This is a discussion on Jailbreaking Explained within the iPad Hacking forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by ASLazz Does anyone have the updates about jailbreaking the latest/current version iOS4 that came out recently? Any new issues/problems? Thanks! the latest ...
Just bought a brand new ipad 32gb wifi and it came with 3.2.2 I backed up the shsh blobs or whatever even though I wasn't sure and then followed the instructions that this guy provided over at tc geeks (see link in the message below)
I am running 4.2.1 jailbroken. I had 0 jailbreaking experience and this guide helped me out a lot.
I am totally aware that its a tethered jailbreak until something else comes out but that does not bother me.
i heard if you jailbreak it you lose whatever warranty the retailer supplied,
Last edited by aerviscool; 12-07-2010 at 06:37 AM.
I have an ipad and jailbroke it and downloaded quite a few apps from cydia. The newer version 4.0.1 got released which has airplay, printing and folder options and i updated the newer version on the day it was released 11/23 if i remember correctly. Now none of the apps which i downloaded from cydia works. My friends tell me that until and unless you jailbreak this new firmware you cannot open these apps. Please let me know if the apps can be used after it is jailbroken?
Is untethered jail break for the newest version of ipad available?
Not sure if this has been asked before but here goes: Suppose I jailbreak then something happens and my ipad needs servicing. I get that you can restore.
1. Would the peeps at Apple know that your ipad was jailbroken?
2. If they could, wouldn't that void your warranty?
3.Suppose your jail broken ipad becomes inoperable, that is like, can't even turn on so you can't restore. Wouldn't that also void your warranty if you take it to Apple for servicing?
4.How long is the warranty, that protection plan that Apple offers. I think it is one year. Wouldn't it then be best to jailbreak after that one year was up?
Looking forward to your responses. Thanks.
2. yes, but they can't
3. if it's inoperable, they can't figure out that it's jailbroken because... well... it's inoperable. If you can't get something back to the point to restore, then it's pretty much fubar. Plus, they only care if it got wet at that point probably so they will check the water indicators.
4. one year. sure. nobody is forcing anyone to jailbreak. It's not for everyone.