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So late last night, after work I updated TinyUmbrella so I could save my 4.0.1 SHSH as Comex advised it. When I started reading my text messages this morning, I
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    Default Cydia saved my 4.0 SHSH? :s
    So late last night, after work I updated TinyUmbrella so I could save my 4.0.1 SHSH as Comex advised it. When I started reading my text messages this morning, I thought I would check Cydia to see if my 4.0.1 SHSH made it to Saurik's server yet, when Cyida loaded, it said "This device has SHSHs on file for iPhone OS: 3.1.3, 4.0, 4.0.1" I tried to save my 4.0 SHSH but I was a little bit too late, so what's going on? Is my 4.0 SHSH actually saved? I saved it locally with TinyUmbrella and I checked the ECID for the 4.0 SHSH and it was my ECID. Is my 4.0 SHSH actually saved or is this just like a glitch?


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    I'm quite confused about this myself actually, I'm on 3.1.3, and Cydia saved my 4.0 without me actually going to 4.0? I would presume this is a glitch, but I'm not sure

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    The display on cydia is a little confused at the moment. Use umbrella to see which shsh's you actually have saved.

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    This happen to me to but its no a bad thing its very good

    Edit: i have open umbrella-4.00.80 to check what shshs i have save and only said that i have it save for 3.1.3 so very confused
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    I checked with tinyumbrella and it said I had 3.1.3, 4.0, and 4.0.1. So how could cydia have saved my 4.0 shsh when apple stopped signing 4.0?

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    Cydia automatically saves your SHSHs. TinyUmbrella is a back up. To my knowledge.

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    Correct; after you hit that make my life easier button Cyida automatically grabs your SHSHs along the way. So even if you did not update to the firmware you will have the SHSH for them eventually. His system grabbed them before they stopped signing them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerote View Post
    Correct; after you hit that make my life easier button Cyida automatically grabs your SHSHs along the way. So even if you did not update to the firmware you will have the SHSH for them eventually. His system grabbed them before they stopped signing them.
    Thank you for clearing that up. Just one more question, how come it just came up in cydia today?

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    Cydia's servers can't handle all the requests for peoples SHSHs to be saved so it takes a while.... To my knowledge.

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