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    Question What can I jailbreak to?
    OK, it's been a while and this is all a little confusing.
    I have a iPhone 4 JB w/ greenpoison on 4.2.1
    Am I stuck with this for now? I'm not finding 4.3.3 anyplace to upgrade to. Is there any other I can upgrade to from 4.2.1 and still JB? Or do I just have to wait till something new comes along w/ a JB, then upgrade software and jailbreak then?

    Thanks ppl

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    4.3.3 = untethered if you have blobs to restore with. I believe anything above that is a tethered jb

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    Best to stay at 4.2.1. Nothing worthwhile by upgrading to 4.3.3. And anything higher is tethered.
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    +1. nothing very significant on 4.3.3 compared to 4.2.1. A better fw version worth the time and effort is iOS 5

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    ok, so it sounds like I can just wait for 5 to come out..... It's not out or JB yet right? LOL god I haven't been following this stuff in a long time

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    iOS 5 isn't officially out yet. Consequently, an official jb for that is not out either It shouldn't be too long now.

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