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What is the most stable jailbreaking application that you know of? I have an iPad with 4.3.3 FW and I'd like to jailbreak it. What makes me ask this question is that I want to know which application has the lowest rate of failure, which one has the least amount of bugs, etc. Also, is it true that longer jailbreak installation time means better jailbreak?
post #2 of 21
Jailbreaking tools change with every iOS, certain teams figure out the ways to do them before others. There are sights dedicated to this, and if you can't find your answer on them you can always go to YouTube and find out.

But to answer your question, for an iPad running 4.3.3 use Redsn0w 0.9.6rc16. If you can't find it by googling it, PM me.
post #3 of 21
4.3.3? Pfft easy

http://www.jailbreakme.com/

Go there ^ On your iPad, swipe to Jailbreak and just let it go through the process. Easy as that!

Though before doing so, make sure you turn off auto-lock, just for safety.

Additionally, this has a 0% chance of bricking you iPad, so you're safe.
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Can jailbreaking "brick" my device?

JailbreakMe provides a safe jailbreak that cannot put your device into an unusable state on its own. You will have full access to your jailbroken device, which gives you the power to modify it in ways that can put it in a state where you have to connect your device to iTunes and "restore" from a recently-synced backup. However, it should not be possible to render your device as permanently non-interactive as a brick, no matter what you choose to install.
This site is done by comes, chpwn, saurik and MuscleNerd, so it isn't a trick or anything stupid.

Happy jailbreaking ^_^
    
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@MunkyPoo

That is such an easy way to do it, wish they had an untethered iOS5 for iPad 2 and iPhone 4S on there .
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Jailbreakme.com now supports 4.3.3? One last question, I've heard that jailbreak me is a jailbreak that is a little unstable compared to redsn0w. Like I said I'm not looking for the easiest jailbreak but one that is the most stable.
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jailbreakme is 100% stable now, had issues with initial release with verizon iPhone.
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Jailbreakme.com now supports 4.3.3? One last question, I've heard that jailbreak me is a jailbreak that is a little unstable compared to redsn0w. Like I said I'm not looking for the easiest jailbreak but one that is the most stable.
I personally haven't tried Jailbreakme on the newer iOSs' since they came back, but the older updates worked just as good as the jailbreak tools.

It shouldn't be too hard to find information on it, though.
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Cant wait for an untethered JB for iOS 5
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Cant wait for an untethered JB for iOS 5
Well, they have Semi-Untethered right now. Basically you can boot un tethered but you can't use mail or safari... lol

Im really looking forward to a siri port for my i4.
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If you have a iPad 1 I'd upgrade to iOS 5 and then jailbreak it. There's a semi-tethered jailbreak out now. I'm not sure how it can be "semi" but since it's not a phone I don't see how it's that big of a deal.

If there was even a tethered iPad 2 iOS 5 jailbreak I'd update from 4.3.3.

Edit: Look at the above post for the semi-jailbreak details.
    
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