Posts Tagged ‘TinyUmbrella’

TinyUmbrella update now lets you save iOS 8.1.2 SHSH blobs without Apple signing the firmware on A7 and A8 devices, such as the iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPhone 6, 6 Plus and the iPhone 5s. More details and download link can be found right here.

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New TinyUmbrella is out. Save your blobs for iOS 8.1.3 – iOS 8.2 now for future downgrades. More details and direct download links can be found here.

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Back in the earlier days of jailbreaking, TinyUmbrella was an invaluable tool. Used to extract certain device-specific files and preserve them for safe-keeping, its primary use was to create pseudo servers from which iOS users could restore / update to software that Apple was no longer signing. Put simply, Apple stepped up to the mark, essentially nullifying the usefulness of TinyUmbrella almost completely, but now, its author has defiantly outlined his intention to restore it to its former glory.

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TinyUmbrella has been updated to support iOS 6.1.4 for iPhone 5. TinyUmbrella is a popular tool in the jailbreak community which is widely used to save SHSH blobs and APTickets for iOS firmwares Apple is still signing. Aside from supporting the very latest firmware, there’s very little else to report from the latest version 6.14.00, and for interested parties, we’ve got the direct links right after the break.

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TinyUmbrella has been updated to version 6.13.00, bringing support for Apple’s latest iOS 6.1.3 firmware. As well as catering to the most recent edition of the popular mobile OS, developer Notcom has also fixed the ClassNotFoundException on Platform bug, which seemed only to affect TinyUmbrella users on Windows.

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The Developer behind the popular TinyUmbrella program is now said to be working on a new tool dubbed TinyPwn which will allow you to create and customize the iOS custom IPSW files.

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The developer behind the well known TinyUmbrella program has confirmed that a new upcoming update to his program will allow you to restore your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to a selected iOS firmware without having to use iTunes.

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