iOS 3.1 When I restore and iTunes wants to restore my backup, will my JB be there?

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  1. Cursayer

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    Title.
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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    No, but certain things will still be there. Battery percentage and a custom carrier will still be there.
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    no. only app data, calender, contacts, notes and a few others
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    restore, jailbreak then restore from backup, easy.
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    I noticed this myself and I was 'What the hell? It's still jailbroken?'. I think that if I wasn't a power user, the percentage bar is all I would need.

    Normal iPod + Battery % = Speed and bonus functionality.
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    Well, the battery life is not in in of itself a battery depleter. What you install with a jailbreak, however, can deplete your battery faster. To give examples, most Mobile Substrate addons deplete battery in some way, shape, or form.

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