iH8sn0w Releases iREB 5
iH8sn0w has updated his iREB tool.
iREB has been updated for the first time in ten whole months; now dubbed iREB 5. It's a tool made by iH8sn0w
that lets you get out of any restoring errors (such as 1015) when trying to restore with custom firmware. It has been updated with some really minor improvements, but improvements nonetheless. It doesn't yet work with the iPhone 4S or iPad 2 because there are no bootrom exploits for them yet. Albeit, it will work with all of your A4 or older iDevices.
The news comes from iH8sn0w himself who tweeted about it less than an hour ago:
The release notes are short, simple, and to the point. The fixes include problems with USB 3.0 compatiblity which has been updated so that it should work just fine now, speed improvements have been made for use with the iPod touch 1G and iPhone 2G; iH8sn0w states that the speed improvement is significant, problems detecting DFU mode (while rare) have been fixed, also updated was the limera1n/steaks4uce payload to not hook, "cmd_go" on iOS 4 firmwares. The file size of iREB has been reduced to only 390KB. The entire change log can be read here
iREB 5, like most of iH8sn0w's iOS tools, is for the Windows platform only. It is required that you have iTunes 10 to use iREB 5. It will support all firmwares from iOS 3 to iOS 5.0.1. If you are a user of iREB, then you can download the new version from this link
, or if that link doesn't work then you can visit iH8sn0w.com
where you can not only download iREB 5, but also the rest of his tools. You will also be able to listen to his last DJ session there.
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