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A new TinyUmbrella beta is released with iOS downgrades in view

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A new TinyUmbrella beta is released with iOS downgrades in view

As promised, Semaphore has released a rewrite of his widespread TinyUmbrella software for OS Y and Windows. The device, which has been utterly rewritten from the bottom up, is lately in beta and calls for Java.

Semaphore has alluded to the truth that the new TinyUmbrella could have a long way-achieving effects associated with downgrading each 32-bit and 64-bit units. Back in the unique TinyUmbrella’s heyday, it used to be used as a device to lend a hand downgrade to previous variations of iOS.

Previously, saving SHSH blobs help you repair without reference to whether or not or now not Apple used to be signing the firmware. For example, should you had to repair your telephone, however the recent firmware used to be now not jailbreakable (ex iOS 8.2), you must use your SHSH blobs to downgrade to a decrease firmware model, or just re-repair to a jailbreakable firmware (ex iOS 8.1.2).

Details are restricted, so we don't seem to be positive what semaphore has deliberate, however for now, a beta model of TinyUmbrella with restricted options has been released in order to iron out more than a few insects sooner than freeing a model with "extra admirable options". Those "admirable options" are most probably going to make saving SHSH blogs related once more. Semaphore tricks on the upcoming options on twitter, or even discusses running with @iH8sn0w on an make the most he found out.

The new device has been simplified considerably, and now accommodates a unmarried button devoted to saving your SHSH blobs. As you'll be able to see from the screenshot under, S have a few blobs stored for each iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.1.3 for my iPhone 6 Plus:

You can obtain the new beta unlock of TinyUmbrella device from this link.

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