Is the JB and pwn difference?

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  1. Sopis

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    I wonder...I guess the name says it all...
    But, is there a difference between jailbreak and pwn?
    And what precisely does ''Your iTunes has been successfully pwned'' meassage mean?

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  2. MrBrightside

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    Nope no difference. And I think it just means that it allows iTunes to restore your iPod with a custom firmware =]
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    but there is the new way, without pwning itunes, the name is qucikpwn..
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    ok...thanks..
    is it good? or better than JB or winpwn?
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    winpwn, quickpwn, and pwnage are proccess that you do to jailbreak, just to say your ipod is jailbroken is one thing, to say its pwned means that you used one of those methods above to jailbreak your ipod

    jailbreaking isnt a method its the result of the method
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    the difference between those three methods

    pwnage-for mac, you make a custom firmware that you restore your ipod to in itunes
    winpwn-same as above, just for windows
    quickpwn-windows only, the only 2.x.x jailbreak that doesnt require a restore, also only way to jailbreak 2.0.2, but you cant change the boot logos like you can in the others (well easily at least)

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