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Apple Stops Signing iOS 10.1.1, Downgrading or Saving .SHSH2 blobs No Longer Possible

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Apple Stops Signing iOS 10.1.1, Downgrading or Saving .SHSH2 blobs No Longer Possible

Apple has stopped signing iOS 10.1 and 10.1.1 on Tuesday in a transfer that’s positive to choke the jailbreak group a bit bit additional. It’s conventional of Apple to apply this more or less conduct after a brand new firmware free up, so it’s now not unexpected this might occur as iOS 10.2 used to be launched simply over every week in the past.

Downgrading can also be helpful in instances the place the former iOS device update can also be jailbroken. So it might were moderately helpful if it used to be imaginable to downgrade to iOS 9.3.3, which can also be jailbroken the use of Pangu Jailbreak. Some customers additionally like to downgrade again to the older model in the event that they face issues after upgrading to the most recent iOS tool update.

Well known hacker and safety researcher Luca Todesco has introduced that he would possibly unencumber an iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak according to a kernel and root exploit revealed through Ian Beer from Google’s Venture 0, so it will were helpful if it's essential downgrade to iOS 10.1.1 after the jailbreak used to be launched.

iOS hacker tihmstar has additionally introduced that he plans to unlock a brand new software referred to as Prometheus, which can permit customers to downgrade or upgrade to an unsigned iOS firmware version. He had additionally launched a brand new software referred to as tsschecker which allowed you to save .shsh2 blobs, which might be required via Prometheus to downgrade or improve to an unsigned iOS firmware model.

In the event you ignored your probability… smartly, higher good fortune subsequent time!

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