If you haven’t ever jailbroken your iPhone before, you should know some things:
- This could be risky
- If Apple releases an update, you may have to wait before you can get it
- Backup your device before jailbreaking
I’ve done it before on my iPhones, but personally I don’t run a jailbroken iPhone.
To do a jailbreak you must install software written specifically to jailbreak your phone. This software can sometimes look seedy. By all means, you should be careful.
If you already jailbroke your iPhone, and want to untether your iPhone, you just need to install Coronoa Untether 5.0.1 in Cydia.
I had posted a few weeks ago that a developer had submitted a wireless sync app to the App Store.
Unfortunately it seems the app has been rejected, and will now be available only in Cydia for $9.99
It’s getting annoying how the iPhone platform could be so cool, but isn’t because Apple says we won’t like it. That’s what happens when you rely upon that platform. I get closer to going Android every day.