iOS 4.0 Deciding to jailbreak my iPhone 4

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  1. Honda

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    So I'm deciding to jailbreak it, but I was wondering what are some apps that drain my battery like crazy? I'm scare of ruining my battery.

    Thanks.
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    dude the battery lasts 10 years, and i dont think u'll have an iPhone 4 when the iPhone 8 is out o.0
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    I think he means battery life, like as in having to recharge it often...

    The only things that really decrease battery life noticeably is any Mobile Substrate add-on. 4-5 are ok, but once you have more than 6-10 it drains it down fairly noticeably.
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    oh ok..yeah stay clear of mobile sustrate apps then
  5. Honda

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    So to jailbreak, I just have to go on jbme then slide the bar? What happens after? Like what does it do?
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    It jailbreaks it (d'oh), but you have to be at 4.0 or 4.0.1...

    It 'just' adds cydia to your apps
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    Yeah, I got 4.0.1, that's all I have to worry about right?

    Oh yeah, also, if a new update come, I just update it and it get rids of my jb right? I don't have to do anything? I'm clean right?
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    If your getting low battery easily, delete some mobile substrate add-ons.
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    What's mobile substrate? Does it come with Cydia

    I just jailbroke my iP4 and I add [redacted] and everything, but the icon isn't there.. wthell.
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    its a cydia app that is invisible (doesnt have an icon when u install it) and this app kinda protects your ipod or something because u know in windows you get the blue screen of death right? so apple does not have that feature so you might brick your device so mobile substrate opens your iphone/ipod touch in safe mode incase that happens and displays a user-friendly message that can help u fix your iphone/ipod touch. For me, mobile substrate saves my ipods life sometimes now and then..

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