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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by vertsix, Aug 24, 2016.
Well, it was fun while it lasted.
That's about the longest I've seen an active older firmware stay active, though.
iOS 9.3.2 bricked the iPad Pro 9.7" I believe and was re-released, which is probably why it was kept signed so long.
Yes, the restore window to older iOS version did stay open for a long time.
Now this will finally weed out the people that shouldn't be jb in the first place.
Why do you say that? It can happen to everybody to install a tweak that mess up your jailbreak especially if you just have one iOS device to test on it. Yes there are multiple solution to solve issues, but still, it can happen.
Thats why I always experiment with my iPad, and always install tested tweaks on my phone, to be sure everything will work fine on my phone.
I do the same thing but on a iPad Air 1.
There's solutions and options out there for those that are willing to put in the time, effort and energy to educate themselves a little.
Those who are unwilling to do that should stay away from jailbreaking.