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  • TinyUmbrella Updated With Support for iOS 6.0.2, iOS 6.1


    TinyUmbrella, a popular solution for saving and submitting SHSH blobs to Cydia has been updated Monday afternoon with support for iOS 6.0.2 and iOS 6.1.

    Quote Originally Posted by TinyUmbrella
    6.0.2 and 6.1 support for all relevant devices has been added. Sorry for the delay. I'm still working on the rewrite that will include auto updating and much cleaner code. I'll post more details as I get closer to completion. I have a feeling I'll be making at least some of the modules open source on either github or bitbucket.
    With iOS hackers having today deemed iOS 6.1 as jailbreak safe, it would be a good idea to save your iOS 6.1 SHSH blobs after updating. There is currently no use for them on iOS 6, however if hackers do at some point find a way to use these blobs to your advantage, you’ll have been proud that you saved them. It's merely a precautionary measure.

    Alternatively, you can also use the latest version of redsn0w to save your SHSH blobs and submit them to Cydia. Both clients support a Mac OS X and Windows version, so you can be selective over which application you want to use. Also, both clients work with every iOS device.

    You can download the latest TinyUmbrella using the links below:
    TinyUmbrella for Mac OS X
    TinyUmbrella for Windows

    Sources: TinyUmbrella via iClarified
    This article was originally published in forum thread: TinyUmbrella Updated With Support for iOS 6.0.2, iOS 6.1 started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 46 Comments
    1. Kaleb112494's Avatar
      Kaleb112494 -
      I did a clean restore of 6.0.2 on my iPad mini about a week and a half ago. I just tried saving the SHSH blobs using TinyUmbrella, but it says it isn't there. It's still running 6.0.2. Should I wait to update it to 6.1, until redsn0w is updated and able to dumb the 6.0.2 blobs? They're there, and they're legitimate, so why can't I save them?
    1. 2k1's Avatar
      2k1 -
      Apple stop signing them already
    1. Kaleb112494's Avatar
      Kaleb112494 -
      I guess I didn't realize that Apple stopping the signing of the firmware causes me not to fetch them. If I have a copy of the blobs on the device, why couldn't I dump them like I was able to with 5.0 and 5.0.1?
    1. EVO's Avatar
      EVO -
      Gotta get home and save these blobs quickly, I missed 6.0 and 6.0.1 blobs

      Curse u 2k1!!!

      But at least I got 6.0.2 so to u 2k1
    1. Simon's Avatar
      Simon -
      Quote Originally Posted by Kaleb112494 View Post
      I guess I didn't realize that Apple stopping the signing of the firmware causes me not to fetch them. If I have a copy of the blobs on the device, why couldn't I dump them like I was able to with 5.0 and 5.0.1?
      A bootrom exploit is needed to dump them from the device. Which is why only iPhone 4 and lower can do that.
    1. Kaleb112494's Avatar
      Kaleb112494 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
      A bootrom exploit is needed to dump them from the device. Which is why only iPhone 4 and lower can do that.
      So I have to wait until the exploit is released in the form of redsn0w, absinthe, etc? Because if so, I can wait to update. I have no problem with that
    1. Simon's Avatar
      Simon -
      Quote Originally Posted by Kaleb112494 View Post
      So I have to wait until the exploit is released in the form of redsn0w, absinthe, etc? Because if so, I can wait to update. I have no problem with that
      No, there is currently no bootrom exploit for a 4S or higher device. You cannot dump the shsh from them. Only way to save shsh for them is request it from apple, who only give the latest shsh (6.1 now). There is really no need for 6.0.X shsh anyway. 6.1 is the shsh that you are going to want to save.
    1. Kaleb112494's Avatar
      Kaleb112494 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
      No, there is currently
      Currently, you said. The whole point of the new iOS 6 exploit is that it is a bootrom based exploit, right? If it is, and the exploit is released publicly, say around Sunday, I believe was the estimation, then I will or will not have a chance at saving them?

      I like to save every possible SHSH just in case I need to go back to one for a certain reason.

      And I'm not trying to fight you, I'm just trying to understand 100% if what I've been told could be accurate or not. I really do appreciate the help and what not.
    1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar
      Anthony Bouchard -
      Quote Originally Posted by Kaleb112494 View Post
      Currently, you said. The whole point of the new iOS 6 exploit is that it is a bootrom based exploit, right? If it is, and the exploit is released publicly, say around Sunday, I believe was the estimation, then I will or will not have a chance at saving them?

      I like to save every possible SHSH just in case I need to go back to one for a certain reason.

      And I'm not trying to fight you, I'm just trying to understand 100% if what I've been told could be accurate or not. I really do appreciate the help and what not.
      There is no bootrom exploit involved with the iOS 6.1 jailbreak. Only limera1n devices have a bootrom exploit.

      Some newer devices can restore back and forth between iOS 5 firmwares as long as SHSH blobs are saved due to a vulnerability in the APTicket system. It's not bootrom-based.

      iOS 6 is not included in this vulnerability.
    1. Justahbu's Avatar
      Justahbu -
      LOL That's why i use redsnow to save my blobs TU never updated until it's to late
    1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar
      Anthony Bouchard -
      Quote Originally Posted by Justahbu View Post
      LOL That's why i use redsnow to save my blobs TU never updated until it's to late
      What are they really late for? iOS 6.0.2 blobs are technically useless since there's going to be no reason to go back to iOS 6.0.2.
    1. regkilla's Avatar
      regkilla -
      Quote Originally Posted by Justahbu View Post
      LOL That's why i use redsnow to save my blobs TU never updated until it's to late
      I was waiting on TinyUmbrella to update so I could save the SHSH blobs for 6.0.2 since it's easy doing it that way but it was done too late
    1. Justahbu's Avatar
      Justahbu -
      Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Bouchard View Post
      What are they really late for? iOS 6.0.2 blobs are technically useless since there's going to be no reason to go back to iOS 6.0.2.
      It was a generalization, it's not whether they are useful or not it's just the point that they maybe could had been useful but it wasn't updated until it was to late...
    1. thevmax's Avatar
      thevmax -
      Quote Originally Posted by Justahbu View Post
      LOL That's why i use redsnow to save my blobs TU never updated until it's to late
      Yes, but if you are running an Iphone 5 , like myself and a lot of others, you don't have the ability to run redsn0w yet.

      So we have to use Tiny Umbrella, if it has been updated. I was only able to save SHSH for 6.0.1 and 6.1, but since I don't plan on ever going back from 6.1 it shouldn't be a problem.

      This is why I was asking for the jailbreak before IOS 6.1 was released. That way I could have saved my SHSH on IOS 6.0.2 with RedSn0W.
    1. Justahbu's Avatar
      Justahbu -
      Quote Originally Posted by thevmax View Post
      Yes, but if you are running an Iphone 5 , like myself and a lot of others, you don't have the ability to run redsn0w yet.

      So we have to use Tiny Umbrella, if it has been updated. I was only able to save SHSH for 6.0.1 and 6.1, but since I
      don't plan on ever going back from 6.1 it shouldn't be a problem.
      You could of still used redsnow to backup your blobs... Even with a ip5
    1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar
      Anthony Bouchard -
      Quote Originally Posted by Justahbu View Post
      It was a generalization, it's not whether they are useful or not it's just the point that they maybe could had been useful but it wasn't updated until it was to late...
      They're just in time for what really matters. iOS 6.1.
    1. Justahbu's Avatar
      Justahbu -
      Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Bouchard View Post
      They're just in time for what really matters. iOS 6.1.
      Yea well it seems you missed my point In my last post
    1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar
      Anthony Bouchard -
      Quote Originally Posted by Justahbu View Post
      Yea well it seems you missed my point In my last post
      I get your point, just don't see the necessity in consideration. They weren't in time for something that isn't important, but were in time for what was important.
    1. Justahbu's Avatar
      Justahbu -
      Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Bouchard View Post
      I get your point, just don't see the necessity in consideration. They weren't in time for something that isn't important, but were in time for what was important.
      Just saying if 6.0.2 was important a lot of people would have missed the train.. This time 6.0.2 wasn't important, That might not be the case next time, that is why I always use redsnow
    1. Tario70's Avatar
      Tario70 -
      Quote Originally Posted by thevmax View Post
      Yes, but if you are running an Iphone 5 , like myself and a lot of others, you don't have the ability to run redsn0w yet.

      So we have to use Tiny Umbrella, if it has been updated. I was only able to save SHSH for 6.0.1 and 6.1, but since I don't plan on ever going back from 6.1 it shouldn't be a problem.

      This is why I was asking for the jailbreak before IOS 6.1 was released. That way I could have saved my SHSH on IOS 6.0.2 with RedSn0W.
      Yeah, I have an iPhone 5 & used redsn0w to save my 6.0.1, 6.0.2, & 6.1 blobs. The downside with redsn0w is that you have to download the IPSW for whatever firmware you want blobs for, the upside is that you don't have to wait for an update to get those blobs.