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I have my iPad2 jailbroken on 5.0.1 and with the release of iPadHD (or iPad3) in the next few weeks I'd assume they are going to release ios 5.1.0. I'd
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    Default How to properly secure 5.0.1 restore for the future? SHSH?
    I have my iPad2 jailbroken on 5.0.1 and with the release of iPadHD (or iPad3) in the next few weeks I'd assume they are going to release ios 5.1.0.

    I'd like to always be able to restore to 5.0.1 but I'm not sure how to make sure I can do that.

    Do I need to save SHSH? Does anyone know of a guide to help me do this.

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pchild View Post
    I have my iPad2 jailbroken on 5.0.1 and with the release of iPadHD (or iPad3) in the next few weeks I'd assume they are going to release ios 5.1.0.

    I'd like to always be able to restore to 5.0.1 but I'm not sure how to make sure I can do that.

    Do I need to save SHSH? Does anyone know of a guide to help me do this.

    Thanks,
    To my understanding you'll never be able to downgrade or restore to that on an A5 device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent929 View Post
    To my understanding you'll never be able to downgrade or restore to that on an A5 device.
    until (if ever) a bootrom exploit is found by one of the dev teams

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