I have a 32GB iPod Touch 3G, and jailbroke it using blackra1n. Yesterday, I noticed that iPod wouldn't connect to iTunes and wouldn't charge, so I assumed that my power cord was broken. However, I tried using a different cord, and the problem persisted. Convinced that it was a problem with my iPod and not something else, I decided that I needed to take it in to Apple. Seeing as it was jailbroken, I needed to restore it, but because I couldn't connect it to my computer, I didn't have that option. Because the battery just died, I now get the "Connect to iTunes" screen when I attempt to turn the iPod on. My basic question is: If I send it in to Apple, will they be able to find traces of the jailbreak? Also, even if there is a way to find the traces, will the normal process that Apple would take find them? Thanks. p.s. Most of the resources I could find on tethered jailbreaks just said that you needed to connect the iPod after a shutdown, not what would happen if you don't.