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TinyUmbrella, the tool that allows users to save SHSH blobs to be used for potential downgrades, has received another update. As we reported a few weeks ago, TinyUmbrella has made a significant comeback, and its developer, semaphore, is hopeful that downgrades to iOS firmware will be a real thing in the not so distant future.

With this in mind, semaphore is continuing to improve TinyUmbrella, and this latest beta version contains numerous fixes and iterative enhancements. If you still haven’t saved your SHSH blobs, I advise you to stop what you’re doing, download TinyUmbrella, and do so today.

Here is the full change log for this latest beta release:

  • Architecture detection – TinyUmbrella will now warn you if iTunes is a different architecture. This affects device detection. If TinyUmbrella and iTunes are not the same architecture, TinyUmbrella will not be able to detect your device
  • Contention issues – I had some nasty race conditions revolving around startup and the handling of files. This has been fixed in the latest build
  • SHSH ECID and Version detection – TinyUmbrella was failing to detect very old (3.x) SHSH formats. This resulted in -1.shshs. This has been fixed and the actual SHSHs found in those -1 files will be placed in their proper homes automatically.
  • Longer TSS Fetch cooldown – This is important because if we hit the TSS servers too quickly, their flood detection will kick in and we will earn ourselves a nice temporary IP ban.
  • Device Highlighting from SHSH table – When you select a signature in the table, the corresponding device is highlighted in the device tree.
  • Many more bug fixes

You can download the 8.2.0.41 beta from TinyUmbrella’s website. If you need help, see our initial post on the tool’s comeback, and watch our TinyUmbrella video embedded below:

Semaphore states that even more goodies are coming in future beta updates. These include on-device SHSH fetching for A7 and A8 devices, and more.

Again, it is highly recommended that you download TinyUmbrella and save your blobs today if you think you might ever want to downgrade in the future. I look at it as a good insurance policy for protecting jailbreaks and potential jailbreaks. What do you think about it?