1. Bull's Avatar
    Due to some quirky issues I was having with my 3GS 32g i had to restore the phone and was forced to update to 4.2 which is no big deal I can suffer through with out a jailbreak for a brief time. When I did this I noticed that none of my incoming calls or outgoing calls where being listed in the recents tab under the phone app. I have reset the phone several time, restored the phone to new and more recent backups and still the same thing.

    I was on the phone with Apple for several hours yesterday and they needed the log information found on my Windows laptop for the iTunes file. Since we were unable to resolve the issue they had mentioned that they may have to replace the phone. With that being said my question is from those logs that I had to send to Apple will they show that the phone was Jailbroken?
    12-20-2010 11:13 AM
  2. jdavis530's Avatar
    No. once you restore to factory settings all traces of jailbreak are gone. I have had jailbroken iphones that I restored to factory so I could send back to Apple and everything was fine.
    12-20-2010 01:18 PM
  3. Bull's Avatar
    They are going to have their senior engineers go through these data logs so I was a little worried that they would see something in these logs something that told them the device had been altered. Thanks for the info.
    12-20-2010 01:45 PM
  4. andrewp23's Avatar
    No. once you restore to factory settings all traces of jailbreak are gone. I have had jailbroken iphones that I restored to factory so I could send back to Apple and everything was fine.
    ye i did that with my ipod touch 3rd gen it was jailbroken it got mucked up with a white screen i restored it to factory settings and then i returned it to the apple store and i got my money back.
    12-22-2010 08:56 AM
  5. Totalimmortal363's Avatar
    I think he's asking about the decive logs he sent to Apple, not the device itself.
    12-22-2010 10:57 AM
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