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Discussion in 'iPad' started by amrit, Jul 25, 2010.
Have you jail broken your iPad?
Don't see a need
No, and I'm not going to. There is nothing I need to do with my iPad that would require a jailbreak.
I jailbroke my last iPhone -- a 3G -- and got dodgy performance and network connectivity that never quite went away altogether after several complete restorations. That experience turned me off of jailbreaking.
I did with 3.2. I did it about 2 days before 3.2.1 and i loved it. I could multitask and had an app manager set up that worked exactly like 4.0. When 3.2.1 gets jailbroken I'll be all over it again. I solely used it to multitask.
Haven't. No plans to JB.
Currently the iPad does what I need. I am looking forward to multitasking when iOS4 is released for the iPad. But other than that, I have no need.
Yes. I did it for multi-tasking, and categories.
For a day out of curiosity. Went back to standard right after. I didn't like the multitasking implemented and there weren't any apps I really needed from the jb...
Not to offend anyone.
But does anyone jailbreak for free apps?
That would be something you would best off NOT asking about here on MR or risk being booted.
Piracy is piracy and not tolerated here.
Oh and to answer the question, no i'm not, and no i wouldn't do it for free apps.
Yes. I like the JB nultitasking and folders implementation better than how they are done on iOS4 (which I have on my touch). It's also useful being able to backup and restore app data one by one, instead of Apple's "all or nothing" approach.
I did it for few days, nothing special, went back to original. I really want stabilty from my os.
Nope, haven't needed to.
It would be nice to have multitasking and folders, but I haven't really ~needed~ those enough to jailbreak. I figure I'll get those in a few months.
Agree with this.
My iPad is a tool for me. I can't risk having stability issues. It's simply not worth It for me at this time.