I have mine and my wife's iPhone 5's updated to 6.1.2 and Jailbroken. I know never to update OTA, but I'm not confident my wife won't accidentally update if she is prompted to. With that in mind, I have a few quick questions: 1) I noticed when Evasi0on was updated shortly after it's initial release, the release notes mentioned "prevent OTA updates". Does this mean if we are already Jailbroken, then the Jailbreak itself will automatically prevent OTA updates? This is the Evasi0n release notes that I was referring to: http://www.iphonehacks.com/2013/02/evasi0n-1-2-disables-ota-updates-fixes-timezone-bug.html 2) Will the phone still prompt us when the next version of iOS is released? Or do we need to install another Jailbreak tweak to prevent that and to ensure we don't accidentally update? 3) If I understand correctly, with the iPhone 5 there is no way to downgrade, so if we do accidentally update, then we have lost our Jailbreak for good (unless an update for the Jailbreak comes out that works again), right? 4) If something goes awry on our phones and we need to restore, I assume iTunes will automatically put the newest firmware on the phone, thus also ruining our Jailbreak, right? What if we do a "Erase All Content and Settings" from the phone's Settings menu - does that also update the firmware, or does it just erase the phone, set it as new, but keep the current firmware? In other words, is there a way to erase the phone without updating the firmware so we can stay at 6.1.2 and continue our Jailbreak? Thanks!