Frustrating Situation >_<
Hello iphone developers this is my first post! I have tried googling many different ways and have had a lot of trouble with this situation.
I have a tmobile iphone 4 on 5.0 firmware. I am trying to get it untethered, I have already done tethered jailbreak. I know corona works for 5.0.1, but I cannot find a way to update to this firmware. It seems I can only update to 5.1
Is there another way to untether the jailbreak, or to update it ONLY to 5.0.1? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!!
No way to do it without the shsh blobs apple stop signing the iOS 5.0.1, and iOS 5.1 is only a tethered jailbreak
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And I would have to be on 5.0.1 to get those blobs for my phone specifically from what I understand is that right? So there is really no way even if it's complicated?
There's no way for you to update without SHSH for 5.0.1, unfortunately.
Last edited by tehh4ck3r; 05-01-2012 at 11:42 PM.
u must use redsn0w to edit custom ipsw to add the shsh blobs to custom ipsw and after that begin restoring !!
- Open the latest version of redsn0w
- download the custom ipsw file made with pwangetool : mahmood1.com - Jailbreak & Unlock
- open redsn0w and Click “Extras”.
- Click “SHSH blobs” and then click “Stitch”.
- Locate the IPSW for the version of iOS you want to downgrade or upgrade to.
- Click “Local or cydia shsh blobs” and select the saved 5.0.1 SHSH blob you saved in your computer earlier.
- redsn0w will now begin creating your signed IPSW. It will be saved in the same location the stock IPSW was located.
- Enter Pwned DFU mode with redsn0w or iREB. (In redsn0w, go back to the Extras menu and click “Pwned DFU”.)
- Open iTunes and hold down the “Shift” key (on Windows) or “Option” key (on Mac) and click on Restore.
- Navigate to your iOS 5.0.1 signed custom IPSW and select it.
- The rest will be a normal restore process. You should now have successfully restored your device to iOS 5.0.1.Content from