You don't root an iPhone just as you don't jailbreak an Android.
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if your know the difference of two kinds android and iphone is alot of difference one is customize the way you like and you overclock the other you can do so much
Rooting - Disabling the internal kernel / os admin functions on your device to install. any software you like at your own leisure..
You can actually install a completely different android OS.. Search the internet for ROMS..
Jailbreak - Removing stop gap code installed by apple so you can install thirdparty software.. Cydia
You cannot change the iOS operating system.. the admin is still locked down.. even if your an Xcode God.. haha.. You can install android on you iPhone partially but it's very unstable..
im a developer who make roms and i have my own site for all guide to root your android and jailbreaking
Jailbreaking is illegal now.
Not true, it is legal to jailbreak a phone.
First, the good news. The legal shield for jailbreaking and rooting your phone remains up - it'll protect us at least through 2015. The shield for unlocking your phone is down, but carriers probably aren't going to start suing customers en masse, RIAA-style. And the Copyright Office's decision, contrary to what some sensational headlines have said, doesn't necessarily make unlocking illegal.