Wish I wouldn't have downloaded 4.3.1

Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by Barkley, Mar 28, 2011.

  1. Stephen19

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    Thanks for the news. Some good at last! Seems hit and miss, when I said "everyone" I was correct, out of all comments, all were having trouble at that point.
    Noone has said how long the update should take. My first try said FOUR HOURS which made me hit the cancel tab. How long please should it show when doin t properly?
    Thnaks
    S

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  2. David79

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    i wish i had held off on 3gs its running like crap now, so im glad i am waiting to upgrade ipad.
     
  3. michali

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    No problems at all here with any upgrades....no resets to anything necessary. I cannot remember how long it took...maybe an hour, but is it not the speed of our Internet connection that determines time to download?
     
  4. 55julie55

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    I have the 4.3 loaded
    Have had lots of issues the pages on Internet and some programs just close down for no reason at all.
    Do I need to up grade to 4.3.1?
    Should I try the network reset?
    Don't want any further hassles
    Ozzie chick.
     
  5. ChileRick

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    iPad downloaded fine, wife's 3gs downloaded fine, MY 3gs, not so fine, reset Network setting as mentioned earlier and everything is now just dandy, perhaps a bit dandier!
     
  6. SueSchus

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    As I wrote yesterday, my iPad would not take the update and died - second update attempt in two weeks with same results. I took my iDead to the Genius Bar at the Apple Store today. A Genius updated it and brought it back to iPad status. Suggested I disable the firewall before updating in the future. OR bring it to the store and they will update it there, which is what I will probably do in the future. (The Apple Store is in a very nice area of shops - need I say more.) Life is good again. :)
     
  7. Barkley

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    Thank you, Somerled! I reset my modem and all seems to be working fine. Internet loading at fast speeds and have had no problems with video stuttering or pausing. All seems well so far. I never would have thought to reset the modem. And I still am unsure why I would have to, but I really don't care.

    Many thanks again!!!
     
  8. j0yful

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    everything works fine now after resetting network twice. and restarting routers for about 10 times.
    it takes effort but im just glad my ipad1 and iphone4 are working fine now. i
    dont see any significant changes though.
     
  9. Stephen19

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    Just reading all this is pretty shocking really isnt it?
    Brand new techie thing that gets uodated by its master sometimes but these updates cause loads of problems...
    Why on earth should Apple send stuff down the line that is not 100% safe and working and is actually for improvements. No all this worry before connecting.
    Its a nonsense isnt it. Apple should sort it out. Meanwhile I will be giving update a go shortly, eek.
    S

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    #29 Stephen19, Mar 30, 2011
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2011
  10. Demandarin

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    That's why I stayed with good ol 4.2.1. Never had any issues at all with it. For starters I hate the long iTunes sync process. Then none of these new updates bring any game changing features to make me wanna upgrade yet. Plus there's an untethered jailbreak for 4.2.1 "only", at the present time. I might just wait for iOS 5 ;-) lol
    Good luck people getting your iPads back on the right track with this new update. I'm sure 4.3.2 will be released soon that fixes most probes. With 4.3.1...lmao

    Sent from my Jailbroken IPad on 4.2.1 ;-)
     

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