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New TinyUmbrella beta released

Semaphore aka notcom, developer of TinyUmbrella, the software that permits you to take a backup of SHSH blobs has released some other update for the device (TinyUmbrella beta).

As we pronounced a couple of weeks in the past, TinyUmbrella has made a vital comeback, and its developer, semaphore, is hopeful that downgrades to iOS firmware can be an actual factor within the now not so far away long run.

With this in thoughts, semaphore is constant to strengthen TinyUmbrella, and this up to date beta model accommodates a large number of fixes and iterative improvements. If you continue to haven’t stored your SHSH blobs, O recommend you to prevent what you’re doing, obtain TinyUmbrella, and achieve this these days.

Here is the whole amendment log for this recent beta free up:
  • Architecture detection – TinyUmbrella will now alert you if iTunes is a unique structure. This impacts software detection. If TinyUmbrella and iTunes don't seem to be the similar structure, TinyUmbrella will be unable to locate your tool
  • Contention problems – A had a few nasty race prerequisites revolving round startup and the coping with of information. This has been fastened within the up to date construct
  • SHSH ECID and Version detection – TinyUmbrella used to be failing to locate very antique (3.x) SHSH codecs. This ended in -1.shshs. This has been fastened and the real SHSHs present in the ones -1 information might be positioned of their right kind houses mechanically.
  • Longer TSS Fetch cooldown – This is very important as a result of if we hit the TSS servers too temporarily, their flood detection will kick in and we will be able to earn ourselves a pleasant brief IP ban.
  • Device Highlighting from SHSH desk – When you choose a signature within the desk, the corresponding software is highlighted within the tool tree.
  • Many extra malicious program fixes
You can download the beta from TinyUmbrella’s site..

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