You Can Fetch SHSH Blobs from A8 and A7 iDevices on iOS 8.1.2 [Instruction]
You know that hacker @notcom has presented two versions of TinyUmbrella to save SHSH blobs on iOS 8.2 and 8.1.3. He has once again upgraded the program and it can now get SHSH blobs from iPhone. It supports both A8 and A7 gadgets running iOS 8.1.2 and earlier firmware versions.
The version 220.127.116.11 can fetch SHSH blobs for iOS 8.1.2 and older getting them from your iDevice. What does it mean? This means that you can both save and fetch SHSH blobs with TinyUmbrella for both signed firmwares and versions that Apple is not signing any more like iOS 8.1.3, 8.1.2 etc. This can change the future of jailbreaking pretty soon.
How to Get SHSH Blobs Using TinyUmbrella for iOS 8.1.2
Step 1. Make sure you have either A8 [iPad Air 2, iPhone 6 or 6 plus] or A7 [iPhone 5S, iPad mini 2 or 3, iPad Air] device.
Step 2. You have to be jailbroken to download TinyUmbrella from notcom’s blog.
Step 3. Open Cydia and find AFC2. Install it to save blobs from the smartphone or tablet.
Step 4. Launch TinyUmbrella beta version 18.104.22.168. To select ‘fetch SHSH on device’ feature you should right click on the gadget’s icon in the left pane and choose it.
Step 5. The program will fetch your SHSHs.
If jailbreakers find a way how to stitch a custom ipws from SHSH blobs saved for early iOS 8 versions it might be soon able to restore to iOS 8.1.2 and other firmwares that can be easily untethered with PP Jailbreak or TaiG tool. Maybe Redsn0w or similar programs will appear in the future making downgrading possible.
Older iPhones and iPads can be supported by TinyUmbrella once iH8sn0w hacker updates iFaith.