complete iPod newbie questions

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    suthrnflwr New Member

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    i just purchased a touch 3g 8gb.
    first what is the point of jailbreaking besides customizing wallpapers? does it able you to get free paid apps? what is cydia and rock?
    thanks!!
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    Please remove that, piracy is not allowed here.
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    _JKK_ Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I'd link you to the rules, but I don't think you'll read them anyways.

    Don't pirate someone else hard work.

    We don't allow illegal discussion. And no, jailbreaking isn't illegal.
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    : i can connect to itunes through the normal ipod app...
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    really confused to what this is referring to. was this to my question?

    i'm not asking where i can get free apps. i want to know what the hype is about jailbreaking besides the different wallpapers that you can get.
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    Ok, sorry about that one. If you were talking about free jailbreak apps (not jailbroken apps; there is a difference).

    Anyways, there are some jailbreak apps that are nice, but they usually have something on the App Store. The biggest thing is probably Google Voice.

    Honestly, jailbreaking offers a fraction of the functionality that it did in 1.x, when there was no apps store.
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