iPod Touch Jailbreaking

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I just got a 16 GB iPod touch and am ready to start it up. I plugged it into pc, and it wants to update to 2.2. I want to hack the ipod but I dont really know much about it. Jailbreaking or whatever it is. I dont know if its ok to install the update or not. Id say not, but i dont know how to go about hjacking the ipod. Everywhere I go it seems it has to already be jailbroken to install something. How do you actually install the jailbreak?
 

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hmm my friend told me there was, i mean, is there anything you can hack on it. If not, is there a jailbreak in the works? I still dont know if I should update as it may be best to have a lower firmware if there ever is a jailbreak
 

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Sorry, at this point in time there is no way to hack the latest iPod Touch, just the iPhone 2G, the iPhone 3G, and the first generation iPod Touch (the one -without- the volume controls on the side). However, the latest 2.2 iPhone/iPod firmware has been hacked, so you do not need to worry about updating your device for future hacking.
 

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