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    Default Should I quickpwn or winpwn??

    ok, I have a 3g 8 gig with Orange over here in Romania, I only want to get installer and cydia on my iphone. My question is, what should I do? should I go through the whole process of winpwn? or just do a quickpwn? which one wouldn't give me as much problems as I see other ppl having? as in GPS, 3G issues......
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    Either method is fine for you. If you want to just pwn/JB your phone do quickpwn method. This overwrites the firmware without losing all your data already on the iPhone (so no need to restore from a backup and load your stuff).
    If you need to do a restore anyway (say you were having other problems ) then winpwn - then restore all your data (this will take a couple of hours)

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    what's the difference between winpwn and quickpwn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by airnikez View Post
    what's the difference between winpwn and quickpwn?
    Quickpwn lets you to jailbreak your phone without a restore / reloading the fw.

    Winpwn & pwnagetool creates custom ipsw fw file that you use to restore your phone,

    Winpwn / pwnagetool also has additional options you can select, Mainly this includes unlocking / editing boot and recovery images and repartitioning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n350z View Post
    Winpwn / pwnagetool also has additional options you can select, Mainly this includes unlocking / editing boot and recovery images and repartitioning.
    Only Winpwn let me do repartitioning?

    If I am planning to have a lot of applications, wich is the partition size recomended?

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    I partition @ 800mb but you can go less a lot of people do about 550mb
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