How to Jailbreak Apple iPad 2 running on iOS 4.3.3
Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that the following guide to jailbreak Aplle’s iPad 2 was not originally released by Computechgadgets, and could therefore be completely fake, or even harmful. For all you know, it could be a clever scheme to distribute harmful malware. You’ve been warned. Apply this method under your own risk. I wouldn’t take responsibity for any consequences. Your warranty will be void if you choose to do it.
Now, that you’ve read the disclaimer above, I’m assuming that if you choose to apply this jailbreak on your iPad 2 using the method below, you’re doing it under own risk.
I have to tell you that this method works only iPad 2 running on iOS 4.3.3 and nothing else. Not even iOS 5. All you need is an internet connection to apply this Jailbreak. Not even a computer. This method of jailbreaking is extremely simple compared to other complicated methods and relies heavily on the PDF exploit found in Mobile Safari.
If you’re ready to proceed, just follow the steps below to jailbreak your iPad2.
(Head on to my blog in order to view the complete reference video)
Step 1: Launch Mobile Safari and navigate over to the URL as shown in the video.
Step 2: Once you’ve done that, Safari should automatically close, that’s completely normal. You should now see a Cydia icon on your Home Screen, with a progress bar, much like any other official app while it’s downloading.
Step 3: Once the Cydia icon disappears, reboot your device. Once it powers back up, which could take a little bit longer than usual, your iPad 2 should be jailbroken.
Apple News | Comex Updates JailbreakMe.com, Hints iPad 2 Jailbreak is Near
Comex has updated JailbreakMe.com, again hinting that his rumored jailbreak for the iPad 2 may arrive soon.
This time the website features a list of git commits dating all the way back to August 2010, suggesting the hacker has been working on the jailbreak for nearly one year. The page says, “It’s been far too long” in large letters and is entitled, “no, seriously”.
Previously on the site comex displayed a teaser image that showed a ski slope and a sign with black diamond and PDF symbols. This was thought to be a reference to the PDF exploit Comex uncovered in iOS 4.0.
We’ll keep you up to date with any further developments.
Author: Sathiya seelan