How To Jailbreak iPad Using Limera1n [Windows]

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Here are some important points to note before you proceed.
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iPod Touch 3G and iPod Touch 4G users can use this step by step guide.
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their iPod Touch.
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Do not forget to backup your iPad before you proceed. You can
for instructions on how to backup your iPad.
Limera1n supports iOS 3.2.2 for iPad. So update your iPad to iOS 3.2.2 and then jailbreak it using limera1n.
Limera1n is currently available for Windows, Geohot plans to release the Mac and Linux versions of limera1n soon.
After the jailbreaking process is complete, do not forget to checkout our article on
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Please ensure you are running iTunes 9.2 or later.
and save the application on your desktop.
Double click on the limera1n exe to launch the application.
Please ensure that your iPad is connected to the computer.
button.
You will see that limera1n puts your iPad in recovery mode. Immediately after this, follow the instructions.
Limera1n will be prompt you to press both the home and power buttons.
Limera1n will be then prompt you to release the Power button. Continue to press the home button.
You will see that limera1n has put your iPad in DFU mode. Continue to press the home button.
While limera1n performs the exploit, you will see the limera1n logo on your iPad.
When limera1n has successfully jailbroken your iPad, you will see
and get the following message.
You need to restart your iPad. You will notice that there is a new app called limera1n installed on your iPad.
on your iPad. Select Cydia and tap on the Install button to download and install it.
After Cydia has been installed, reboot your iPad (new version of limera1n should respring your iPad automatically).
You should find Cydia on your iPad’s homescreen. If you want you can launch the limera1n app to uninstall it.
Hope this helped. Please don't forget to drop us a line to tell us how it goes.

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