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.
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.
iOS 11.3 is now out and its SEP is incompatible with iOS 11.0-11.1.2. This makes it your last chance to restore to iOS 11.0-11.1.2 using the SEP from iOS 11.2.6. Once iOS 11.2.6 is unsigned you’ll be out of luck, which could be any day now!
Now that tihmstar has updated his futurerestore tool with support for Odysseus 32-bit downgrade functionality, we’ve put together a guide for you to upgrade, downgrade, or restore your legacy devices at will, using your saved blobs.
iOS 10.3.1 signing is closing fast. With weak rumours of a possible iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak at some point in the future, we go through whether you should upgrade, downgrade, or save blobs before time runs out.
The signing window for iOS 10.2.1 could close any moment now, what with the upcoming release of iOS 10.3, so this is your last chance to save your blobs for iOS 10.2.1, or to downgrade to it from the iOS 10.3 betas.
iOS 10.2.1 is not currently jailbroken, so at the moment its blobs are not of use, nor is being on that firmware a guarantee of a jailbreak. However, you never know what’ll happen, so act now! Don’t be left out in the cold when signing ends.
This is our introduction to all things futurerestore. If you have an iOS, iPadOS, or tvOS device that you want to upgrade or downgrade to an unsigned firmware, this article will tell you if you can, and direct you to our specific guides on the subject. Good luck!
This is the first in our two-part guide on how to use futurerestore to up- or downgrade your iOS, iPadOS, or tvOS device to an unsigned firmware. Following on from our introduction to the subject, this guide discusses setting a generator on your jailbroken device before using futurerestore.
This is the second in our two-part guide on how to use futurerestore to up- or downgrade your iOS, iPadOS, or tvOS device to an unsigned firmware. After having made all necessary preparations, this guide demonstrates the actual usage of the futurerestore tool.
Are you are stuck on iOS 10.2.1 or higher, having missed the iOS 10.2 signing window and therefore the Yalu jailbreak? If so, you may be in luck today, provided you have the correct setup. Early reports have come in that some devices are creating nonce collisions on iOS 10.3 b1, providing an indirect route back to iOS 10.2 through Prometheus.
For this clever workaround to come off, you must have a device which produces collisions, namely the iPhone 5s or (possibly, though not confirmed on iOS 10.3 b1), an iPad Air. If you do, you may be able to downgrade from iOS 10.2.1 to iOS 10.2 and jailbreak, by first downloading and installing iOS 10.3 beta 1, and then downgrading to iOS 10.2 using futurerestore.