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I have an android. *Facepalm*

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  • 5
    @hube yeah exactly
  • 27
    "Tempered". They only want their app to run on fragile, easily damaged phones?
  • 2
    Why is jail broken only an iOS thing
  • 3
    @DeveloperACE on android it's rooting. I don't know why jailbreaking is the iOS term though
  • 7
    @masterdoctor probably because of apples sandboxing of apps that people call a "jail" (idk)

    Isn't the process the same ? Don't you still basically get root access and a package manager whether you jailbreak your iPhone or your android?
  • 2
    @DeveloperACE yeah, but rooting seems more open than jailbreaking for some reason. Might just be the UI
  • 3
    @masterdoctor I thought it was both the same since my understanding is you can download a terminal for root access on iOS.

    My thought on the names is that it's probably referred to as a "jail" or otherwise seen as inferior to rooting because usually android hackers would be biased against Apple
  • 8
    HOLLY SHIT HERE I COME. Fuck each and every app up in the fucking ass that fucks up when you root you android. Talking to you snapchat! Not even talking about installing xposed.
  • 1
    @biskazz if you think that's bad, snapchat wouldn't let me log in on my unrooted LG G3 after installing an update, I had to downgrade my phone to log in then update it again...
  • 2
    I'm rooted with a custom kernal and modified lineage 14.1 and the only app that doesn't work for me is Android pay...
  • 3
    Apple's term is jailbroken because they think different.
  • 0
    And I started pressing "okey " of it
  • 0
    @masterdoctor @DeveloperACE

    My best bet is, that the loot is already accessible in OS10 but the sandbox annoys...
    I dont own any apple-tech, so its just a bet
  • 1
    @masterdoctor Rooting is much more open on most android devices. On my 1+3T you just have to toggle a security switch in you Dev settings and then you can flash a bootloader etc with the default android tools (AFB/fast boot). On IOS you have to use Chinese 3rd party programms that use exploits in IOS to get the same thing done. And apple tries to fix those exploits in every update
  • 0
    @DeveloperACE I thinks its because its actually illegal to do it on iPhones
  • 0
    Just throw the phone from the balcony and the jailbreak is removed. (i love jailbreak and root have both.)
  • 1
    @azous it's not
  • 2
    @Dazzuh I mean you bought the device, you should be able to do what you want with it
  • 0
    @Dazzuh so I don't think like that anymore :)
  • 0
    @azous it's definitely not illegal. It's your own phone you're allowed to mod it, but it means you can disable apple's spyware and patch their FBI backdoors so they don't want people to do it - because of course they want the cell phone monopoly
  • 0
    @Highlow If you use magisk root and a kernel that hides the unlocked bootloader (Franco kernel should do it), SafetyNet should pass and Android Pay should work...
    SafetyNet is ok for me!
  • 0
    @andrebreda yeah I haven't figured out magisk yet I might tonight tho
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