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About JB-ing the new Ipad

Discussion in 'iPad Hacking' started by uslesshow, Oct 5, 2012.

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    Im from Malaysia.
    A new user to the ios system.Just brought ipad3,3 16gb a week ago.

    There are some few question i would like to ask about JB.Is it legal in my country?Will the warranty be voided after i JB?
    A friend of mine using ipad3,3 32gb tat had already been JB told me that it wont be noticed by the Apple if we restore default it,izit true of what he is talking about?

    I had already backup my Ipad to the itunes but izit ok for me to jb without restore it?Or after JB will itunes allow me to restore what i've backup?
    The last question is what is the benefit of Jb the ipad beside than the themes?will it be smoother??

    Please forgive me for my broken english.
    Thanks for wasting your time to explain it to me.

    ps:this is the really 1st time im using the ios as peviously im using symbian not even the android.
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    The legal status of jailbreaking is up to the government of whatever country you reside in.
    I found threads that talked about jailbreaking in Thailand, but nothing to hint that it's illegal. Note that I'm not saying that it's legal in Thailand, I don 't know if it is or not.

    Jailbreaking will void your warranty, but all you have to do us backup your iPad and restore your iPad to iOS 6 before taking it in for service. Once a jailbreak has been removed, Apple can't tell it was ever there.
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