iPad How to jailbreak iOS 6.1.3

parag4485

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Jun 20, 2013
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Hi,
Please help me to jailbreak my Ipad 3 wifi. I search a lot in google but I not found any software for it. Please help
 

tymaster50

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Oct 3, 2012
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You obviously didn't search good enough because this questions has been asked here like 1000 times. Some of them are even on this page.
 

tymaster50

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Oct 3, 2012
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Ok. Sorry for that. Can I downgrade it to 6.1.2
Instead of posting a smart ass reply I'm just gonna tell you straight up. No. and ios 6 is done being jailbroken, so unless you sell it and luck out with getting one before 6.1.3 like I did with my iPad mini cellular I got last week then you're just SOL
 

guitarmandp

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Sep 21, 2012
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I still don't understand why a MOD doesn't take one of the millions of these threads and just make it a sticky
 

BumpyFlatline

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Apr 11, 2012
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I still don't understand why a MOD doesn't take one of the millions of these threads and just make it a sticky
I used to think this too. However, it will not change a thing.

There already is a sticky for "step by step restore" and "what tweak is this". How often do we see new threads based on these 2 topics?

A sticky wont change anything. We either quickly answer and let it die with the others or we ignore it. Ignoring it isn't a good solution because they will just keep bumping it until either someone answers or the mods temporarily ban the member for violating forum rules. The latter just means that when the account becomes active again, they will just bump it once more haha.

It definitely sucks but its just an unfortunate reality. Ideally one member responds with the appropriate solution and everyone else ignores it instead of posting all the "really this post again?!?" As fun as those post can be the reality is they just keep pointless threads active and near the top.

I agree though...these types of posts get old and its unfortunate there isn't a good solution to control them. Regardless, I still love posting here :D
 

kodeman53

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May 4, 2012
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I still don't understand why a MOD doesn't take one of the millions of these threads and just make it a sticky
Because they do not care about it. Too busy closing threads that duplicate ones in the news forum or giving time outs to people they consider trolls, aka people who give as good as they get.
 

nepalisherpa

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I have said this many times before. If this forum were to require newbies to have at least 15 or so posts before they can make a new thread, it would cut down on so many of these.
 

dhlizard

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Mar 16, 2009
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I have said this many times before. If this forum were to require newbies to have at least 15 or so posts before they can make a new thread, it would cut down on so many of these.
This is very true.
If you review all the "can I jailbreak this or that on 6.1.3 or 6.1.4" and all the "please help, I deleted this or that file or folder with iFile"... every single one is posted from a n00b with a join date of June 2013

Seems that reading comprehension has been removed from the curriculum of every school, college and university ?
 

Sparky9292

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Ok. Sorry for that. Can I downgrade it to 6.1.2
No, apple made that impossible. You can downgrade Windows 7 to XP but this doesn't apply to iOS devices.

The good news is that there will mostly like be a jailbreak for iOS 7. This will probably be released within a few months.

You could return the iPad to the apple store and try to get one with 6.1.2.
 

BumpyFlatline

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Apr 11, 2012
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No, apple made that impossible. You can downgrade Windows 7 to XP but this doesn't apply to iOS devices.

The good news is that there will mostly like be a jailbreak for iOS 7. This will probably be released within a few months.

You could return the iPad to the apple store and try to get one with 6.1.2.
I love your optimism but based on recent releases, an iOS7 jailbreak prolly won't come out until Q1 2014. :(

Needless to say, I sure as hell hope I'm wrong!
 

gngan

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Jan 1, 2009
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I still don't understand why a MOD doesn't take one of the millions of these threads and just make it a sticky
The MOD doesn't care if people keep asking the same questions because this brings in new people registering MR and they get money.

In a broader sense, they are for quantity rather than quality of the forum.

We, the members are the ones that bring in revenue. They would not care if the same thread is open every hour or so because people will keep answering it. When we do the 'Let me google it for you' then we are warned. It's obvious that the policy/rules is to protect the quantity of the forum rather than quality.
 
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