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Thread: iPhone 4 JB Leftovers?

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    Default iPhone 4 JB Leftovers?
    Anyone else upgrade to an iPhone 4, after having a JB 3GS and have some JB elements left?
    I had a JB app that allowed you to change the name of your network, which I changed to my name instead of AT&T.
    I upgraded to an iPhone 4 and restored from backup and my iPhone 4 is not yet JB'en (of course) by my network still shows up as my name, not AT&T.
    Anyone else have something like this?
    Is this odd?
    I wonder if there are any other, leftover, hacked parts of my firmware?????

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    when you restore from backup, it transferred a lot of stuff over. In your case the springboard.plist

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    i have the ability to set my keyboard to
    QWERTY
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    QWERTZ

    Despite being on a UnJB iphone 4
    Being an i can be a lot of pressure. you have to live right up to the small point.

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    I have the ability to wait for a jailbreak on my i4

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    Yeah if you used MakeItMine to change carrier name, and then restored the backup to your new iPhone 4, it transfers over the new carrier name. If you set it up as a new phone, and then sync with itunes, it should get you back to normal without any old jailbroken bits and pieces. As long as you have all of your contacts and everything synced properly.

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    I had a 3GS which was jailbroken, the battery died a few weeks before the end of warranty so Apple sent me a refurbished one and I sent them mine. As it was on 3.1.3 I couldn't use any jailbreaking devices until the web based one came out. My brother has inherited my phone and jailbroke it, his settings from his jailbroken 2G phone transferred across, such as the change in carrier name. I thought it was interesting when he showed me.

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