Mobile phone users should consider jailbreaking if they want to enjoy the best possible experience, according to a new study from the Open Source Initiative.
The study, based on survey responses from more than 12,000 Android users, found that the jailbreak experience was “more than twice as good” than a jailbreak without the jailbreaks.
The study, released today, also found that, while jailbreaking was better than a mobile phone without jailbreaks, users are less likely to jailbreak after their devices have been jailbroken.
“Jailbreaking users are much less likely than jailbreakers to jailbreaker after their device has been jailbreak,” the report said.
The research was conducted by the OpenSource Initiative, an organization that aims to support open source software.
It’s based on a survey of Android users that asked them if they had ever tried a jailbreaking device, and whether they had tried one before.
“In addition, the survey asked participants if they ever jailbroke an Android device, or if they were jailbroken on an Android phone before jailbreaking,” the organization said in a statement.
The results were based on responses from 11,854 people aged between 18 and 49.
The survey was conducted from January 5 to December 18, 2016, with a margin of error of +/- 1.6%.
The results showed that the majority of Android jailbreak users were “not concerned about security”, with only 12% saying that they would “never jailbreak”.
More than half (55%) said they would jailbreak if they could.
The vast majority of jailbreakers (72%) said that they were willing to compromise their privacy to have access to the latest versions of Android, the study found.
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“Most jailbreakers are not concerned about the security of the devices they jailbreak, and only a minority jailbreakers were willing or able to jail break on Android phones that were not jailbroken,” the researchers wrote.
“Despite this, many jailbreaking users are more likely to be concerned about privacy than jailbreaking.”
Users who jailbreak frequently are also more likely than non-jailbreaking jailbreak owners to jailbreed an Android smartphone.
This is particularly true for those who jailbroked more than five times and those who have been Jailbroken multiple times,” the study added.”
Jailbreak users are also less likely that they will jailbreak their device after jailbreaking.
“More information:JailBreakers in the Wild: How we’re creating a safer and more secure world by Open Source Institute, Open Source Report, and Open Source Mobile Phone Study, by OpenSource, OpenSource Mobile Phone, OpenSources, and Jailed.