Do you have an iOS 6.1.3 iPhone locked to US carrier AT&T? There are a lot of hardware and software methods that help perform AT&T iPhone factory unlock but they are not as safe and permanent as the service we will tell you about in this special post. I mean AT&T official unlock that has become highly demanded because it doesn’t require software or hardware solutions. This unlock is distant, but let’s talk about various services that let users to solve their “locked” problem.
iOS 6.1.3 battery fix solutions are often searched by iPhone / iPad users who wish to get more of their battery life. The latest version of this mobile firmware presented by Apple makes some users angry and they are hoping to quickly fix iPhone iOS 6.1.3 battery drain issue. It is true that the operating system update that was meant to solve the problems discovered in v.6.1.2 causes new issues. Remember that new firmware was released to fix lock screen bug, but there is in passcode bug in iOS 6.1.3 and the trouble with battery life is another. Apple fans discuss their problems publicly in hopes that the Cupertino-based tech giant shares a good solution on its technical support forums, website
Thanks to iFaith you can downgrade iOS 6.1.3 without SHSH blobs to 5.1.1 or with locally saved blobs by Tinyumbrella to 6.1.2. As for me I don’t have blobs from TinyUmbrella so I used that iFaith gave me. Last time I wrote about how to dump SHSH blobs and create custom firmware using iFaith. But here is a little different method and I tried it myself on 3GS.
Just few minutes ago iH8sn0w released new version 1.5.6 to dump SHSH blobs and create custom IPSW and you download iFaith for Windows for free using direct link below. The new update came to fix iOS 6.1.3 downgrading with right blobs for it. It appears that Cydia isn’t saving your iOS 6.1.2 SHSH blobs correctly on Saurik’s server. If you are planning to upgrade or downgrade iOS 6.1.3 to 5.1.1 or other version using iFaith, you have to read this article now.
Learn how to restore iPhone and keep jailbreak. Are you aware that you can restore to factory condition your iPhone and keep jailbreak? If you think it is impossible you will be totally wrong, because below we offer you full instructions for using jailbroken iPhone as new, without losing all the charms of jailbreaking.
Sometimes when you try to save SHSH blobs on iPhone using Cydia server, you get problems during restore process. This issue can be resolved if you choose another program for the same task. For example, you might like to save SHSH blobs using iFaith 1.5.5 and I will show you how to do this. This guide is good not only for iOS 6.1.2 / 6.0 users but soon (with updated iFaith this week you will be able to dump SHSH blobs of iOS 6.1.3 for future downgrade). Update: iH8Sn0w is going to update the tool. You can download iFaith 1.5.6 to and follow steps below.
Does your Straight talk iPhone MMS not working? Would you like to fix this problem and get more options from the iPhone 4 and 4S? This guide will explain how you can fix Straight Talk iPhone MMS error for iOS 6 firmware versions 6.0, 6.0.1, 6.1 and 6.1.3 using SIM Swap tool. The instruction works for unlocked smartphones only. The 3GS model users can also follow the steps below to update mms settings for factory unlocked Straight Talk iPhone. You need to have one of the two SIM cards: My Simple Mobile or T-Mobile. You are also required to have a working and activated SIM card for Straight Talk. Make sure you have a tool to remove the SIM from
Download ireb 7 version now and bypass iTunes errors when downgrading and restoring. iREB utility designed specifically for Windows users, which at the time of recovery on custom firmware (created with Pwnagetool or Sn0wbreeze) appear iTunes error 1600 or 0ther like 1015, 1604, etc. Almost every owner of Apple devices you tried to create custom firmware using Sn0wbreeze, for example faced with the vagaries of iTunes, which is early in the process produces a different kind of errors (mostly they look 16hh, 1015).
Apple presented its latest iOS 6.1.3 to fix bypass passcode iPhone bug, yet a similar problem is found in the new firmware version. Previously there were vulnerabilities that could let attackers get through your lock pin and steal content. This lock screen bypass passcode iOS 6 issue has been discovered and later fixed by Apple. What does the new problem bring to iPhone users? How dangerous it is? Let’s see what people should be aware of now, once they have updated to operating system v6.1.3.
What will Apple introduce us as the iPhone 6? Will this handset be running the new iOS 7? The latest firmware version released by the Cupertino-based company is iOS 6.1.3. How soon will the next operating system follow?