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The iPad 2 32GB WiFi Only, I received as a birthday gift has firmware 4.3.4 =0(...

I don't like my iDevices NOT jailbroken, so I've been mostly using my 1st generation iPad.

How do you downgrade the firmware of an iPad 2, so it can be jailbroken without being tethered?

Should I just wait for the iOS 5 jailbreak?

asked Sep 21 '11 at 21:10

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When did LockerGnome begin to allow the discussion of jailbreaking?

(Sep 22 '11 at 09:14) guineaphinea guineaphinea's gravatar image

Not sure?! Good question =0p...

(Sep 22 '11 at 09:19) r0bErT4u r0bErT4u's gravatar image

You're an OP, shouldn't you know?

(Sep 22 '11 at 09:48) guineaphinea guineaphinea's gravatar image

If the iPad 2 came with 4.3.4, there is no way that you can downgrade the device to 4.3.3. If you had received it with 4.3.3 or lower and you saved the SHSH blobs for 4.3.3 before Apple stopped signing it, you would be able to downgrade. And that is only with the WiFi only model, which you have. Since yours came with 4.3.4, I'm sorry to say you are out of luck. You will have to wait for iOS 5.

answered Sep 21 '11 at 21:19

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Thank you for your quick response.

(Sep 21 '11 at 21:22) r0bErT4u r0bErT4u's gravatar image

Try xcode and if that does not work then you are out of luck. You can get xcode for free on the mac app store.

answered Sep 21 '11 at 21:17

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Thank you for your quick response.

(Sep 21 '11 at 21:22) r0bErT4u r0bErT4u's gravatar image
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