What should I do?

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  1. HanMan5000

    HanMan5000 Member

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    Well, I'm planning to restore, and, I was wondering if iLiberty+ is better than if I use Ziphone to jailbreak it since I usually try that. Or I can use the Pwnage tool but I don't know what changes it will do from a Ziphone jailbreak. I'm scared if I use Pwnage I won't be able to restore it fully if somthing does wrong? What does iLiberty do that is so cool and why do most people prefer it not ZiPhone?
  2. IrishJO

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    I think iLiberty automatically adds Cydia and I think there are a few other differences but I don't remember what they are.
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    awal Well-Known Member

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    iLiberty's original settings install Cydia, but you can change that to get installer if you want. I prefer iLiberty over Ziphone because out of six times trying the Ziphone method, and doing everything right, I had to restore six times because Ziphone didn't fully jailbreak my iPod. I've only had to use iLiberty once, though, and it went perfectly.

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  4. wearmaize

    wearmaize Active Member

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    iLiberty was designed for the iPod, ziPhone was made originally for... you guessed it, the iPhone.

    So iLiberty is generally more stable, though I would suggest ziPhone if this is your first time (you only click 1 button).
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    pwnage is supposed to be safer than iliberty or ziphone. I used winpwn for my ipod, and its great - the firmware installed perfectly, already was jailbroken with installer on it, and I was able to customize the boot/restore images! what more could you want?
  6. HanMan5000

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    So, if I use iLiberty I won't get the Main Scrypt Execution Failure error or the SWOD?
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    Kadaj_1993 New Member

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    i used ziphone and i havent had any problems

    btw nice avvy
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    wearmaize Active Member

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    those are things thathappen after you jailbreak and is not determined by the method you used. The error has an easy fix.
  9. HanMan5000

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    How do I fix the Main Scrypt Execution Failure without restoring..?
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    Chucky102 Well-Known Member

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    I would recommend ziphone, but it's up to you.

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