Developer NotCom released new update of TinyUmbrella for iOS 6.1.4. The new version of the program got compatibility with 6.1.4 firmware for iPhone 5. You may know that you can download iOS 6.1.4 and then save SHSH blobs for future use.
In the near future Apple will release iOS 6.1.4 and then iOS 7 so you need to use new Tinyumbrella to save iOS 6.1.3 SHSH blobs. Only after unloading the digital certificates for the OS you get a chance to downgrade this firmware in the future, through the restoration IPSW-file in iTunes. The problem is that at one time Apple will stop signing the old firmware, and the possibility to upload SHSH blobs and therefore downgrade the firmware will not be. So if you want to at any time have access to the jailbreak, you will need to save the certificate.
Now it is time to download TinyUmbrella 6.13.00 and save iOS 6.1.3 SHSH Blobs for future downgrade. Famous hacker and developer, semaphore a.k.a @notcom, has just released the new 6.13.00 version to support iOS 6.1.3 firmware. You can get it for Mac and Windows computers.
Good news came just few minutes ago from semaphore a.k.a notcom that you can download TinyUmbreall iOS 6.1.3 support and save SHSH blobs on Mac just like on Windows. Untill now it was not possible to perform saving blobs on Mac. You can only dump SHSH Blobs for iOS 6.1.3 on iFaith 1.5.6 that works only on Windows.
If you ever consider downgrading your iPhone / iPad to an earlier iOS version you should get iFaith. This is a great program for users who wish to save SHSH blobs iOS 6.1.3 or other firmware version for their smartphone and tablet computers. Especially after news that Apple is going to release iOS 6.1.4 very soon. It is not difficult to perform this task. Still if you are new to iDevices, we will explain how to save SHSH blobs using iFaith so that you can downgrade from iOS 6.1.4 to iOS 6.1.3 or other firmware when you need it. If you haven’t dumped the blobs for iOS 6.1.3 it will be impossible to downgrade.
There is a new version of TinyUmbrella available for Mac and Windows users. This v6.12.00 supports iOS 6.1.2, firmware which Apple presented last week. If you wish to download TinyUmbrella for iOS 6.1 devices or with the latest operating system installed you’ll be able to do so after the jump, as we are about to share the direct links with you.
Now it is a great time to save iOS 6.1 SHSH blobs on your computer for future downgrade. For this you will need updated TinyUmbrella tool. You may know that developer Winocm is preparing to release hack to downgrade iOS 6.1 but in the future, when Apple will release iOS 6.1.1, you may have a desire to downgrade it too. If you now will save iOS 6.1 SHSH blobs you will be able always to return to this version in the future.
After writing detailed guide on how to downgrade iOS 6.0.1 to iOS 6 and 5.1.1 I received messages from some users that they had problems when they had been trying to downgrade iOS 6.0.1 to iOS 5.1.1, so I decided to show you another method to do that. This method almost the same as previous, even simpler. Redsn0w is the tool you need and, as you might think, saved iOS 5.1.1 SHSH blobs because you won’t perform successful downgrade without it. But let us all in order.
Today I will show you how to use TinyUmbrella 6.01.00 to save iOS 6.0.1 SHSH blobs on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, iPad mini and iPad 4 to have the possibility to downgrade future iOS to iOS 6.0.1. If you need to downgrade iOS 6.0.1 to iOS 6 (5.1.1) you can use this link but only if you have needed SHSH blobs for this. Next, I describe how to create a firmware with stitched iOS 6.0.1 SHSH blobs for any device including iPad Mini and iPad 4. You need this because if your iPhone will be updated to iOS 6.1 or higher you will be able always to downgrade it to iOS 6.0.1.
Few minutes ago famous developer semaphore (@notcom) has just released TinyUmbrella for iOS 6.0.1 and you can download it to save SHSH blobs of your iPhone, iPad Mini and iPad 4. When you use this tool you can update to iOS 6.0.1 preserving baseband and you need to save SHSH blobs to have possibility to downgrade your device in the future.