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Who has rooted/jailbreaked their mobile phone?

Discussion in 'Computers & Technology' started by notneeded, Aug 25, 2015.


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    I rooted my S4 a long time ago.
     

  2. Member

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    happily jailbroken on ios 8.4.
    i cant stay on a stock device, theres so much potential that apple is delaying for future updates
     

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    Rooted my Samsung S3 mini.
     

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    i rooted my iphone like 3 months now
     

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    i rooted my previous Note 2, mostly to run cracked applications.
     

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    Its a lot easier to root a phone because of all the security bugs
     

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    I have done both before but rooting a android phone is much easier than jail breaking iPhone at the moment
     
    Freakin likes this.

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    Any cell phone booth in the mall can do this
     

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    I been jailbroke all my iPhones before but now I have the iPhone 7 with iOS 10.3 which cant be jailbroken yet
     

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    Not worth it anymore it's pointless
     

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    You think so? Here in the US at least u still need to jaibreak/root to use hotspot etc with some carriers. Still more personalization and ad blockers all seem to be worth it, IMO.
     

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