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unlocked iPhone 2G, can i sync my iphone with itunes to restore the back up for my contacts and will it delete cydia and relock my phone?

if i sync my iphone back to my pc to get my contacts from back up will it lock the phone back up and remove cydia?

can u sync a unlocked iphone to restore the contacts will the phone be relocked and jailbreak be erased?

let me ask could you sync and rsoter yourr phone book?
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if your restoring your iphone to factory settings it will remove cydia and other jailbroken/unlocked features
if your just trying to sync your phone with your itunes it won't lock anything up
so yes you can sync a unlocked phone to your itunes without it doing your phone any harm
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