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Bit of bias there, don't you think?


It's definitely a great device. But I wouldn't go as far as saying it decimates every other device on the market.


Yeah, I jailbroke my first iPhone, on Cingular/AT&T. AppTapp, iLiberty. Installer.app. Back when Cydia was an alternate app store that no one used. Ah, those were the days.


Bias? I don't think so... But that's just me.


I had the first iPod touch and jailbroke it but my first real smartphone was a Motorola droid something... Had it rooted with cyanogen mod 6 or 7 which was cool but ultimately chose MiUi. I liked the interface better.


More recently I put cyanogen mod 10 on my sisters hp touch pad which is a ton better than web os.


Then I got an iPhone 4, jailbroke it and it is just more appealing to me. I'm sure the jailbreak community has a lot more variety and support than the rooting community (don't hold me against that). Now I got the 5 and I couldn't be happier with evasi0n.


So in the end it's personal preference. I liked my rooted android... But jailbreaking iOS takes the win for me. :-)

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