TinyUmbrella Gets Updated With On-Device SHSH Fetching

TinyUmbrella Gets Updated With On-Device SHSH Fetching

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TinyUmbrella has been updated with the ability to fetch SHSH blobs directly off your iPhone and iPad. Semphore notes that new feature only works with A7 and A8 devices.

I’ve just pushed the latest TinyUmbrella BETA. This version fetches the current SHSH from the device. This means that if you are running 8.1.2, it doesn’t matter if Apple is no longer signing 8.1.2, TinyUmbrella will fetch the SHSH from the device.

There are a couple of conditions:
● You must be jailbroken
● You must have AFC2 installed (Search Apple File Conduit “2” in Cydia)
● You must have an A7 or A8 device. This will not work for anything lower.

A7 Devices include:
● iPhone 5S
● iPad Air
● iPad Mini 2 (retina)
● iPad Mini 3

A8 Devices include:
● iPhone 6
● iPhone 6 plus
● iPad Air 2

If you do not have one of the above devices, semaphore says you will need to wait for an iFaith update from iH8sn0w.

Currently, saving your SHSH blobs is still "useless", but semaphore, says "I would not have updated TU if there wasn’t at least a moderately good reason to. So, no it is not useless to save them." He also revealed that he is working with iH8Sn0w on "an awesome exploit he discovered".

You can download TinyUmbrella from the link below.

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TinyUmbrella Gets Updated With On-Device SHSH Fetching

spectre suit - August 24, 2015 at 2:14pm
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Well... - December 23, 2015 at 11:56am
Spam... Don't read
Ortiz - March 26, 2015 at 2:40am
I Have iOS 8.1 iPhone 6 ,can I clean restore my iPhone 6 to 8.1 without updating it now? And the re-jailbrake it .ill appreciate any feedback or reply thanks .not to familiar with this hold SHSH stuff lol
Well... - December 23, 2015 at 11:57am
Not yet, but they are working on that
rezaT - March 25, 2015 at 6:21pm
It will only get 1 SHSH from device in type "Erase". Is it enough for restoring?
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