Jailbreaking

Discussion in 'iPad Hacking' started by Leiper407, Oct 25, 2010.

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    What is the safest and best way to jailbreak your iPad, spirt?
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    DG~X iPad Junkie

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    What version?
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    3.2.2
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    I'd love the answer to this... I'm thinking jailbreakme.com, but even though I have 3.2.2, it telling me that I need the latest version...
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    For 3.2.2 use either greenpois0n OR limera1n. Whichever you feel like..., both work.
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    That's just a bad error message. 3.2.2 was released specifically to stop jailbreakme.com from working... Your version is actually "too new", not old...
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    I don't know why but I used Greenpois0n instead of Limera1n. They both use the same bootrom exploit but I guess I would rather trust what the Dev Team released.
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