What would you do for a jailbreak?

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by BroadStBullies, Oct 19, 2008.

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Yes or no?

  1. Yes I would mod my iPod's hardware.

    30.6%
  2. No I would'nt mod my iPod's hardware.

    69.4%
  1. BroadStBullies

    BroadStBullies Well-Known Member

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    Here is an interesting question. If the only way to jailbreak the iPod Touch 2G was to mod the hardware would you risk it? I personally would never mess with the hardware of my new iPod, even for a jailbreak. The three main reasons are that: 1. I dont want to risk my warranty for for something I might not really use. 2. What if I mess it up? That would suck. 3. The jailbreak is becoming less usefull and more of a nusiance. It would not be worth it.
    What are your thoughts on the subject?
  2. Baker5

    Baker5 Well-Known Member

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    nope never would i do that to my ipod
  3. murphmanny

    murphmanny Banned

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    never
    i'd rather stick to my 1g
    not much of a difference
  4. Totally 1337

    Totally 1337 Active Member

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    nope. id sell it. ok no i wouldnt

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  5. JohnyW

    JohnyW New Member

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    If I had 2 of them I would.
  6. murphmanny

    murphmanny Banned

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    true
    i'd probably do it if i had two
  7. JohnnyAndroid

    JohnnyAndroid Active Member

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    It depends if the hardware mod is simple or something ridiculously difficult.


    Because the last psp home brew requires you to mod the battery and I was like nope because it's kind of difficult and I don't have the money to buy a new one if I mess it up!

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  8. murphmanny

    murphmanny Banned

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    What would I do for a jailbreak?

    eat a klondike bar
  9. Bubalooshi

    Bubalooshi Active Member

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    I have a 1G now and haven't jailbroken since I upgraded to 2.1.

    I don't see why I'd even want to with the 2G, let alone open it up and risk destroying it.

    If there was a software jailbreak (I bet there will be), I'll probably try it out.
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    rafarquhar New Member

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    If you think making a Pandora's battery is difficult, then how do you define easy?

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    I would think that modding an iPod's hardware would be extremely difficult though. There's also a big risk, unlike making a Pandora's battery for the PSP. If you mess up the Pandora battery, you spend $20 on a new one. If you ruin your iPod, you're out anywhere from $230 to $400.

    I wouldn't do it.

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