The process for saving .shsh2 blobs on devices with an A12 or higher chip (iPhone XS, XR, iPad Air 3, etc., and newer) is a little more involved than for A11 and lower (iPhone 8, iPhone X, and older). We take you through the updated method needed to save valid blobs on these newer devices.
Good news for jailbreakers! The previously broken futurerestore tool has begun to receive fixes for iOS and iPadOS 14.3+, allowing jailbreakers on lower firmwares to jump to iOS and iPadOS 14.x at their leisure and make use of upcoming jailbreaks.
With Apple’s ever-turning signing machine, jailbreakers are forever wondering what the best strategy is for their device. In this article, we’ll quickly go through what we consider the smartest options for each device and firmware version so that you can make an informed decision.
iOS 14.2 added a slew of new emoji options. In this guide, we show our jailbroken users how to enjoy all the new additions without having to update their devices to the newest firmware. Have your jailcake, and eat Fondue emoji too!
This guide explains how to set a generator on a device jailbroken on iOS 9 and some versions of iOS 10, using nonceEnabler. This is required for devices on those firmwares if your jailbreak does not provide its own method of setting a generator, before you can use futurerestore.
Apple’s next operating system, macOS 10.15 Catalina, has now been through a few beta revisions and had its public beta release. We thought this would be a good time to show you how to make a USB installer for the new OS, for test deployment to your Macs.
In this guide, we show you how to save .shsh2 blobs for the Apple TV 4K. On the off-chance a futurerestore-type tool for the device is developed in future, having saved blobs will be essential to use it.