Should i...............or NO

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  1. Taylor263621

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    Ok, my I have a question, and let me know if its worth it or not. I have a 4.2.1 jailbroken Ipad via greenposi0n/redsn0w. I never really plug my ipad into my MAC, just use wall charger when I need to. Everything is downloaded via cydia/app store.

    I have SHSH blobs saved 4.2.1 (via) cydia---> "make my life easier".(tab)

    Is it worth upgrading to 4.3.1 and then rejailbreaking untethered 4.3.1 or just leave my ipad at 4.2.1 untethered jailbreak?


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  2. OUTL4W

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    there are really no added benefits in 4.3.1 that aren't already available through jb on 4.2.1
    4.3 came with:
    nitro java infused safari + security issue ~ big deal...I personally don't use safari.
    airvideo ~ already have that with displayOut & tvOut2.
    security updates...

    4.3.1 ~ only patched the security hole in safari from 4.3

    so no real reason to update....imho

    btw ~ just because the cydia developers update their software to be compatible with 4.3.1 doesn't mean you also have to update.

    more than likely i wont update till 5.0 comes out unless there is some major feature added that can't be found in cydia.
     
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  3. gray_mouse

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    it's an rc9. Release Candidate. Perhaps wait for RTM? If this means anything.
     
  4. f4780y

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    LOL. I wouldn't read too much into that gray_mouse! Us devs like to go a bit mental with version numbering. I don't think we'll ever see a "release to manufacturing" version of redsn0w unless the guys do it as a joke.

    The version numbers might tell those in the know a little about the previous history of a release, but they tell you very little about what is coming next or when it is coming. It's best just to take a decision about whether you want to use a tool or not based on feedback on how well it works. Not what version it is at!

    Hope that helps... :D
     
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    See, you wait a few hours and its at rc11 already! LOL
     
  6. While

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    I wouldn't put it like that .
    4.3.1 has the multi touch gestures which are awsome by the way...

    Sent from my Blackberry...nah...just kidding
     
  7. While

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    I don't know why but you really enjoy contradicting me... :)))

    Sent from my Blackberry...nah...just kidding
     
  8. SweetPoison

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    No worries anymore.:D
     
  9. OUTL4W

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    Yeah I did forget about the multi-gesture...but still ain't quite enough to push me over the edge.
     
  10. Mickey330

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    And, with Activator, a Cydia app, you don't need Multigestures on a JB iPad.

    With the exception of waking the iPad from sleep (or turning it on), i use gestures for everything: close apps and switch between apps. There's a lot you can do with gestures...

    Yet another reason why I am pretty sure I'm skipping iOS 4.3.1.

    Marilyn
     

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