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    i got an ipad 2 for school and jailbreaked it can they detect the jailbreak?

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    Nope no way to detect it. Is it your own or school letting you borrow it?

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    Well, a while ago I read something about workplaces being able to detect a jailbroken device. Can't remember the details for some reason...but I doubt a school would go through all those measures to do it. If you hide the signs of jailbreak, then the school likely won't check for it.

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    ok thanks we and we bought it through te school

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    Ya you will be good just don't go around showin it off

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    I have an iphone 3g updated through itune and got stock on recovery. I jailed break and was getting no service. I tried to increase the baseband to 6.15 and the phone went into recovery mode. I successful followed your instruction using redsn0w_win_0.9.6rc19 and it successfully unlock my phone but still showing no service. Please what do i do as i don't what to loose my phone. Pls I need a response urgent
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    If your really concerned, which you really don't need to be, open cydia and install "Poof". Poof hides apps. Then hide Cydia, Poof, and any jailbroken apps using Poof.

    It's not like the school would care if it was jailbroken

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    SBSettings will hide apps just as well. Probably better off using SBS than poof, considering poof also has an icon on the springboard

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    Quote Originally Posted by i.Annie View Post
    SBSettings will hide apps just as well. Probably better off using SBS than poof, considering poof also has an icon on the springboard
    You can hide poof using poof. You can't really hide sbsettings

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