I need help making a decision

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Cancer In a Box, Jun 6, 2008.

  1. Cancer In a Box

    Cancer In a Box New Member

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    please help

    should i Jailbrake my touch now, not jailbreak it, or wait for my warranty to expire.

    I really like all the things you can do with it when its jailbroken but i dont want it to crap out on me and me not being able to fix it
    what should i do?

    please reply
    thank you


    cancer in a box
  2. Halacio

    Halacio New Member

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    jailbreaking doesn't void warranty... if anything goes wrong you can restore it then send it to apple.
  3. sucram6791

    sucram6791 New Member

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    just jailbreak u will be fine. if u need help just ask us
  4. Joe Rossignol

    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    Okay, you definitely wouldn't want to wait for the warranty to expire, because what's the point then?
  5. stefan.unterkircher

    stefan.unterkircher New Member

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    DO IT -> COME ON -> DO IT
    Quote: Starsky and Hutch
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    eric_chaos Well-Known Member

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    Restore and you get your warentee back.
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    TmacHot Active Member

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    do it as long as u have the warranty
  8. AngelSynth

    AngelSynth Banned

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    uuum, Jailbreaking definitely voids your warranty :|

    c'mon man, that's like Jailbreak 101 right there :/

    You void your warranty by "modifying" existing software, and installing 3'rd party applications, that haven't been approved by Apple (SDK apps are the exception)

    however, restoring removes ANY signs of previous jailbreaking, so if anything does go wrong, or something (knock on wood) happens on your iPod, then you can send it back to Apple, and your basically guaranteed a new Touch (Apple's iPod Touch warranty is surprisingly flexible).

    Also, there are very... very... VERY... VERY... few ways to cause permanent damage to your Touch, unless your a total idiot who's focused on destroying your nice new iPod, then you have nothing to fear

    -Go ahead man, jailbreak and see for yourself, if you still aren't sure, then don't jailbreak, it's your choice not mine...
  9. Cancer In a Box

    Cancer In a Box New Member

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    hey thanks alot
    that really helped i have decided to jailbrake it now.
    thanks
    Cancer in a Box

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