Originally Posted by CaptainChaos
How does that weaken my argument that a non jailbroken iOS device is not as customizable as a non-rooted Android device?
Many people don't want to root/jailbreak.
In other words you're telling me that my argument is weakening my argument lol. and jjsoviet has the whole rooted vs jailbroken thing down pat it seems. Read that.
I root my androids so it's only fair that i compare my phone to a jailbroken iphone
without rooting my androids is a POS
Originally Posted by lordikon
Nobody answered my previous question.
I don't believe iOS5 + iPhone 4S is jailbroken yet. So my phone is currently not very "customizable", just the way Apple likes it. I shouldn't have to wait for a new jailbreak to be setup everytime the OS is updated. And that's the point they're trying to make, that with Android you don't have to in order to do most things.
Wasn't it Jailbroken since beta?
you do have to wait on android for ROM devs to get their hands on a base and then do their thing to it, port it, etc.
Like ICS for example. I'll be waiting 6+ months b4 it's available for the ROM that I want.
I'm sure I can probably find a ICS AOSP ROM sooner but I LOVE the ROM that I use now so I doubt I'd even want to use a AOSP ROM in the mean timeEdited by AK-47 - 10/22/11 at 9:49pm