Untether for 4.3.2 - OUT NOW! (not iPad2)

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  1. f4780y

    f4780y Super Moderator Staff Member

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    UPDATE - redsn0w untethered for 4.3.2 has been released at the dev-team blog - Dev-Team Blog

    UPDATE 2 - sn0wbreeze 2.6 has been released to jailbreak 4.3.2 untethered as well - available from http://ih8sn0w.com/

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    Looks like the twitterverse is alive with chat about i0n1c's completion of the untether patches for 4.3.2 tonight.
    This means the dev-team will be able to release pwnage and redsn0w updates for untethered jailbreaking goodness on 4.3.2 without too much additional effort, hopefully within the next few days although there is no confirmed timescale.

    i0n1c has also taken the step of releasing the untether code to the public, so if you are an advanced user and fancy applying the untether over an already tethered 4.3.2 device, go ahead and download it from here - http://antid0te.com/untether_4.3.2.zip

    No news for the iPad2, although at least with this out of the way, everyone can concentrate on the iPad2 again!
     
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  2. Todd M

    Todd M iPF Novice

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    With the lack of news (of any kind) on any JB possibility, I think we can safely assume that this is going to be a tough thing to crack, and that Apple might have beaten down the Dev community. Everyone is concentrating on the mass of iDevices that are JB'able, and the newest item is now going to be lagging behind. I know they can now concentrate on the iPad2, that is until 4.3.3 drops shortly and the cycle continues...

    I might have to resign myself to the fact that since upgrading to the iPad2, I have somehow taken a large step backwards. I miss the functionality of the JB iPad.

    I know everyone says to keep the faith, but with no news, faith is dwindling...
     
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    So ~ is this a good thing for me?
     
  4. f4780y

    f4780y Super Moderator Staff Member

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    redsn0w rc14 has been released by the dev-team - I've updated the title of the thread and the first post.
     
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    f4780y Super Moderator Staff Member

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    ih8sn0w has now released sn0wbreeze for 4.3.2. untethering jailbreak fun...
     
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    is this for iphone 4 too?
     
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    f4780y Super Moderator Staff Member

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    What's an iPhone?

    (yes)
     
  8. NLAlston

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    After having just recently Jail-Broke my IPad (4.3.1), what would be the procedure for moving up to the 4.3.2 JB?

    Should I, first, restore my IPad and update to 4.3.2 - then apply the new JB? Or will updating to 4.3.2 automatically restore my unit, and put me in position for the new JB?
     
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    I have the same question. I am waiting on upgrading to 4.3.2 and waiting to jb my iPad until I can get an answer. I don't want to create any unnecessary work if I don't have to... Anyone got an answer????
     
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    OK Guys, here you go. I assume you both want to restore your apps & settings once you are done? iPad apps & settings are no problem. Do a full sync in iTunes before you start and it will backup everything. We will restore this backup at the very end.

    IF you also want to backup your Cydia apps and settings, it's a bit more complex. I recommend you look into a program called PkgBackup on Cydia. It saves a list of your JB apps, settings, repos etc. Then, once you jailbreak the new firmware, you install PkgBackup first and allow it to then restore everything else for you from Cydia. It uses Dropbox as the storage for the backup (which is free and easy).

    If you are going to use redsn0w for 4.3.2 you need to put your iPad into DFU mode and do a clean stock 4.3.2 install using iTunes. Once it is finished you then run redsn0w over the top of it and it will be jailbroken. Then you can connect it to iTunes and when asked if you want to set up as new or restore from backup, you want to restore from backup and select the one you did just before you started...

    If you are going to use sn0wbreeze, it is similar, but sn0wbreeze does the restore of the whole jailbroken firmware for you. You don't have to install stock 4.3.2 in iTunes first.
    Then the process is just the same, plug it in and choose to restore from backup.

    Finally, if you have gone the PkgBackup route, you want to re-install that first from Cydia then use it's restore features to put all your JB apps back on...

    Hopefully that's good enough for you both.
     
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    Okay, I was planning in using redsn0w and I have a couple of more questions. According your tutorial located in the hack section (i am unable to post link since I am still a noobie) what you are telling us above regarding using redsn0w seems to be different, and I am a bit confused.

    Since my iPad is not already jailbroken then I don't need to worry about the pgbackup route, however should I update my iPad to 4.3.2 before I do the jailbreak? Or does it really matter? I have my iPad 1 the way I like it so I really don't want to take a long time in doing a restore if at all possible.

    Thanks again for your quick response.
     
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    Sorry if it's confusing, but I'm not sure how it seems to be different?
    You are right, you don't need to worry about pkgbackup.

    The tutorial says, before you start, you must ensure you are on the version of IOS you want to run redsn0w over. In my instructions above, I said "you need to put your iPad into DFU mode and do a clean stock 4.3.2 install using iTunes". The latter is an instruction on how to achieve the former...

    The bottom line is, before you run redsn0w on 4.3.2 you need your iPad to be running 4.3.2. The way to achieve that is to use iTunes to install 4.3.2 on it.
    I have a tendency to use too may words when I describe stuff. Hopefully that makes it simpler.
     
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    Great info from you, as always. Now, I have to remember how to put my unit in DFU mode. Was it by powering on the IPad while depressing both the Power & Home buttons, simultaneously?

    I'll search for the procedure, in the meantime.
     
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    Okay, I think that helps. I realize you were trying to answer two separate questions in one response and that probably let to part of my confusion.

    I will update my iPad to 4.3.2 and then I will follow the tutorial you have for redsn0w.

    Thanks again!!!
     
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    It's in the tutorial, and if you run redsn0w through (without the iPad connected) it will give you the precise timings.

    Hold power and home for EXACTLY 10 seconds then let go of power, but CONTINUE to hold home for up to 15 seconds more. The iPad should then be in DFU mode. There are lots of YouTube videos demonstrating it...
     

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