Updating jailbroken phone
With a jailbroken phone you can install software from a rival to the App Store, and also manually using files downloaded from the internet. i Phones (like all mobile phones) that are sold as part of a contract are often locked to a particular network.This means that if you buy an i Phone from O2, for example, you have to use an O2 SIM card in it. Unlocking the i Phone turns it from an i Phone that can only work on the O2 network to one that can work on any network.Another reason to back up your i Phone is that you will need to be able to restore to its non-jailbroken state if you ever need to take your i Phone into an Apple Store to have it repaired.Apple Store employees will turn you away if you try to present such an i Phone to them as 1) jailbroken devices are in breach of the End User Licence Agreement (EULA) that comes with i OS; 2) and you will have effectively voided your i Phone’s warranty by breaking the EULA.Here in this post, we will show you how to restore i Phone without updating.
(Brand-new versions of i OS generally cannot be jailbroken for some time after they come out.
If you choose Recover from i Cloud Backup File, you need to sign in i Cloud account with Apple ID and password.
Select one backup file from the list and click Start Scan. Then check the items that you need to backup or recover and click Recover.
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One of the biggest things to think about is who actually owns the i Phone you're thinking of jailbreaking. But what if it's a work perk or has been given to you by your mum and dad or a friend?
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It's easy to understand the jailbreakers' frustration.