Sorry if this has been asked before, or if this is the wrong forum for it (I'm not as active on this site as a lot of you are.) But I did a few searches and didn't find the info, and the similar threads don't seem to address it, either. I had a first-gen ipod touch, and it was jailbroken. I just got a new iPod Touch, 3rd generation. I had the first gen device jailbroken for two main reasons: 1. Simple things like having a background image 2. The home button was broken... i.e. jailbreaking saved my musical/app life. Needless to say, I no longer need jailbreaking for these things alone. That said, I don't want this device to be jailbroken, at the very least not while it's still under warranty. So what I'm wondering is this: I plugged in the new ipod, and selected "restore from previous backup." So it restored much of my data. But then I got to wondering if that means any data related to jailbreaking was transferred to the device, and if so, how can I get rid of it? Is there any chance that I've already voided my warranty or that Apple will refuse if I need to take the device in? Should I restore it to factory settings and then sync it rather than restoring from backup? Basically, I just don't want there to be any sign of jailbreaking on this device. I'm not too incredibly tech-savvy; I assume I'm probably in the clear as long as I don't jailbreak further, but I'd like confirmation from someone who actually knows for sure; I figure you fine folks probably know the answer. Thanks for your time, and again, apologies if this has been addressed or is in the wrong forum.