iOS 4.0 Jailbreak. But the opposite.

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by dodgy, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. dodgy

    dodgy Member

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    Someone (if possible) should make an 'antijailbreak'.

    Its job: To remove all jailbreak data (Cydia, cydia packages etc.) from the device without harming the performance or corrupting any other data remaining on the device itself.

    Its aim: To allow users to 'remove' the jailbreak from the device without having to restore and lose all other data (music, contacts, pictures etc.)

    This would save a lot of time.

    If this is possible, please, someone give it a go. Thanks.
  2. TakenAppleDownAPeg

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    restoring does the job fine, I can't see anyone spending time on this, if you don't like waiting just do it when you go to bed.
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    Also for people with iPhone 4s restoring literally takes no time at all. And I have about 3 GB of apps.
  4. dodgy

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    It's the loss of all other data as well. Sometimes, people forget to backup their data.
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    and thats why iTunes does it automatically

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  6. Ex-Touch

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    I don't think it's possible. Jailbreak is installed right into the system, modifying system files. You can probably remove it partially, but without a restore it's not possible imo.
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    If that's the case, then one would have to back up his data first and then restore.
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Uninstalling all jailbreak apps/packages (including Cydia) doesn't make you unjailbroken. The kernel has to be patched to gain root access and run unsigned code.
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    How about this:

    Someone should modify Cydia so, when it installs, it backs up the modified system files. Then all the jaillock program (like my nickname?

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    ) has to do is uninstall all Cydia apps, uninstall Cydia itself, replace the original system files (and repatch the kernel to its original state if necessary), and reboot.
  10. dodgy

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    I never said the application should uninstall all jailbreak apps/packages, I said, it should remove all jailbreak data (including all the modified system files etc.

    I have very little (near to none) how jailbreaking works and how the files are modified. I was merely asking if it's possible, and if so, could someone have a go at it.

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