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Dear Sir, I have wonder and not so clear about iOS Device and Android devices,
-iOS, I heard about Jailbreak i might be know not clear about this, what does it use for? it's use for unlock iphone to any carrier?
What is factory unlock? it's mean unlock from AT and T or T-Mobile????
If jailbreak use for unlock iphone or apple device so when we use it after jailbreak, will we are in illegally?

-Android- What is root for android?
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Hello

Let me help you, please click on the link below:

https://en.lmgtfy.com/?q=what+is+jailbreaking&l=1
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Unlocking a phone makes it possible to leave a carrier at any time, although most service providers will impose a hefty fee for those who leave in the middle of the contract or demand the phone be returned. Those who have locked phones and don't plan to change carriers, there are also other compelling reasons to remove the lock or purchase a factory unlocked phone, namely, to save on roaming charges, have the ability to modify the phone, use a phone model a carrier may not offer, or resell it at a higher value.
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Hello,
Notice that jailbreaking an iOS device is illegal contrary to Android device
What sort of usages do you have to ask this question?
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Hi Buno

Jailbreaking Apple devices is legal in the USA.

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Hi,
Effectively, you're right. Sorry :$
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Android Rooting

actually as user, u don't have rights to access your system files and super user rights.

but, if u root your device then u have all super user rights and system folder access. so, u can install application with root access and make your device unavailable smooth and cool..

use following video for root your mobile device..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJ0Y_My7hws

thanks