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Hmm, There's alot of people that claim this but they have never used a recent Galaxy S II phone. I have an iPhone myself and it's SLOOOWWWW when Jailbroken. It's so slow to the point that it annoys me and I usually just unjailbreak it because it acts like a fully fragmented HDD.

iOS itself is very boring, and offering Jailbreaking as a solution is not a very good one because I find most things halfassed and not very good at all.

I use a demo GSII everyday at work and it's the fastast phone out there right now, seriously - it's a speed demon. It doesn't have the typical "Android lag"
Is it a 3GS?

Once iOS4 got updated onto my 3GS it slowed down a ton, before that my 3GS was lightening fast, then when I jailbroke it with iOS4 it virtually crippled my phone.

However my a lot of my buddies iPhone 4's and my brothers iPhone 4's they have zero problems with jailbreaking due to the extra power and optimization. I think with the dual core A5 it will benefit the OS even more in terms of jailbreak functionality. This is just from my personal experiences.
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post #42 of 44
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Hmm, There's alot of people that claim this but they have never used a recent Galaxy S II phone. I have an iPhone myself and it's SLOOOWWWW when Jailbroken. It's so slow to the point that it annoys me and I usually just unjailbreak it because it acts like a fully fragmented HDD.
Which iPhone is this? The 4 is plenty fast IMO.
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Is it a 3GS?

Once iOS4 got updated onto my 3GS it slowed down a ton, before that my 3GS was lightening fast, then when I jailbroke it with iOS4 it virtually crippled my phone.

However my a lot of my buddies iPhone 4's and my brothers iPhone 4's they have zero problems with jailbreaking due to the extra power and optimization. I think with the dual core A5 it will benefit the OS even more in terms of jailbreak functionality. This is just from my personal experiences.
It is the new iphone 4S not the old 3GS
I would not jailbreak because i know people who jailbroke theirs and it caused performance and stability issues.
post #44 of 44
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Originally Posted by ZainyAntics View Post
Hmm, There's alot of people that claim this but they have never used a recent Galaxy S II phone. I have an iPhone myself and it's SLOOOWWWW when Jailbroken. It's so slow to the point that it annoys me and I usually just unjailbreak it because it acts like a fully fragmented HDD.

iOS itself is very boring, and offering Jailbreaking as a solution is not a very good one because I find most things halfassed and not very good at all.

I use a demo GSII everyday at work and it's the fastast phone out there right now, seriously - it's a speed demon. It doesn't have the typical "Android lag"
I didn't really notice that myself. Maybe it depends on what method of jailbreaking you use? I DID notice a performance drop when I moved to iOS 4, and my wife's phone was even worse (she has a 3G, not a 3GS like I have).
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