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Thread: SHSH 4.0.2 on file in Cydia

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    Default SHSH 4.0.2 on file in Cydia
    Anyone know why Cydia is saying I have 4.0.2 on file, in addition to 4.0 and 4.0.1? I'm on 4.0.1. Sorry if this is a silly question. I just JB my phone and am still working through the details.

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    Once you've taken action to save your SHSH on Cydia, it automatically saves SHSHs for available iOS versions as they become available. It's a good system, as you'll never have to worry going forward if you have SHSHs saved for your device.

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    if you just jailbroke then i dont know how you would have them for 4.0, or 4.0.1..... but it is saying that so that when a new firmware is released and you update to it by accident, then you can use something like tiyumbrella to downgrade back to a jailbreakable firmware..... but as of right now the 4.0.2 is not jailbreakable except on iphone 3g and non MC model ipod touches......

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    No, he's just wondering how 4.0.2 got there, as he had neither installed that iOS nor taken any action to save the 4.0.2 blob. I just explained that he didn't need to take any action after he pressed "make my life easier" once.

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    i also have 4.0.2 yet have not updated to it.
    im guessing that sauriks shsh blob thing can work out new blobs for different FW's whether you been on them or not.
    Being an i can be a lot of pressure. you have to live right up to the small point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seann33uk View Post
    i also have 4.0.2 yet have not updated to it.
    im guessing that sauriks shsh blob thing can work out new blobs for different FW's whether you been on them or not.
    You're guessing correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trooper Sam View Post
    Once you've taken action to save your SHSH on Cydia, it automatically saves SHSHs for available iOS versions as they become available. It's a good system, as you'll never have to worry going forward if you have SHSHs saved for your device.
    That makes sense. Thanks for the info. As you can probably tell this is my first JB.

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    That's weird. I am running on i4 4.0.1, but my SHSH in Cydia says 4.0.2 saved. LOL.
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    Not too weird, you dont have to be on a certain fw to get the SHSHs for it. Same as if you are on a certain fw you cant get the SHSHs for it even if youre on that fw if you didnt save them thru Cydia or TU when Apple is still signing.

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    You can be at 4.0.1 and do the jailbreaking eventhough apple has stopped signing the fw, but Cydia will not be able to capture your shsh blogs, cydia can only grab what apple is signing now. That is why you only have 4.0.2 shsh blogs

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    I saw somewhere that you can save blobs locally. Is that possible and how would you do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwohayes View Post
    I saw somewhere that you can save blobs locally. Is that possible and how would you do it?
    TinyUmbrella does that for you. TinyUmbrella can send a request to Apple's TSS server OR Cydia for blobs, and save them locally to a folder on your system.

    Even better, when you use TU to make a request to Cydia, if it's a firmware that's being signed that Cydia has not yet saved for you, or Cydia's never saved any for you previously, Cydia will pass the request to Apple's TSS server, save the result, and pass the blobs on to you to save locally on your system. It's a good way to not have to worry about the "TSS request pending" message.

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    Learn something new every day. Thanks very much

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