Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.3 Jailbreak' started by BlazeEdwin, Jan 19, 2008.
If jailbreaking requires Hardware Edit..
Will you do it?
Or you will just stay at 1.1.2?
It won't require hardware modification.
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Your question should be... "Would you do a Hardware Jailbreak?"
And as an answer to that question, I'd say no.
I rather stay on 1.1.3 (no upgrade) than having to hard mod my iPod.
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If it was very minor hardware mod... then I would... try.
But, if it like crazy hard... I won't even try.
In short, No. But there isnt going to be a hardware mod. That is for the iphone to unlock it.
guys, a hardware mod could mean anything, I could mean that we have to build a small dock connector, to short it out, anything is posibie.......
It depends. If it was simply shorting something or bridging some pins then sure I might try it, but if it involved reflashing or something then I wouldnt bother.
I would never do a hardware jailbreak or hack. I've paid 400€ for this thing and I will only use absolutely safe methods for anything related to it. That means - software only!
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