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Earlier this week, I swapped out my iPhone for a new because it had a dark spot on the screen. Ever since then, I’ve been having intermittent problems with the wrong keys registering when I try to type something with the on-screen keyboard.

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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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While waiting for my son’s soccer practice to wind down, I got into a conversation with another dad about jailbreaking your iPhone. He was sitting along the sidelines messing around with his iPad and lamenting the high cost of the data plan.

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I’m bummed. Ever since I first decided to jailbreak my iPhone, I’ve been using SBSettings to manage my phone’s settings. It’s super convenient to use, and gives you more control than otherwise available through the built-in settings app.

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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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My son finally talked me into helping him jailbreak his iPod Touch, but we ran into a snag. Since he’s running iOS 4.1, we’re using limera1n. Unfortunately, limera1n got as far as putting his iPod into Recovery Mode, but it wouldn’t go any further.

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Are you still running iOS 3.x.x on your iPhone? If so, you should go ahead and update to iOS 4.01. The reason I suggest this is that Apple has patched the security flaw that made the latest jailbreak possible, and you’ll soon be unable to grab 4.01.

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Do you have an iPhone and an iPad? Do you wish you could share your iPhone data connection with your iPad for a little surfing sans wifi? Sure, you could buy a 3G iPad and pay a ton for the service, or… You could jailbreak your iPhone.

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