So let me get this straight

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  1. sarangan

    sarangan New Member

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    If I jailbrak my 2g, do I always have to attach it to my computer if I want to use my device? Does this mean I can only use the device while it is connected to the computer, or do I take it off after I boot? Can anyone recommend a decent GUI and Bootloader
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    dancool999 New Member

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    Use Cywood GUI to jailbreak, then later use 1clickboot to boot patch.

    No you only need it connected everytime you restart your ipod. Then apply patch.
  3. chapulin17

    chapulin17 New Member

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    You will have to connect the ipod to your computer ONLY if you turn it off (hold power buttom for 5 seconds and then slide), but if you keep it "sleeping", the device will work perfectly.

    and i say you wait until Chris releases his amazing GUI (redtool) for both, jailbreaking and booting up the ipod.

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  4. Munksyman325

    Munksyman325 New Member

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    You only use the computer to do a complete reboot and you can unplug it when you reboot. Easiest way IMO is manual which prevents any program glitches (no offense to any devs)
  5. sarangan

    sarangan New Member

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    thanks, can I brick my ipod? or will i be able to restore all the time
  6. Munksyman325

    Munksyman325 New Member

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    I don't think you can "brick" your iPod because there's always a way to restore or input some code.

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