iOS 4.0 Is this iPhone 4 jailbroken?

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  1. cjori

    cjori New Member

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    Hi,
    I guess you've all heard about the reception problem, there are plenty of thread about it.
    However, in this YouTube video, this guy shows his reception problem on his iPhone 4, and he has a text showing up instead of the clock at the status bar, kinda like what MakeItMine (from Cydia) does, so my question is, is this iPhone jailbroken or there is a trick to change the clock to something else that I'm not aware of?
    If there jailbreak I'd like to be linked to it, though I highly doubt it as I haven't seen a single thread about it.
    If there is thins kind of trick I'd like to be linked to it too, seems nice.

    How dumb can I be? forgot the YT link, here it is:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYlGQyylCTk
  2. Tatertay

    Tatertay Member

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    Link to the YouTube video please? Otherwise you're going to be dismissed as a troll, and a mod may lock this thread.
    EDIT: Link is up, thanks OP
  3. Just_For_Now

    Just_For_Now Active Member

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    most definitely jailbroken.
  4. iLucky

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    If he had a different iPhone jailbroken and used something such as MakeItMine he could change stuff in the status bar. Then back it up. The restore iPhone 4 to that backup. I did it before with my iPod touch on accident.
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    SkylarEC Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    The fake time just another setting (SBFakeTime). It is carried over from a previous iPhone that was jailbroken. There is no evidence in the video that the iPhone shown is jailbroken.
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    Yeah happened to me before upon using a backup with a brand new device. Think it happened when I got my 3GS.
  7. cjori

    cjori New Member

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    Well, thank you, it was clear that this is sort of a "trick".
    Thanks for clearing that up.

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