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Versión actual por: Sam Goldheart (detalles del voto) ,

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Hello to all!

I have or better I had the same problem as all of you, how to update from iOS 4.3.3 (or in in any case 4.3.x) to 9.x

I tried with the normal way and bricked the iPad. I unblocked it with reboot quite a few times as I tried different things.

Luckily I found a discussion where some people found a way to do it (link see below).

Basically you need to have the right ispw file to update manually from, using the DFU mode.

I have an iPad 2 GSM, formerly 4.3.3, and this file worked =>

iPad2,2_9.3_13E5191d_Restore

I tried different files that did not work, until I found the right one! Hurray! :)

Here you find all the links I found useful to do this:

Most important:

a link to a discussion where others were successful:

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7278630?start=195&tstart=0

How to update manually:

http://osxdaily.com/2015/09/19/update-ios-9-manually-itunes-firmware/

how to get in the DFU mode

http://www.imore.com/how-to-iphone-ipad-dfu-mode

a link where to get  the ispw file

http://www.techglobex.net/2016/01/download-ios-93-beta-ipsw-firmware-file.html

if it doesn’t work and you brick your iPad, with reboot you can unbrick it:

http://www.cydiaos.com/download-recboot/

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Editado por: iRobot ,

Texto:

Hello to all!

I have or better I had the same problem as all of you, how to update from iOS 4.3.3 (or in in any case 4.3.x) to 9.x

I tried with the normal way and bricked the iPad. I unblocked it with reboot quite a few times as I tried different things.

Luckily I found a discussion where some people found a way to do it (link see below).

Basically you need to have the right ispw file to update manually from, using the DFU mode.

I have an iPad 2 GSM, formerly 4.3.3, and this file worked =>

iPad2,2_9.3_13E5191d_Restore

I tried different files that did not work, until I found the right one! Hurray! :)

Here you find all the links I found useful to do this:

Most important:

a link to a discussion where others were successful:

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7278630?start=195&tstart=0

How to update manually:

http://osxdaily.com/2015/09/19/update-ios-9-manually-itunes-firmware/

how to get in the DFU mode

http://www.imore.com/how-to-iphone-ipad-dfu-mode

a link where to get  the ispw file

http://www.techglobex.net/2016/01/download-ios-93-beta-ipsw-firmware-file.html

if it doesn’t work and you brick your iPad, with reboot you can unbrick it:

http://www.cydiaos.com/download-recboot/

Estatus:

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Aporte original por: Walter Stanz ,

Texto:

Hello to all!

I have or better I had the same problem as all of you, how to update from iOS 4.3.3 (or in in any case 4.3.x) to 9.x

I tried with the normal way and bricked the iPad. I unblocked it with reboot quite a few times as I tried different things.

Luckily I found a discussion where some people found a way to do it (link see below).

Basically you need to have the right ispw file to update manually from, using the DFU mode.

I have an iPad 2 GSM, formerly 4.3.3, and this file worked =>

iPad2,2_9.3_13E5191d_Restore

I tried different files that did not work, until I found the right one! Hurray! :)

Here you find all the links I found useful to do this:

Most important:

a link to a discussion where others were successful:

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7278630?start=195&tstart=0

How to update manually:

http://osxdaily.com/2015/09/19/update-ios-9-manually-itunes-firmware/

how to get in the DFU mode

http://www.imore.com/how-to-iphone-ipad-dfu-mode

a link where to get  the ispw file

http://www.techglobex.net/2016/01/download-ios-93-beta-ipsw-firmware-file.html

if it doesn’t work and you brick your iPad, with reboot you can unbrick it:

http://www.cydiaos.com/download-recboot/

Estatus:

open