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  • jack9267 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    My opinion is your a little crazy as jailbreaking is not a security risk or anything and you are not allowed to check for such jailbreaks as TERMS of submitting an app for the App Store. I contacted Dropbox when I found out they was checking if I was jailbroken and they fixed that. It is called prying into my personal data to check. Not saying I'm jailbroken on this device also, iExplorer let's you look in the file system although I done it on a dedicated device such as my spare ipad.

     

    So you don't allow laptops on your network right?

     

    A jailbroken device means it can run extra code such as emulators for the Nintendo systems etc

     

    Nothing like well I have no idea what your saying

     

    Your just another guy that thinks he's right no matter what

     

    Although you can rename apps eg cydia can be named Installer

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