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TinyUmbrella can now save local SHSH blobs from device, and that includes iOS 8.1.2

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TinyUmbrella can now save local SHSH blobs from device, and that includes iOS 8.1.2

Few days again, Semaphore aka notcom, developer of TinyUmbrella, had launched a beta model that allowed you to save SHSH blobs for iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.1.3. He has now launched a brand new model of TinyUmbrella beta (

This model accommodates a vital new function. You now be capable of save SHSH blobs right away from a local software. This method that should you’re on a jailbreakable firmware like iOS 8.1.2, you can save the 8.1.2 blobs although Apple is now not signing that firmware model.

To use the brand new local SHSH saving function, you’ll want to meet a couple of piece of standards. First, you’ll want to be jailbroken. Second, you’ll want the Apple File Conduit 2 package deal from Cydia put in. Lastly, you’ll want to be the use of an A7 or A8 tool.

The following units have compatibility with the brand new local saving function:

A7 Devices:
  • iPhone 5S
  • iPad Air
  • iPad Mini 2
  • iPad Mini 3
A8 Devices:
  • iPhone 6
  • iPhone 6 plus
  • iPad Air 2
If you meet the aforementioned standards, obtain the recent model of TinyUmbrella from Semaphore’s blog. Once you do, attach your tool, and proper click on at the software and choose Fetch SHSH on tool. You can additionally click on the Action button within the menu bar, and choose Fetch Onboard.

If you get an errors message that says “Apple File Conduit “2” now not discovered”, and you’re positive you've gotten it put in, unplug your software from your pc and reconnect it. A’ve discovered that a easy unplug and replug fixes the problem, and it's going to then help you save local SHSH blobs.
Although we nonetheless don’t have any concrete information a few long run downgrading procedure, the possibility that such talents will turn into to be had seems extra promising with on a daily basis that passes. This is a vital win for jailbreakers and might-be downgraders. Having the power to revert again to iOS 8.1.2 can be superior.

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