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I just jailbroke my iPhone a couple days ago and I had some trouble starting my phone back up. It was working good for alittle while but then it wouldn't start. This happened to me twice ( I restored my iPhone twice and jailbroke it twice). Has this ever happened to anyone else?

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My 3G started to get a little sluggish with the 3.0 jailbreak so I reverted to the original factory 3.0 OS, do you have the 3G or 3GS?
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