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Discussion in 'iPad Hacks' started by HA5TY, Jul 6, 2011.
I'm on 4.3 should I upgrade to 4.3.3 before I jailbreak?
If you want to jailbreak you must be on 4.3.3 at the moment. Do it quickly! Apple will release 4.3.4 soon
Not true as I'm on 4.3 and jailbroken without any problems. However you might as well just update to 4.3.3.
Has Comex already added support for 4.3, 4.3.1 and 4.3.2? Last I checked only 4.3.3.
Regardless get 4.3.3 running quickly and jailbreak it.
I am also on 4.3 and the jailbreak is working fine.
I have a White iPad 2, 64GB 3G on Orange UK
I am on 4.3 jailbroken as well. Everything seems to be working fine. The only reason I am on it and did not upgrade to 4.3.3 first though is because I am out of town and do not have my computer with itunes on it with me. There really is no reason if you have a wifi only model (EDIT - that is the model I have, I am not sure about the 3g model - EDIT) to not upgrade to 4.3.3 IMO.
Are you saying there's a reason to NOT upgrade to 4.3.3 if you have a 3G model?
Not really, I have a wifi only model so I can really only speak for what works on/with that model. I assume that it is fine to upgrade a 3g model but I don't know for sure so I didn't want to say it was fine and it end up not being fine.
I think he meant there's no reason to upgrade if you are jailbroken, on 4.3 and have a WiFi only model. I am in the same boat; WiFi only only, on 4.3 and jailbroken without any issues thus far.
I assumed that because the leaked jailbreak was compatible with 4.3 that when Comex said 4.3.3 was compatible he meant in addition to 4.3. Notice that he only mentioned 4.3.1-4.3.3 in his tweet, as 4.3 was proven to work in the leaked version.
I meant that there is no reason not to upgrade to 4.3.3. You lose nothing and gain any features that might have been added to the firmware. If you are fine with 4.3.0 and don't want to upgrade then I am sure that that is fine too. I agree with your opinion on what comex said. That is what I assumed when I first read it.