Cautious IPod Touch Owner

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.x Jailbreak' started by KhOAsGOTRiCe, Oct 14, 2007.

  1. KhOAsGOTRiCe

    KhOAsGOTRiCe New Member

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    i really want to jailbreak my ipod, but i want to make sure that its safe before i do it. If i do it, will my 2 year warranty end? After i do it and use the apps and stuff and dont like it at all (which i doubt will happen) can i do a restore and go back to what it was before i jail broke it?

    o and my PC just crashed, and i do not want to sync it to my laptop because i have no songs or movies on it. can i jailbreak it using my laptop? or do i have to sync it first?
  2. nicksaballa

    nicksaballa New Member

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    i would really appreciate some insight into this from somebody knoledgeable as well, im brand new to this sight but am really excited to jailbreak my ipod touch. Since i just came to this sight im searching for an answer now, but id really like to know if its reversable.
  3. AlexRADL

    AlexRADL Retired Moderator

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    Yes, it is reversable, you simply restore your iPod and it goes back to the way it came.
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    nicksaballa New Member

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    do you think apple will release an update like they did with the iphone which renders the ipod useless if it detects there was once jailbreaking going on, is jailbroken.
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    AlexRADL Retired Moderator

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    They may, you never know what apple is going to do. If they do release an update that bricks iPods just don't update your iPod.
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    kyledylanconner New Member

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    Ryuukumori New Member

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    If you want that update, for some good reasons, which I always like to update my stuff, restore it, then update. Hopefully wait for the hacking team to make a new jailbreak method with the new firmware, which should be faster, since they already have a backbone to the jailbreaking experience right now. ^^.

    Saving money for my iPod Touch ($100/ $400 from yard work alone!) That should go in my signature...
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    Hazed Retired Moderator

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    That may not be the case. They got lucky with the TIFF buffer-overflow exploit. If Apple patches the Safari security hole the hackers will be back to square one.

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