There’s no two ways around it, TinyUmbrella is just as much of a staple to jailbreakers, as the tools that actually perform the jailbreaks. For that reason, I figured it was only right to create a standalone TinyUmbrella tutorial, which shows you how to manage your SHSH blobs.

With TinyUmbrella, your blobs can be retrieved from either Apple, or Cydia. In this video tutorial, I show you the difference between both methods and how to save your SHSH blobs for possible firmware downgrades…

TinyUmbrella isn’t rocket science, but this brief refresher course helped me remember just how great this little bit of java magic really is. You can download TinyUmbrella from our downloads page, or by visiting the official TinyUmbrella blog.

Do you use TinyUmbrella? If so, what’s your favorite part about this jailbreak community staple?

  • Burge

    I think everyone has used tiny at some point..and the best part about it , is what it does…

  • marquise3

    can you save shsh blobs on an unjailbroken phone? My sister has verizon running 4.2.5 which doesn’t have a jailbreak and she doesn’t want to go to 5 since it’s tethered and the latest to jailbreak untethered is 4.3.3. or is her best bet to wait until untethered 5 comes out….please help…..thanks

  • ajay abishek

    if ur phone is previously jailbroken atleast once after u bought it, then cydia automatically saves it to its remote server and u can retrive it from tiny umbrella and save them on ur computer.

  • mina