Why You Might Not Want to Jailbreak Your iDevice

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Many of the reasons why you may have wanted to jailbreak your iPhone in the past aren’t as valid anymore. You wanted a mobile hotspot and now you have that officially. Even so, there are still reasons why you might want to jailbreak your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, but there are reasons why you might not want to either.

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Poll: Do you root or Jailbreak?

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With Sony getting hacked and their PSN still down, there’s no hiding it even for the biggest of corporations in the world, that includes government too. While i’m personally waiting for an iPad 2 jailbreak still, tell us about you. Do you jailbreak your iOS device and root your droids?

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Use Sn0wbreeze 2.3 to Jailbreak iOS 4.3 iDevices with Windows

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That didn’t take very long at all. The new iOS 4.3 was only put out there last week and there’s already a jailbreak for it. Whether you’re rocking iOS 4.3 on an iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad, or iPod touch, you can do the jailbreak on your choice of Windows or Mac.

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How Chinese iPhone Users Can Get Around Cydia Block By China Unicom

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The App Store is pretty nice with its thousands of applications, but sometimes you still want access to secondary means like Cydia. If you happen to be an iPhone user with China Unicom, however, you may have encountered some issues when trying to connect with Cydia. That’s because Unicom has erected yet another Great Wall of China.

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Sony taking on iPhone jailbreaker GeoHotz and the DMCA

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He may not exactly be a household name, but in the realm of hackers, George “GeoHot” Hotz is highly regarded as a pioneer. He was the first one, after all, to ever jailbreak an iPhone. After turning his attention to the PS3 recently, though, he’s managed to get the attention of Sony’s lawyers.

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Hackulous Mobile Hunt is a reverse BitTorrent for jailbroken iPhone apps

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If you were to cast aside all the potental legal ramifications, the concept and infrastructure behind BitTorrent is quite a brilliant one. Instead of downloading your desired file from a single source, you download little pieces of that file from many other sources. What if you could take the same idea and apply it in reverse for mobile apps?

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