terms and conditions, I will be charged an additional-non refundable $501. My question is- the phone obviously has a hardware/baseband error- was it caused from the jailbreak, even though restored? And will Apple detect it if phone has been restored multiple times within the last 9 months?? someone please help. because my mom used her credit card and I need to go hide for a few years if they are going to detect it.