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Ok, here is the deal. I Jailbroke my iPhone. Yeah, yeah, yeah, no big deal and it didn't get hosed in the process.

I have done a back up or two since I jailbroke it. Now I like the cool stuff you can get with the Jailbreak, but much of it seems, well, shoddy and the Springboard tends to crash more than it should. I really don't like the decreased battery life either.

All that being said, I want to return my iPhone to it's non-Jailbroken state. Now I know I can simply click "Restore"in iTunes and it will go back there. However my real question is what if if I restore from the backup done while the phone was Jailbroken? Do the backups backup all the firmware as well or just the apps/data? Will restoring from the backup done while jailbroken result in a still jailbroken phone?

Anyone???


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