Updating jailbroken ipod touch
At the time of writing, that’s 7.1.2 and it’s already been jailbroken – but that doesn’t mean you can simply upgrade using the option in .
For most, that option simply won’t work and others have reported experiencing battery life problems and activation issues when updating on top of a jailbreak.
Yes, if you upgrade, you will have to jailbreak your device again.
Updating your device will restore your i Pod Touch to its default settings, removing any and all jailbreak apps and cracks.
This is probably why most people don’t bother jailbreaking, but that’s a whole other article!
Unless you want a headache, battery problems or an i Phone that won’t even turn on, don’t simply attempt to upgrade over-the-air.
One way of potentially restoring your unlock is to save your SHSH blobs, which is what is used to authenticate your i Phone with Apple.This process is only possible using a downgrade, which can be a fairly difficult operation to complete (Apple authenticates all new software installs using their own servers).SHSH blobs are in the process of being phased out in favour of the tougher-to-beat APTicket.are also backed up.) There is also a probability of the upgrade process putting your device in recovery mode (Connect to i Tunes logo on the screen), which is why it is extremely important to take a backup so you can restore your data from the backup if things go horribly wrong.You can back up your i OS device using i Tunes or i Cloud. take a moment to make sure you are using the latest version of i Tunes.