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This page is our ultimate guide to jailbreaking. Along with information and frequently asked questions about everything jailbreak, you will find some detailed tutorials on how to jailbreak your iPhone.
If you already know it all about jailbreaking and are just looking for guides and tutorials, then scroll down to find instructions on how to jailbreak. If you are new to jailbreaking and want to learn more about it, I suggest you spend a few minutes reading more about this simple process.
At the bottom of this page, you will find information about various jailbreak methods. Simply look for the firmware version you want to jailbreak and the type of iPhone you have, then click on the link to see a detailed tutorial on how to jailbreak your iPhone or iPod Touch.
Jailbreaking is the process by which an iPhone firmware is modified to allow unsigned code to be run in order to gain access to files that Apple wouldn’t normally let you access.
Jailbreaking adds unofficial application installers to your iPhone such as Cydia, which let you download many 3rd-party applications previously unavailable through the App Store.
The main reason why you’d want to jailbreak is to have the ability to install third party applications that Apple doesn’t or wouldn’t approve in the App Store. There are tons of applications that don’t meet Apple standards or that do things Apple doesn’t want you to do for various reasons.
For example, Apple doesn’t allow you to customize your iPhone by changing app icons or the general user interface of your device. Thanks to the jailbreak community, there are several ways to completely change the way your iPhone looks, WinterBoard being the most popular one.
Besides applications, jailbreaking also gives you access to tweaks, or mods. They’re not applications per se, but they bring subtle improvements to the way your iPhone operates. One of my favorite is Five Icon Switcher, a tweak that lets you have 5 icons in the iPhone app switcher, instead of the default 4.
Finally, a lot of people jailbreak their iPhone in order to be able to unlock it to work on a different carrier. When you want to unlock your iPhone, the first step is to jailbreak it to then run a software that will help you have other carriers work on your iPhone.
Looking for other reasons to jailbreak? I’ve got over 30 here.
Jailbreaking is completely legal, at least here in the US. For a long time, jailbreaking was in a shady spot where it wasn’t illegal, but it wasn’t legal either. In July 2010 though, the US government passed a rule that made jailbreaking legal.
So there is nothing to worry about. Even if you don’t live in the US, there are very little chances Apple would sue you because you jailbroke your iPhone.
The worst thing that could happen when trying to jailbreak your iPhone is that it might get stuck and unresponsive, which some people may think is irreversible. It completely is, and usually, following these simple steps will make sure your iPhone goes back to its original state.
Yes and no. Yes because if you go to the Apple Store and show your jailbroken iPhone to an Apple employee, he will tell you he can’t help you because you voided your warranty the minute you jailbroke your iPhone.
But, if you really have to take your iPhone to Apple, you can always restore your it to its factory settings via iTunes. This will bring your iPhone back to the way it was when you first got it, and Apple will have no way of telling you ever jailbroke it.
I’ve taken previously jailbroken devices to Apple several times before and because I had restored them to factory settings, Apple wasn’t able to tell and they provided me with full support.
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