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Episode 131: Cody and Sebastien explain why they’ve yet to jailbreak, Pangu releases a new version of its jailbreak tool for windows, a discussion about downgrading to iOS 9.0.2, adding Safari View Controller support to apps using a jailbreak tweak, and using 3D Touch to dismiss all notifications in Notification Center.

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  • Martynet

    hey Cody, you can also install windows on a bootcamp partition 🙂

  • Damian

    I have always found it strange that Seb and Codi did not want to jailbreak their devices because they did not feel comfortable. I could feel Jeff’s frustration, because it was a bit frustrating for a listener as well. This was the same story a year ago, and it is now. It must feel very strange for Jeff to talk about jailbreak on a podcast where he is the only one who knows what he is talking about.

    • As I explained in this podcast though, it’s not like I don’t have a jailbroken device to play with. I do have my iPhone 6 and I do the weekly roundup of jailbreak tweaks. The fact that I hadn’t (I have now) jailbroken using Pangu 9 didn’t change anything to what was discussed on the show. If I had used Pangu before that show, my participation in the show would have been exactly the same. In short, the 2 minutes it takes to use Pangu to jailbreak don’t have any bearing on our understanding of jailbreaking as a whole, be it the process or the tweaks.