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    Default ok im getting mad need help!
    i upgraded to the dumb 4.0.2 from 3.1.3 with spirit jb on 3GS i have the file when i go to tiny umbrella when i save the shsh it saves as a bak file or just a file with itunes logo not a firmware file.
    so i guess my question is how do i get my 3gs back to 3.1.3 with my cydia back up file.
    i think im saving it wrong please help i have been reading so much stuff my brain is shorting out

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    The file you're looking for should look like this (please note you must see it in the /.shsh directory)

    (ecid in decimal here)-iphone(or iphone4, ipt2g, 3g, ipad, etc.)-3.1.3.shsh

    If you see a file in your SHSH directory that matches that above description, you should be set. Just start up the TSS Server and restore away. If not, query Cydia for it. Anytime you see something ending in .shsh.bak(#) that just means you have multiple copies of the same file. Deleting everything after .shsh will make that file work just fine.

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    so i need to fix port 80 first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imported2nv View Post
    so i need to fix port 80 first.
    If you're getting port 80 errors, yep. Turn off any firewalls/anti-virus stuff and make sure nothing else is listening on port 80 (I've heard a common culprit is Skype).

    Alternatively, if you're sure Cydia has your blobs and Umbrella just won't work, you can try requesting straight from Cydia with a host file edit (74.208.10.249 gs.apple.com).

    EDIT: Screwed up Cydia's IP address. It's now correct.
    Last edited by Orby; 2010-09-04 at 09:44 AM.

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    Might want to check if you're running a proxy server as well. It usually uses port 80 too.

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