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Hi, accidentally deleted something in cydia and cause ipad 2 unable to boot up. Now I'm forced to restore my ipad 2 3g. My ipad 3g, I was able to downgrade it 2 months ago to 4.3.3 using tiny umbrella and my saved shsh blobs. But reading through threads here, people are saying apple servers are not allowing restore to 4.3.3 anymore. Like to clarify on this, is it true? Is there no way for my ipad2 3g to restore to 4.3.3 even i have my saved blobs for 4.3.3? I used to be able to downgrade it but not now using the same method. PLease advise.
10-29-2011 02:18 PM
No, there is no way for you to restore your iPad2 3G to 4.3.3, even if you have blobs. So, if you can't fix your problem, you will have to go to 5.0 and wait for a JB or a way to restore 4.3.3, both of which are being worked upon, but with no ETA.
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