Tiny Umbrella Updated To Save iOS 5.1.1 SHSH Blobs - Save iOS 5.1.1 SHSH Blobs Using Tiny Umbrella
Tiny Umbrella gets updated to save shsh blobs for iOS 5.1.1. Notcom has just announced that the new Tiny Umbrella will support saving of shsh blobs and every iOS user if they want to be able to downgrade their devices in future should download Tiny Umbrella and save their device's shsh blobs.
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Tiny Umbrella is a very handy tool that allows you to save your shsh blobs that are required for every restore. Apple generates unique encrypted signatures for every iPhone, iPod and iPad that is updated or restored using iTunes. Since these are encrypted, there is no way to decry-pt them as Apple alone has the decryption keys which Apple releases on every restore. If any new firmware has released, Apple over a period of times stops generating these keys for older firmware which means if you try to install an older firmware through iTunes, iTunes will throw an error as Apple refuses to issue the keys for older firmware.
This is where Tiny Umbrella plays its role. If you have saved the shsh blobs for the previous firmware using tiny umbrella, you can restore your device to that particular firmware for which you have saved the shsh blobs. For instance, if I saved the shsh blobs for iOS 5.0.1 using Tiny Umbrella, I can anytime downgrade my device from iOS 5.1.1 to iOS 5.0.1 because I have saved my shsh blobs. Tiny umbrella helps in downgrading an iPhone, iPod or an iPad to any firmware of which shsh blobs are available.
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