Jailbroken Touch - Restored. Question?

Discussion in 'iPod touch Hacks' started by razorianfly, Oct 16, 2007.

  1. razorianfly macrumors 65816

    razorianfly

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    Ok, simple question here guys, I jailbroke my touch, had it for like a day, jailbroken, then erased all content and settings before doing a full restore to 1.1.1 through iTunes. It was successful. Back to good ol' 'limited' UI.

    My question is, If apple were to release 1.1.2 (or the sort) - I'd be able to update as normal, without the fear of 'ibricking' right? - I hope so, I went to special effort to completelt re-trace my steps, and delete every trace of the previous jailbreak.

    I just have to say, I saw what the iPod Touch was really capable of with the jailbreak, and there's one word. Wow. The iPhone apps were something else.

    Thanks in advance for any responce.
    R-Fly
     
  2. JohnR macrumors member

    JohnR

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    Why did you restore it if it was so Wow?

    I picked up the 8GB Touch today and I think I want to jailbreak it, but I want to read up if anyone is having problems with crashing or whatever.
     
  3. Brian513A macrumors member

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    honestly, i think it's a waste of time. (i am so going to get beaten up for saying this...). i jailbroke my ipod, no problems whatsoever. but the extra apps? really nothing spectacular. especially when you have to get in there and type in all the command lines and such. i have pigshooter and sudoku on my ipod now. whoopdeedoo. i will most likely never use them. i use my ipod(s) for music purposes. not games. so it's really up to you. there's my two cents. i don't think it's worth it. so unless i completely missed some way to do all these extra things, i'd say just use your ipod the way it comes out of the box. :cool:
     
  4. LillieDesigns macrumors 6502

    LillieDesigns

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    I had mine jailbroken also, but since I'm a noob with ssh I took it off. I think springboard is great, but that's about it.
     

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