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Have you ever wished you could launch an app with Siri? Or maybe change your iPhone’s settings? Yeah, me too. It seems like such an obvious thing, but Siri just can’t do it. Unless… Unless you jailbreak your iPhone.

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While jailbreaking my iPhone this evening, I ran into a small snag. I’ve recently upgraded to iOS 4.3.3 and I was trying to apply the JailbreakMe.com jailbreak, but it didn’t work right. Cydia installed halfway and then disappeared.

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As I noted in my previous post about jailbreaking your iPhone, the only real hassle associated with jailbreaking is having to re-install all of your jailbreak apps after you upgrade and re-jailbreak. Well, guess what? There’s “an app for that.”

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If you’ve tried out the latest version of the official Twitter app for iPhone, there’s a pretty good chance that you hate the so-called “Quick Bar.” To be fair, they’ve made it slightly less intrusive since it was first introduced, but it’s still an unwelcome addition to many.

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Interested in jailbreaking your iPhone, but wondering if it’s safe to use iTunes and/or the App Store after you’ve done the deed? Worry no more… You will be able to continue using both iTunes and the App Store after you jailbreak your device. You’ll also be able to start using Cydia, which is essentially an App Store for jailbreak-related apps. So go right ahead and jailbreak your device. Just don’t let iTunes update the OS on your device until the new version has been jailbroken.

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As I noted last night, I’ve finally decided to jailbreak my iPhone. After a bit of research, I decided to use Spirit, which offers an “untethered” jailbreak. This post is a rundown of the process.

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