Is one Devteam Jailbreak program over another better to use?

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 3.0 Jailbreak' started by -Xi-, Jul 5, 2009.

  1. -Xi-

    -Xi- Banned

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    For example, will Pwnage Tool produce a more stable jailbreak than RedSn0w?

    I'm making the switch over to Mac in the next couple days when my Macbook gets delivered, and I'm also going to restore my Touch and rejailbreak.

    Is one program better than another to use?
  2. Armerad

    Armerad New Member

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    use Redsn0w.
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    andybno2 New Member

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    redsn0w does not require you to restore where as pwnagetool does. I have used both, I find pwnagetool's dfu walkthrough easier as it tells you to get ready to press buttons where as redsn0w just jumps right into it.

    as for stability they both seem fine to me
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    Alok New Member

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    Use redsn0w, b/c it doesn't require a restore
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    I don't care about ease of use. I'm looking at which will give a cleaner, more stable jailbreak.
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    unless theres something wrong with ur touch i wouldnt restore it and rejailbreak lol its just a waste of time, if there is something wrong then idk i have windows but redsnow 0.7.2 worked great for me but the new 0.8.0 should be very good too
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    Pwnagetool, a restore will wipe everything from old versions that are moot, but a restore from backup negates that

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