itsalltrash Wrote:@jd2157 from a Jailbreak standpoint, the iOS 4.3.1 exploit is the same used on the ATV2 4.2.1(2100). That is the only thing that I am getting at. So when you talk about jailbreaks, it's the 4.3.1 jailbreak, lumping in the ATV2 4.2.1(2100).
As to the right way to call it without causing confusion... good luck. I even got caught up with the version being off from the iOS build so I would rather go with official ATV2 versions, such as 4.2.1(2100).
The jailbreak is specific to the iOS version not the Apple TV software version. Apple TV software is just an application running on top of iOS. It's iOS itself that's being exploited so it'll run applications Apple hasn't approved.
So I'm not sure what you mean by "the iOS 4.3.1 exploit is the same used on the TV2 4.2.1(2100)" or "lumping in the ATV2 4.2.1(2100)".
I would rather Apple TV software versions weren't mentioned until they're relevant to the discussion. They're relevant when talking about fixes/features within the atv2 GUI but not when discussing jailbreaking. Ever notice how all the tutorials refer to the iOS version and not the Apple TV software version?