Side Effects of Jailbreaking

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  1. bloodbath147

    bloodbath147 New Member

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    I'm very new to the jailbreaking community with iPhone OS devices and I was wondering if jailbreaking your device could impact the performance of your system negatively.
  2. Timmarus

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    It can get a bit slower, the more cydia apps you get. That's pretty much it.
  3. ripply

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    Not at all. Maybe just a little bit. But if you get sbsettings you can see how much ram you have and you can free some.
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    It will only get slower if you flood your ipod/iphone with crap that you dont need. Crap being mobile substrate addons
  5. Cokegod

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    there is also the chance to get the iPhone springboard when you reboot, and that messes up your icons and makes you have to respring.
  6. SoBe

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    You are supposed to have a springboard. The only thing that slows down your device would be mobile substrate addons.
  7. Happyman7

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    With the iPad's A4 Processor, I am pretty sure you will be fine.
  8. SoBe

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    I think it has more to do with ram.
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    He meant the iPhone's springboard. If you haven't seen it yet, you're lucky.
  10. SoBe

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    Oh I think I know what you are talking about now.

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