JailbreakMe 2.0 Star Released

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  1. Sonny Burnett

    Sonny Burnett iPad Junkie

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    JailbreakMe from Comex has been released. The new jailbreak is entirely web based and doesn't require a computer. It can only be executed through mobile safari and currently isn't compatible with iOS 3.2.1

    Source: JailbreakMe Released
     
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    BrennB iPad Addict

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    It actually is now compatible with 3.2.1 as reported in the hacking section of this forum. I'm thinking of biting the bullet and breaking for the first time.
     
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    andsoitgoes iPad Fan

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    what the hell.

    This is NUTS, in a GOOD way.

    Go comex. Sheesh. You seriously CANNOT make this any easier.
     
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    JesseRPI iPF Noob

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    If I'm jailbroken at version 3.2, what is the best way to get to jaikbroken at 3.2.1--would I need to do a full restore first and then update to 3.2.1, or would running the update followed by jailbreakme.com work?
     
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    I think I will wait to ios 4 comes out before upgrading and then jailbreak that.

    Anyone hear when 4 will be out? I heard September ?
     
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    November according to Apple Insider
     
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    CaseShop.se iPF Novice

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    dont´ do it. by jailbreaking you will lose the warrenty, and that is a big no no!
     
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    THAT is so not true :)
     
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    No offence, but did you actually do any research before posting that?

    If you bring a device in a jailbroken state back to the apple store for a warranty issue, they MIGHT take issue with it. Ive heard many situations where they don't even look twice, and they just deal with the issue you came in for.

    Otherwise, to wipe all, and I mean ALL, traces of a jail brake you just restore to factory settings and then things are right as rain!

    misinformation and poppycock like this are more proof that we as a society are just dumb :p
     

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