I've been reading, and I'm SUPER unsure of this, so I just want a straight-forward answer. I want to Jailbreak an iPhone 3G. It's 3.1.2, and there's a crap-load of music, photo's, apps, notes, contacts, e-mail accounts, and etc. The phone has been in use for a while with a lot of stuff on it, and to be honest it's such a bother to have to back up your contacts, lose your notes and e-mail accounts, jailbreak, and then have to restore your backup, select all the songs you want back on your phone. . . I think you know where I'm going with this. Is there an easy, super quick and efficient and PROPER working Jailbreak for the iPhone 3G? I've heard Redsn0w 0.9.2 is good for 3.1.2, but It's still not very clear as to whether you NEED to restore the firmware. I saw somewhere in redsn0w's Step-by-step instructions that you're instructed to RESTORE to 3.1.2 (we're already on 3.1.2. . . ) and then after that, you do the jailbreak. But, WHat I'm assuming is: You RESTORE to 3.1.2, (which results in data loss), then you do the jailbreak, and during the jailbreak it refreshes your phone with 3.1.2 (jail-broken) which ALSO results in data loss (but you don't notice it 'cause you already restored before.) So if I were to skip the first restoring step since we're already on 3.1.2, and then do the jailbreak. . . would we end up being screwed and losing all our data? Thanks.