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|Apr 3, 2010, 10:29 PM||#1|
Just for the sake of experimentation* I put the iPad into DFU mode to do a clean install of OS 3.2 which for the record is 456.8MB. Just good to know that DFU/recovery mode works basically the same as iPhone/Touch.
*Also had a bit of a brainfart and forgot my passcode (which is required by my employer's Exchange policy). The failed passcode attempts were leading up to data wipage (also an Exchange policy) so I figured I'd just do a DFU recovery. It's in the process of installing now and gotta say it goes pretty quick compared to my iPhone 3G!
13" MBA mid 2012 | 27" iMac late 2012 | iPhone 5S 64GB Space Gray
|Apr 3, 2010, 10:49 PM||#2|
"Tonight I'm going on an overnight drunk, and in ten days I will set out to find the shark that ate my friend, and kill it."
Proud survivor of the iPad Korean Flight of Doom.
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