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  1. Taylor263621
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    Taylor263621 iPF Novice

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    Hi everybody, I know its been a while, but I have 2 questions?

    1. Does the update for IOS 4.3 apply to Ipad 1st Gen?
    2. If it does, and I have an Untethered Jailbreak, will it reset my Ipad to factory settings? Or when I update it will not effect the jailbreak?

    Thanks,
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    iPadCharlie iPad Super Guru

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    iOS 4.3 is for ALL iPads and like all iOS releases, when you install it over a jailbroken mobile device, you are back in "prison" and will need to wait until a new jailbreak is released iOS 4.3.

    So the lesson here is to save your blobs!
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    Wake me when ios5 gets here

    Is there any good reason to fight against the tide of updates just to find out your favorite cydia tweak is no longer supported?
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    Another thing ive noticed when updating ios while jailbroken. If u update, it takes away jailbrake BUT all the jailbrake app files, folders, etc... Are still retained in ipad internal memory. I discovered this one time a few jailbrakes back. I was like wth all my memory go. With new update and jailbreak gone, i should have a ton of new memory left. I confirmed it on new jailbreak n used ifiles to go into internal files/folders. Behold, all my movies, emulator roms, and etc.. Was still in there without me having redownloading/placing them in there again. So be careful or uninstall all cydia apps b4 upgrading the ios. Also, if u dont, when u do the new jailbreak, it makes duplicate jailbreak files since original ones still in there. I had to do some early spring cleaning in the ipad internally once i discovered that also. How did i know which files to deletE? By looking at the date of the install. The older duplicate files had dates from a previous jailbrake. New jailbreak had a more recent date. Hope that helps for those who dont know and another great reason Ifiles is needed.
    Last edited: Mar 8, 2011
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