Difference Between 1G and 2G JB?

Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by disdude, Jan 15, 2009.

  1. disdude

    disdude Member

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    Is there any difference between a jailbroken 1g and 2g? Like can the 1g use more apps, and is the 2g faster?
  2. breakkdown

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    We do not know what the main differences will be yet.
    The 2G jailbreak isn't available yet.
    The 2G will porbably be a tad faster though.
  3. canadaboy700

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    I would say the whole 2g jailbreak will be the same.
    But the 2g will have speakers, external volume control, brighter screen. Yeh
  4. Qartin

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    The 2g definatly cause it has bluetooth chip and once found out how to enable and use it. You can wirelessly sync, use a bluetooth headset, or wireless headphones, possibly connect to other ipod touch 2g's, and connect to your cellphone and possibly be able to text like you can with palm pilots.

    Enabling bluetooth basically turns your ipod into a palm pilot without the windows os.
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    The 2G will be faster, because of the processor.
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    There is a bluetooth card in the iPod, however it is locked down to the Nike + iPod thing. It uses the same frequency as a bluedtooth device however:
    (from arstechnica.com)
    Turns out the Nike Plus gear uses the same 2.4 GHz frequency as Bluetooth, so the Broadcom chip was probably an obvious and cheap choice to stuff into the iPod touch. Locking the chip's functionality down and hiding its Bluetooth capabilities from the iPod touch's OS is most likely a move on Apple's part to maintain a distinct line of value between the iPod touch and iPhone. After all, Apple can't be cannibalizing AT&T's subscriptions, right?
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    Also, I'm no expert, but that added functionality will be a while yet. Bluetooth syncing is something that has to be added to iTunes. Either that or some serial connection emulation or something. The headphones wouldn't be as bad, but it would need to be developed (which takes time!)
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    Well... the 2G and 1G uses the same arcitecture. The only thing really different is the old exploit that is patched, a better proccessor AND more security checks.
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    did 2g have builtin mic if not how to record voice
  10. superrob

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    No the 2G however supports the 4pin headphone jacks that features mic (Like the iphone).

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