Why you should re-jailbreak with official QuickPwn

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  1. cjori

    cjori New Member

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    Note: this is referring all models (32GB,16GB,8GB) but the examples are on 8GB iPod touch 2G.

    When you jailbreak with redTool,QuickFreedom or manual, or whatever methode that uses restore in iTunes, you install a new firmware on your device and after that you have 2 FWs in the device which is taking space, on non-jailbroken iPod, you can see that in iTunes the capacity is 7GB, on jailbroken device (with restore method) you can see the capacity is 6.76GB, which is the regular 7GB device with non-jailbroken FW and jailbroken FW and it takes more space.
    QuickPwn modifies the current FW installed on the device, and it doesn't take more space.

    Get it?
    So now, DFU and restore to stock FW and jailbreak with QuickPwn, which takes up to 2min, I just did it.

    Ok, the above info is wrong, sorry, my mistake, a friend told me that info. (highlight to see)

    So I really don't know why, but when you jailbreak with restore in iTunes, the capacity of the iPod will turn into 6.76, and with QuickPwn you get all of your 7GB back, highlight to see the wrong reason, that someone told me it is right.

    OK OK I GET IT FFS... I WAS WRONG THAT'S ALL ABOUT IT NOW CAN YOU STOP FLAMING?!
  2. Ipwnnubletz

    Ipwnnubletz Banned

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    This makes sense, but then I'll have to customize everything again.

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  3. MarcoDiaz

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  4. cjori

    cjori New Member

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    Backup with iTunes and AptBackup, you should be fine.
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    MarcoDiaz New Member

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    so..
    I need restore first with a non-jailbroken FW?
    or I can run redsn0w with in actual jailbroken my iPod touch?
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    fear_2670 Banned

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    And you can restore without DFU, i'm not sure if that is safe for Apple store though.
  7. cjori

    cjori New Member

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    Yeah I know that but I wanted to be sure I've deleted everything.
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    Iamzim9 New Member

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    So could I use this just to change my boot logo on my jailbroken 2G?
  9. himynameisrich

    himynameisrich Banned

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    umm very intristing
    ya cause it dose kinda piss me off when i use a GUI like quickfreedom that it takes up alot of space i should re do my ipod i also hate that when apple says its a 8gb ipod and it isnt even a 8gb ipod its like 7.60 gb i mean come onsay what it is lol.. but ya app backup here i come
  10. Ohfoohy

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    I used appbackup once...never worked...

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