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    Default 4.3.2 worth upgrading from 4.01?

    Might be a silly question, but I know there was lots of opinions 4.3.1 was bloated and buggy - and my iPhone 4 is still running 4.0.1, is it worth upgrading to 4.3.2? Or is that version still "buggy" ?



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    4.3.2 is a solid improvement over 4.3.1 - the bugs are gone - bloat is harder to clean up.

    My personal experience is that 4.2.1 has a good balance of bloat versus features but 4.3.2 seems to run fine for me on my iPad (which is the device I notice memory limitations / bloat on most)

    Remember that Apple has now committed to a small update to address the bugs that caused the location caching non-issue. That will likely also close the untether exploit used in 4.3.1/4.3.2 so I'd save my 4.3.2 SHSH now even if I decided not to update to 4.3.2 yet.
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    Well in my opinion its better to always upgrade to the latest firmware but with 2 conditions :

    1- Always save your baseband by using Sn0wbreeze to unlock it later if you have to .
    2- Wait a week or 2 just to be sure that developers make the upgrades for the Programs to run on the latest one without bugs .

    Good Luck on choosing the right version that you like ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanybv View Post
    1- Always save your baseband by using Sn0wbreeze to unlock it later if you have to .
    I'm guessing you mean "prevent baseband update" - pwnagetool is the recommended tool for this job - but sn0wbreeze will also work fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olethros View Post
    I'm guessing you mean "prevent baseband update" - pwnagetool is the recommended tool for this job - but sn0wbreeze will also work fine.
    I agree but don't forget that 5% of the earth population are using Apple products the rest are Windows users , and yes "prevent baseband update" not saving it thanks for the correction


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanybv View Post
    I agree but don't forget that 5% of the earth population are using Apple products the rest are Windows users , and yes "prevent baseband update" not saving it thanks for the correction
    Yes, that is true, however sn0wbreeze wasn't reliable enough for the moderators here to recommend until recently.
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