Jailbreak For Ipad
Jailbreaking the iPad is not a complicated task no matter the iOS version that is currently running on your device. The main reason why jailbreaking is of interest for many iPad users is because Apple’s App Store has in place many restrictions regarding the type of apps that you are allowed to use. Once the device is jailbroken you become able to download tons of apps that will help you customize all the components that matter for the interface and add extra functionalities (for example you become able to tether your iPad and have it work as modem for your computer).
One of the jailbreaks popular among iPad users is the one that exploits a weakness of the iPad’s operating system. Usually Apple takes care of the weaknesses revealed fast and makes available software updates that patch them. However, you can easily avoid the inconvenience of software updates by using a procedure that involves creating a backup of the “SHSH” blobs. This backup makes sure that you will be able to downgrade and re-jailbreak your iPad every time the action is of interest for you.
After clearing up those details, it’s time we took a look at the steps you need to follow in order to jailbreak your iPad. The first thing you should do is make sure the latest version of iTunes is running on the computer that you want to use for the jailbreak. You will then have to download Spirit jailbreak for Mac or PC (simply visit the Spirit homepage). In the next step you will have to connect the iPad to your computer using the usual USB cable. Now you can launch the Spirit jailbreak application. If you are a Windows user you might have to complete this step by right-clicking on the exe file of the application and then choosing from the list of possibilities the “Run as Administrator” option. You will then be able to click the “Jailbreak” button and leave the software do its work. Towards the end of the process you will notice that the iPad will automatically reboot. After the reboot, you should notice that the Cydia app has been installed on your iPad. That’s sign the jailbreak was a success and you can now access all the third-party apps of interest.
After the jailbreak process is complete, you will be able to use applications such as Winterboard that offers a wide variety of themes that you can use in order to customize your device. You will also be able to use file managers that will help you keep your iPad files better organized and advanced backup tools. Not to mention the apps designed to speed up the iPad.
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