Quick Thedered Jailbreak Question

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  1. fakhrex

    fakhrex New Member

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    Let's say I jailbreaked my ipod touch 3G 8GB (Tethered).
    After that, if I reboot, the jailbreak thing will go away. I'll have to use blackra1n again.

    My questions are:
    1- Does this mean i'll have to restore my ipod too every time I reboot? (It won't turn on unless I use blackra1n)
    2- If I uninstall the jailbreak, will my ipod go back to normal?

    Thank you.

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    Jacob Well-Known Member

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    1. If you reboot all you have to do is press "make it ra1n" again on the blackra1n program.
    2. You have to restore to completely remove it, then it will be gone and Apple can't see any traces.
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    Thanks for the answer

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    although for the first question: When I reboot my ipod, the jailbreak thing will disappear and i know that i have to use blackra1n again. But will the ipod turn on? (Or will I stuck in recovery or something like that).
    I just want to know if starts normally without jailbreak.
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    No, it will go to a connect to iTunes screen (recovery mode) and the only way to get it out is run blackra1n again or restore (which is stupid because you'll lose all your jailbreak functionality).
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    So if get annoyed by that, I uninstall blackra1n, and I can reboot normally without jailbreak. Right?
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    You can restore, that's the only way to remove it.

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