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Redsn0w will now let you downgrade all iOS devices to earlier firmware

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 14 May 2012 22:11 User comments (2)

Redsn0w will now let you downgrade all iOS devices to earlier firmware The iPhone Dev Team has updated the popular jailbreaking tool.
As announced last month, the group has released an updated version of the tool, one that adds a major new feature. Users can now downgrade any current iOS device to an earlier version of the Apple mobile OS.

After opening redsn0w 0.9.11b1, interested users will find a new "restore" option after clicking through "Extras -> Even More."


(Pic via Mobi)

In order to restore the previous OSs, you will have to have backed up your personalized SHSH blobs using either the TinyUmbrella utility or Cydia's own TSS@Home function.

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2 user comments

115.5.2012 11:43

So does this mean you can finally get rid of itunes? If I still had an iphone I would really appreciate this, but I moved on and I will never go back.

215.5.2012 21:27

good for iphone users i guess

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