iOS 3.1 Any application to "unjailbreak" Ipod Touch

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  1. sbelli

    sbelli New Member

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    there's tons of folders that I know little about and don't want to delete the wrong things. I just wasn't using anything jailbroken and the emulators, while good ports, just didn't feel right with the digital d-pad.

    I have like 700 MB of "yellow" space and I suspect that a lot of that is related to Cydia, etc.

    I've already upgraded to the latest firmware version and hoped it would wipe it out but it didn't.

    Has anyone developed a un-jailbreak application? Or know what files should be deleted?
  2. m0in

    m0in Well-Known Member

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    did you try restoring to 3.1.2/3.1.3?
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    Krunk_Kracker New Member

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    Reset the iPod in general options, but you want eveer be able to jailbreak again.
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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    What? No. And that 700 MB is the OS, not necessarily Cydia.
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    700mb cant completely be OS. the other game be related to app data and other things that dont go into the other catagories. Theres no way to get 0MB of 'other'. If you want to lower it restore it and set it up as a new. Setting it up as a old one will bring back the JB files.
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    Actually if I recall when I got my iPod brand new it was only 7.1gb of usable space, rest was reserved.
    Maybe I am wrong
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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    Yea, my 64 gig iPod only had 59 gigs on it.

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    Nburnes Well-Known Member

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    linkiboy New Member

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    It's a marketing ploy by memory companies. They use SI definition of giga, which is base 10, but computers use base 2, which is the gigabyte you're familiar with. Confusingly, both use the word gigabyte regardless of which one they're referring to.

    In other words, a kilobyte is 1000 bytes and a kibibyte (computer kilobyte, basically) is 1024 bytes. Memory companies use the former.

    You have a 64GB iPod. A GiB is 2^30 bytes, a GB is 10^9 bytes. So it would come out to roughly 60gb in base 2.

    That's also why the 320gb hard drive in your computer only has 298gb space with it in the first place.
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    They call a GB 1 000 000 000 bytes.

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