Is your iPad jailbroken?

Discussion in 'Apple iPad Polls' started by Jake18oly, Sep 22, 2010.

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Is your iPad jailbroken?

  1. Yes

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    24.0%
  2. No

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    64.0%
  3. I plan to jailbreak when it is available for my firmware.

    28 vote(s)
    10.9%
  4. Other

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    1.2%
  1. Jake18oly
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    Is your iPad jailbroken or do you plan to jailbreak?
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    Well ~ that's depends.
  3. Jake18oly
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    On what?
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    No ~ it is not JB. Is Yours?
  5. Jake18oly
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    Maybe. :)
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    I jailbroke mine 5 mins after buying it. Did it in her car on the way home.
    I won't upgrade it till a jailbreak is released for that firmware.
    Jailbreaking it is the way it should be in the first place.
    Without jailbreak you are missing out on it's full potential.
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    I'm currently on 3.2.2 and as far as I am concerned there is no jailbreak. When there is one I will jailbreak but by the time it's released iOS 4 will be available. Hopefully you can jailbreak that firmware.
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    After reading many of the posts in the Hacking section, this does not exactly inspire me to say, "Wow, I just gotta jailbreak my iPad!"
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    No and I do not want to jailbreak it either. I am happy with the way it works as is.
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    NumbLock iPad Ninja

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    No, a real fanboy finds ways around the annoyances and limitations...and if he can't, he convinces himself that it is better that way anyhow. :D
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    Good answer!
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    I just saw a press release that says that the developers of the iOS 4.2 jailbreak will have it ready by the time Apple officially releases iOS 4.2 to the public. They admit that there are still quite a few bugs to be worked out, but they have committed to the November release date and do not anticipate that it will cause any major problems.

    They are so excited about this new software, that they have even hired the same advertising agency that McDonald's uses to come up with a new slogan for the software --

    Jailbreak 4.2 "Because you deserve a brick today!"
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    Yes mine is jaibroken, would not have it any other way, did it after getting it home from the store, jailbreak the way to go.
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    Some of those people having problems may not be the brightest crayons in the box. Then again, it's really not rocket science and it can be reversed quite easily if you want it to. I have to agree that for backgrounder alone, it is worth doing.
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    The plain and simple truth is that I am too chicken to jailbreak my iPad. :eek:
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    No, iOS 4.2 beta is more attractive to me.
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    I dont actually plan on jailbreaking at all. I generally tinker a lot with gadgets and have JB most of the other things I have gotten, but usually, I end up going back to the default firmware.

    The iPad as it is, just works. I dont see a reason other than to say "yeah, mine is JB" to do it.
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    I wouldn't even own a iOS device if it weren't for the ability to jailbreak. I am simply biding my time until I can finally JB my Ipad.
  19. Hdchiky
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    Hdchiky iPad Enthusiast

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    No, mine is not. I am happy with it as it is for the time being.
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    Mine was jailbroken and I would recommend it to anyone and everyone that has an iOS device...but I have opted to try out 4.2 early and so far it is doing everything I need it to do...and they added some features that were the reason I jailbroke.....so if they decide to add full file system access and/or a browser that can read SD card data there will be no reason to jailbreak anymore.

    Actually add homescreen widgets and expose and there will be 0 reason to jailbreak.

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