A secluded beta tester has released a leaked edition of Apple iPad2 JailbreakMe 3.0, readily available for installation on iOS 4.3.0 tablets.
However, Jailbreak developer Comex did not make this unofficial edition of JailbreakMe 3.0. Although others wait for the genuine one, some Apple iPad 2 proprietors are keen to attempt if the leaked edition is worth the risk.
Redmond Pie gave the steps. The first step is to launch Mobile Safari and find the way over to the URL as revealed in the video. The second step is once you’ve completed that, Safari should automatically shut, and you should currently observe a Cydia icon on your Home Screen, with a progress bar, much like any other official app while it’s downloading. And the third step, once the Cydia icon vanishes, reboot your gadget, and once it powers back up, which could get a little bit longer than natural, your iPad 2 should be jailbroken.
Apple iPad 2 proprietors must keep in mind that this unofficial leaked edition applies for iOS 4.3.0 only, making sure to checked Settings > General > About for the gadget’s recent edition. Be prepared to face the consequences for pitching into an unofficial version of JailbreakMe 3.0, as it voids your warranty.