Hello again, folks – your guru of jailbreaking here! And today I’ll tackle the problem which rendered Push and YouTube inoperable on “hacktivated” iPhones. I referenced it in my last article on upgrading jailbroken phones. Well, thereâ€™s always a way out and Iâ€™m gonna tell all!
Hey you, happy jailbreakers! Your favourite iPhone blogger ChiffaN here! I have decided that there is regrettable lack of comprehensive information on iPhone Jailbreaking. Well, not really. There is actually loads of such info on the web. But there are a number of issues, still left untouched by the general community, some of which were even deemed impossible! And hereâ€™s where I come in. In our new section, The JBnator Diaries, I will tackle such and try to put them in laymanâ€™s terms! Yeah, so even YOU can understand!
I will not bore you with what jailbreaking is. If youâ€™re reading this, you likely already know about it. If not â€“ google it, youâ€™ll get more than enough results to satisfy your curiosity. And I will not describe the simple out of the box jailbreaking procedure, at least not separately. If youâ€™re interested in that â€“ you can check one of my recent posts on blackra1n, which has that. Rather, I will tackle one issue, any jailbreaker faces at the dreaded time when Apple releases a new OS version â€“ upgrading without losing all the precious data on the phone. Yes, it CAN be done!
15.10.2010: Updated for iOS 4.x