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With iOS 5 having Wireless Sync, how will Jailbreakers stop this (iPhone, iPod, iPad)


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Is there a setting?
Or will there already by an app on cydia
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i pretty sure that they will have a setting to do this, because i heard that you could choose what you want to be synct with your devices, so you don't need to jailbreak

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The wireless sync in the 2nd beta was released 2 days ago and they can already jailbreak it, so I'm sure we will find out soon enough. I will guarantee that they will be able to turn off the wireless sync, though. I am not too big on the notification thing, though. I use bitesms and wouldn't want my sms program to do anything different.
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If Apple is smart, they will make most of these new features turned "on" by default and give you the option to turn them "off" if you so choose.

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