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Thread: Currently in Ios 4.3.0 Update or no Update?

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    Default Currently in Ios 4.3.0 Update or no Update?
    I have a nonjailbroken ipad 2. Should I update it? Or should I stay 4.3.0. By the way I have no saved Blobs.

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    Sug Luv Super Moderator 2k1's Avatar
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    Ya stuck anyway ya look at it with no blobs

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1 View Post
    Ya stuck anyway ya look at it with no blobs
    Sorry, that totally confused me. >.<"" So your saying I should update it right?

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    What 2K1 is saying you cannot jailbreak at 4.3 nor 5.1.1. You might as well restore to 5.1.1 and wait for a new jailbreak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iYeow View Post
    What 2K1 is saying you cannot jailbreak at 4.3 nor 5.1.1. You might as well restore to 5.1.1 and wait for a new jailbreak.
    Wait... Restore to 5.1.1 or could I simply just press the update button?

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    Yes, it's the same thing. You can just hit update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iYeow View Post
    What 2K1 is saying you cannot jailbreak at 4.3 nor 5.1.1. You might as well restore to 5.1.1 and wait for a new jailbreak.
    However, I heard Pod2g is going to release a 5.1 jailbreak possibly right? Is Pod going to release a 5.1 or a 5.1.1?

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    In 5.1.1, Apple has not patched any of the known exploits leading to a jailbreak. iOS 5.1 and 5.1.1 are both tethered and semi-tethered right now so it doesn't really matter. Pod2g has revealed that a jailbreak will be coming soon though.
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