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...any problems upgrading to newer versions of firmware for the IPAD in the future...
can the jailbreak be reverted and if yes how ?
Thanks to all
I was considering trying out the beta of iOS5, but ive heard rumors that once you go 5, you cant go back. Is this true?
Does anyone know how to revert from iOS5? Ok I know there are some nice bits like the camera button and notifications but I have lost the ability...
Does anyone know a way to revert the firmware back to 3.2.1? I updated to 3.2.2 and would like to jailbreak my iPad and havent found a hack for...
My main email account is Yahoo....on my iPad and iPhone...a window pops and says I need to sign in to Yahoo...so I go to Settings>Mail,Contacts,...
Not liking OS7. Can I go back to the look and feel of OS 6?
...contact apple about it.
What is needed is a Petition asking for a revert to ios 7 for ipad2 users. I do not have the knowledge on how to do...
...the cloud would take care of his needs. I looked up that we can revert back to an older version to get back IOS7 via ITunes. However, when I...
I have an app (Xfinity TV) that worked well and served me well. An update was released recently that fails miserably on the iPad2, and apparently...
...well but other then that does nothing well. Is there not a way to revert back to 5.0.1. I really don't care if it's jail broken or not. You...
Since the sofyware upgrade to 4.2, as we wll know the slide button on the right side of the ipad has changed from screen lock (which locked the...
I just updated my os to 3.2.1 this week then decided I didn't want to wait for ios 4 to come out to multitask. Is there any way to...
...quicker that the designed 10hrs until the most recent update of 6.1.2. My question, is there a way to revert back to a prior build, such as 6.1.1?
But why must I have the blobs for? I thought it was to revert back to the old os right? But if I dun want to revert? I still have to save the blobs?
If you mean to revert back to some version of iOS 6, I'm afraid you can't. Sorry.
How were you able to revert back?
I will explore that and revert, thanks
Please can you give details on how to revert back?
I could not revert back to no emoticons?
I've seen Tim say that there is no way to downgrade or revert.
cute Al. She'd bore you silly and you'd revert back to your paddy in no time!
If you reset you will lose your Jailbreak and revert back to stock.
My iPad has gone into magnifying mode. How do I revert back to normal size
great many thanks for your help with this. Will revert to dropbox.
is it possible to revert ipad 2 from 4.3 to 4.2 and jail break?
I won't "upgrade" to 4.2 until they revert this unwanted, stupid change.
I am running 3.2.2 jailbroken. I want to go to 4.2 but I want to be able to go back to 3.2 if I can't get it working the way I want. Is there a...
Software = OS (operating system)
A backup doesn't revert to the iOS with which the backup was created.
iOS 9.3.5 is still signed, so it's possible to revert to it at the moment. If you intend to go back to that software version, you'll have to do is...
The only software version you're able to install is iOS 8.3, it's not possible to revert to a previous version.
@Jupiter7 Without computer it's impossible to revert to iOS 7.1.2, once you've updated to iOS 8.
The only software signed by Apple right now is 10.3.1. It's not possible to revert to the previous one.
...after iOS 7 was released. Apple however has since stopped signing the 6.1.3 image so you can no longer revert.
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The only software signed by Apple right now is 9.1. So it's not possible to revert to any other iOS.
I would also recommend the Cydia app as you can revert your iPad once finished or leave it jail broken...
It's not possible to revert to a software version before 8.3. You can either stay there, or update to iOS 8.4.
Thanks for that. Is there a way to make it revert to the bt account though ?
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Not only is it that simple, I do that exact procedure as a developer so I can test things and then revert back to a know stable state.
Your advice makes sense. I can see myself bricking the Ipad by playing around with system files. With Access, I could always revert the changes.