Should I Completely Remove Jailbreak, I need an opinion.

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by Naethyn, May 31, 2010.

  1. Naethyn macrumors regular

    Naethyn

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    I have an iPhone 3G on AT&T, I could careless if it is or isn't unlockable, because it is activated. I am very intrigued with what OS 4 has to offer and to be released soon I am thinking about restoring to 3.1.3 along with upgrading my baseband to 5.12. I really don't need the jailbreak because once background image is available I wont need Winterboard, I wont need OpenSSH to restore anything and considering the fact that I barely take videos I dont need CyCorder but is it worth keeping the jailbreak and the occasionally buggy software.
     
  2. Benji222 macrumors 65816

    Benji222

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    I would say Yes for SBSettings.
    When OS 4 Comes out believe me im doing a clean install of everything and doing a DFU restore.

    Why restore now though..?
     
  3. Naethyn thread starter macrumors regular

    Naethyn

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    I can't take the speed deduction that my phone takes when I jailbreak it. If my phone speed is at 100% when it is on 3.1.2 default settings when I jailbreak it, it goes to 80% speed. See what I am saying, my phone needs to preserve battery at school as well as at home and the jailbreak makes my battery go faster. But I did ask for opinions.

    I mean why leave it just for SBSettings. If anything I'd keep it for biteSMS and CyCorder and delete Cydia with CyDelete.
     
  4. Applejuiced macrumors Westmere

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    Your 3G will still be slow with stock 3.1.3 and probably alot slower with 4.0
    Not much you can do, it's a hardware limitation not having enough resources to run as fast as the 3GS or the next iPhone.
     
  5. Naethyn thread starter macrumors regular

    Naethyn

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    I'll be getting a 3GS in a couple weeks and I do not plan on jailbreaking while on 4.0 OS
     
  6. Benji222 macrumors 65816

    Benji222

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    Why not with a 3GS, i just dont get it. Doing the simple action of jailbreaking shouldnt slow it down. Its all what you install(i think) my friend.

    If you cant stand it, go stock for a couple weeks I would try the 3GS jailbreak. I have never had a speed problem and the lowest my ram has gotten is like 90~
     
  7. tctony macrumors 6502a

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    A few weeks? Just wait for the new one.

    [e] and jailbreak it.
     

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