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Thread: iPhone 3G JB or No?

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    What's Jailbreak? GuThanDuDe's Avatar
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    Default iPhone 3G JB or No?
    Hey Ladz.

    I just bought a new iPhone 3G (2 days ago) from o2 (on contract) And I'm wanting to Jailbreak already, but Since I'm on a contract I'm a bit worried about losing my warranty or just basically getting in trouble from o2 if anything happens with the phone.

    So what do you think? Should I just jailbreak and don't worry about getting cought, or should I wait at least a month or two?

    Ps. I'm on 2.2.1 and I don't need to use yellowsn0w, because I'm staying with the original SIM from o2.

    Thanks for your Time.
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    jailbreak it, you can always restore to a stock firmware, no worries

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    o2 cant see that your phone is jailbroken. plus its reversable with no traces so i'd say go ahead.
    Being an i can be a lot of pressure. you have to live right up to the small point.

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    Thanks you guys for your time and help, I'll probs do it really soon , I miss being able to use gameboy and cycorder :L .

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