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    Default SDK and jailbroken phones

    I have a jailbroken/unlocked 1st gen iPhone (3.0) and would like to develop apps and submit them to the App Store. Is there any problem with officially registering with Apple, running the SDK, and loading apps onto a jailbroken phone for testing? Will the SDK process relock or otherwise mess up the phone?

    From what I read here, it sounds like I'll be OK, just wanted to make sure I understood correctly.

    I don't have AT&T, so my main worry is the phone getting relocked.


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    You will be fine. Dev on t-mobile here.
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    Most devs have jail broken phones as it is. Its a lot easier to troubleshoot.

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    Palm has built a developer friendly webOS enabling developers to create mobile applications using JavaScript, CSS, HTML and other web standard coding, but the Mojo SDK is still necessary for creating official applications for the Palm Pre. Palm has also stated that Mojo based apps will be way better than any jailbreak app or hacking attempts.
    Last edited by Jeni Cary; 2009-07-11 at 12:58 PM.

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