Odd thing . . . We want to do things the device was not designed to do; rather, we want to break into the system, something Apple does not want and we jailbreak our toys. Perhaps the JB violates some part of the TOS/Warranty/Rules from on High. I know it is legal to JB our devices, but I am sure I am in violation of some provision of the agreement I apparently signed with Apple.
Then we complain when Apple improves and updates their software to make our devices better, because it might undo our hard work, and we are upset because we now need to find a new way to "violate" the rules imposed by Apple. At least in spirit, if not a written rule.
Should Apple stop updating the software, we will be mad as well.
I guess we will never be happy.
Now that I have solved my problems, I am happy. I'll go back to jail if the new update offers features I need. I'll miss my themes, however.
I thought from the first couple of posts that 4.3 was released and I missed it. I ran upstairs, got my iPad and plugged it in to iTunes. Then reality set in.
I take it this is going to happen on Valentines day? At least that's what I'm seeing around the net.
So now that the 4.2.1 untethered jailbreak is out and working, does that mean if I run the update on my 3.2 iPad that it will go to 4.3? Any way to push 4.2.1 without losing my place on some of the apps I've already got installed? Grrrrrrr.... I've got a couple games I don't want to lose my place on, so downgrading iOS isn't really an option. Oh well... I've lived this long without an update, so I'll just hang out till one is figured out for the 4.3.