iOS 4.0 Is the status bar supposed to change?

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  1. JacobVengeance

    JacobVengeance Well-Known Member

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    okay I was jailbroken on 3.1.3 with spirit and then I updated to iOS 4 .
    My status bar never changed though. There isn't a jailbreak for my model though.
    It still says iJacob, but I dont know it is supposed to change back to iPod or be the name of my iPod?

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    If you restored from a backup you'll get that if you used MIM back on 3.1.3.
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    I used MIM and then I updated to iOS4 through restore of course, but I find it weird how a jailbreak feature is on there.
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    Whenever you sync itunes makes a backup. MIM is one of the things it backups.
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    wish 4.0 had option for battery percent without having to jailbreak
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    lol that came with it too then lol. My device is not jailbroken. So what you see is what restored with it.
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    yea you got lucky

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    you'd think in accessibility settings you could turn on percent for battery or something
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    i know, but hey they couldnt even add backgrounds on a iPod Touch 2nd Gen.

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