As soon as the Mac version of GreenPois0n came out, I went ahead and jailbroke my device. ¬†It wasn’t the same eye-candy that JailbreakMe was, or even Comex’s first jailbreak, but it worked and I didn’t have to wait long. ¬†Here’s a few quick things that I immediately noticed.

LockScreen PIN Delay

After a fresh reboot or a respring, I can no longer dive right in to tap the PIN to access my device. ¬†The problem is either a delay or the first tap or two is not recognized. ¬†But it definitely slows me down a little bit…

RemoveBG is not 4.1 compatible yet

Too bad, since it’s wonderful to be able to batch clear the ever-cluttered task switcher. ¬†Cydia let me install it, but my first use immediately caused my first Mobile Substrate crash. ¬†Naturally, that was the first app I uninstalled.

Cydia doesn’t take as long to refresh or update

Not bad. ¬†But I am now using an A4 device, so I’m unsure if it’s the processing power or the jailbreak.

My device is a little slower, and freezes occasionally.

Some apps don’t quit right away when I tap the home button. ¬†Some native apps don’t work until I respring. ¬†The mail app crashed a few times until I used SBSettings to fix user permissions. The Notified StatusBar notification plugin left artifacts on my screen, and some apps are stuck with whitespace where the status bar should be. ¬†Not every dev is 4.1 ready, but that’s understandable.

Action Menu is still awesome. ¬†SBSettings is still useful. ¬†Wi-Fi Sync didn’t work at all for me.

Anyone else experience the same issues?