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  1. relicwqa's Avatar
    what happen to the (AppSnapp) for jailbreaking your iphonewhy cant we use that?
    or why cant they do that for 2.0x so we dont need to use a MAC/PC at all for oldhacking your iphone.
    life as a bootlegger
    2008-09-01 02:53 AM
  2. questioncom's Avatar
    apple closed that loop hole
    2008-09-01 05:01 AM
  3. cpjr's Avatar
    ^^Yup, there was a .tiff exploit in Safari for earlier versions of the firmware, thus making it possible to jailbreak from within safari, from

    As questioncom said, that "door" has been closed in later versions of the firmware.
    2008-09-01 06:08 AM
  4. relicwqa's Avatar
    there know way to open that "door" so we dont need to use a MAC/PC at all
    life as a bootlegger
    2008-09-01 06:54 PM
  5. AKA_Ben's Avatar
    No - it was a bug that has been squashed - using a computer isn't so bad is it?
    2008-09-01 07:06 PM
  6. relicwqa's Avatar
    well useing a computer is not that bad for jailbreaking but i would like to stay a way from a pc lol.
    life as a bootlegger
    2008-09-01 10:02 PM
  7. one1's Avatar
    Well there are tons of apps developed for all firmwares. Newer is not always better. Look at all the crap people are dealing with using customize 2.0. Back in the RSBT days when the springboard scrolled vertically the only way you'd have conflicts or issues was with "Dock" installed since it conflicted with RSBT. Otherwise, when you hit the "change" button, it did it.... every time.

    As stated, there were tons of apps developed for every firmware, especially 1.0.2 which until the app store held the record for most apps developed for any firmware. If you don't want to break your phone out with a computer, simply downgrade...... there's no lack of things to install, and in some ways our latest FW is choked down dramatically. I remember putting 6 or more icons on my dock back in the day.

    .....and it worked, everything worked.
    Iíve been here almost 12 years, 10k posts, 1100 thanks. I donít need post approval.
    2008-09-02 01:08 AM

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