Some iPhone 4 owners are not satisfied with the iOS 7 released by Apple in fall 2013. If you are using Windows PC and your iOS 6.1.3 SHSH blobs [6.1.2 or earlier version of firmware] are saved you are able to downgrade iOS 7 to iOS 6 [iPhone 4 users only]. The instruction is useless if you don’t have your blobs saved or own a different iPhone model.READ MORE +
iPhone 4 users who have installed the latest iOS 7 released by Apple this fall can easily downgrade to iOS 6.1.3 via iFaith. There are special requirements for people who wish to follow this guide and downgrade iOS 7 to iOS 6. All information is listed inside this post.READ MORE +
It is a really interesting question. If you are looking to downgrade iOS 7.0 to 6.1.3 you can follow the guide below. It is really relevant because hackers promised iOS 6.1.3 / 4 untethered jailbreak coming soon.
Yesterday Apple released it 7th version of iOS which was completely new and fresh for iUsers. You can see completely new design, interface, updated apps and many other stunning stuff.READ MORE +
Apple TV as well as iPhone and iPad users can now get iFaith 1.5.9. The program has been updated by iH8Sn0w and it fixes some bugs and dumps the second-gen ATV blobs for users who are using iOS 5.3 built 10B809.
According to program developer, new version of iFaith comes with a lot of changes. We’ll list some of them so that you can get an idea what you are offered once you start using it on your Apple devices.READ MORE +
One week passed when Apple introduced new firmware and launched first beta version. Few hrs after, famous hacker known as iH8sn0w tweeted that those who installed iOS 7.0b1 could fetch its SHSH blobs. Here I will show you how to save iOS 7 beta 1 SHSH blobs using iFaith on Windows. iHsn0w didn’t update this program. You can do it using the latest 1.5.8 version but only for fetching and not dumping.READ MORE +
I will tell you about the latest method used by customers with iPhone 3Gs and 4. Our main attention is focused on iOS 6.1.3 Sn0wbreeze unlocking for pre-A5 Apple handsets. We will use custom firmware to make Gevey Sim and Ultrasn0w work. You can also try the alternative way to unlock iPhone 3GS 6.1.3 with Ultrasn0w using iPad baseband update/downgrade.READ MORE +
If you updated your iPhone to the new firmware you might think to downgrade iOS 6.1.4 to the jailbreakable version. Let’s see what we can do with that.
After Apple released the new firmware hackers started to update their tools for that. First Notcom released new TinyUmbrella for iOS 6.1.4 and now became known that iH8sn0w released iFaith 1.5.8 to fetch iOS 6.1.4 blobs.READ MORE +
If you ever consider downgrading your iPhone / iPad to an earlier iOS version you should get iFaith. This is a great program for users who wish to save SHSH blobs iOS 6.1.3 or other firmware version for their smartphone and tablet computers. Especially after news that Apple is going to release iOS 6.1.4 very soon.
It is not difficult to perform this task. Still if you are new to iDevices, we will explain how to save SHSH blobs using iFaith so that you can downgrade from iOS 6.1.4 to iOS 6.1.3 or other firmware when you need it. If you haven’t dumped the blobs for iOS 6.1.3 it will be impossible to downgrade.READ MORE +
Thanks to iFaith you can downgrade iOS 6.1.3 without SHSH blobs to 5.1.1 or with locally saved blobs by Tinyumbrella to 6.1.2. As for me I don’t have blobs from TinyUmbrella so I used that iFaith gave me.
Last time I wrote about how to dump SHSH blobs and create custom firmware using iFaith. But here is a little different method and I tried it myself on 3GS.READ MORE +
Just few minutes ago iH8sn0w released new version 1.5.6 to dump SHSH blobs and create custom IPSW and you download iFaith for Windows for free using direct link below. The new update came to fix iOS 6.1.3 downgrading with right blobs for it.
It appears that Cydia isn’t saving your iOS 6.1.2 SHSH blobs correctly on Saurik’s server. If you are planning to upgrade or downgrade iOS 6.1.3 to 5.1.1 or other version using iFaith, you have to read this article now.READ MORE +