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    Default New iPhone. Jailbroken (I think) need some help.

    Hey all, I just bought my first ever apple product. The iPhone 4 from Verizon. CDMA and running 4.2.8. I used to have a DROID and was a pro at rooting it. I have absolutely no idea what to do with this phone. I went to jailbreakme and used the whole Cydia thing and it's on my desktop or whatever but I have no idea how to tell if it's now jailbroken or not. Anyone got any ideas? Any and all would be greatly appreciated.



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    Quote Originally Posted by XTRiGGERx View Post
    Hey all, I just bought my first ever apple product. The iPhone 4 from Verizon. CDMA and running 4.2.8. I used to have a DROID and was a pro at rooting it. I have absolutely no idea what to do with this phone. I went to jailbreakme and used the whole Cydia thing and it's on my desktop or whatever but I have no idea how to tell if it's now jailbroken or not. Anyone got any ideas? Any and all would be greatly appreciated.
    If you have Cydia on your screen and you can run Cydia, then you are jailbroken.
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    Thanks. I appreciate the reply. I'm nor quite sure what you mean by shsh blobs or ifaith though. Like I said, first iPhone first jailbreak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XTRiGGERx View Post
    Thanks. I appreciate the reply. I'm nor quite sure what you mean by shsh blobs or ifaith though. Like I said, first iPhone first jailbreak.
    Check our signatures for links to discussion on what an SHSH is and why it's important to you -- spoiler alert, it IS very important to you and while you may be able to jailbreak today, if you don't read up on SHSH and take a few precautionary steps, you may wind up in a situation where your device is unjailbreakable for an extended period of time. Alternately, search the forum for "SHSH" and you'll find a few posts where myself and other mods have provided a high-level view of what it is and why you need to pay attention to it.

    With regard to iFaith, it's a program (and the only one of its type currently) that allow you to retrieve SHSH blobs from the *currently running* iOS revision on your phone. This is the *ONLY* tool that works this way and the only way to retrieve SHSH blobs from a non-current version of iOS. You'll understand more of what that means after you read up a little bit on SHSH files, etc. It may be a lengthy read and may take a few minutes but quite frankly, it's one of the most important things you'll need to know if you rely on this device on a daily basis and want to jailbreak in the future.

    Good luck!
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