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Hey people, I want to jailbreak my itouch 4G on 6.1.3 with redsn0w. I am new to tethered jailbreaking so if someone can help me out on a few things that'd be great.

1st: how do you install a cydia package on tethered?? Because you obviously cant turn the thing off..

2nd; can i reboot the device with out having to connect and boot thru redsn0w?? im referring to just holding the power/home button till apple logo comes up.

3rd: Will SBSettings and other tweaks work fine?

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