I'm just wondering. Mine used to be jailbroken but I accidentally removed it.
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androids are pretty much jailbroken out of the box; there isn't really a jail.
you can root it though, which is basically further jailbreak.
p.s have you tried PCem yet?
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Not yet. I do have old OSes in virtualbox though. That suits my needs enough at this point.
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It's what I would consider "jailbreak"; there are a number of functions that I don't have full access to on my Samsung...in particular, a number of useless apps which are firm-loaded in, with no possibility of removal normally.
What is the best procedure for rooting AndroidOS? I know of a few possibilities.
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