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    Default first time using Tinyumbrella 4.0.1

    version: Tinyumbrella 4.0.1

    I have iphone 3gs ios 4.0.1 and I am not sure if i am doing right or wrong. I did save my .shsh file and that is 60kb in size. The size looks too small? Here is my logs:

    08/01/2010 01:18:32.923 Processing SHSH Request... 08/01/2010 01:18:32.939 Asking CYDIA for SHSH blobs for iPhone3GS 4.0.1 (8A306)... 08/01/2010 01:18:36.043 SHSH SUCCESSFULLY saved! [Click Here to Open] 08/01/2010 01:18:36.059 You have saved your SHSH locally and the request was sent to CYDIA. This means that CYDIA DOES have your SHSH. Do NOT bug semaphore about the Cydia home page showing this version. 08/01/2010 01:18:36.075 Caching shsh files... 08/01/2010 01:18:36.090 Found [1] shsh files to cache... 08/01/2010 01:18:36.121 Cached [1] shsh files

    I am getting this error "itable - Cannot listen on port 80! TSS Server will not work!" what is it?

    Start TSS server is not running. well the size if .shsh is 60kb i am thinking its too small?


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    Same thing here... am i suppose to see a file with the saved SHSH or not? coz i dont

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    Quote Originally Posted by resp3ct View Post
    Same thing here... am i suppose to see a file with the saved SHSH or not? coz i dont
    Speaking from a Mac perspective.... The file is in a hidden folder. You can see it if select "Display SHSH" and then double click on the appropriate file. It will be a blue line containing your phone description and ending with a bunch of numbers.

    (Obviously you have to launch Umbrella.....)

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    You're fine. Around 60k is all the blob is supposed to be. The error would seem to indicate that you can't run the TSS server in TinyUmbrella, but that's okay. If you can't solve that issue, you can always point your hosts to Cydia.

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