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Thread: iPhone 4 update from 5.1.1 to 6.x.x?

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    Default iPhone 4 update from 5.1.1 to 6.x.x?
    Hello!

    I have an iPhone 4 which I purchased 2nd hand on the latest firmware (6.1.3), since then I downgraded it via iFaith to 5.1.1 so I could get an untethered jailbreak.

    Now, after a few weeks, I've started to regret it, I miss some of the features of IOS 6 (Mostly some subtle UI tweaks which I can't match with theme tweaks on Cydia).


    So I was wondering if it's possible for me to upgrade my device to an IOS between 6 and 6.1.2 so I can get an untethered jailbreak?

    Few things you may need to know in order to help me out (it's appreciated by the way!);

    iPhone 4 (GSM)
    Factory Unlocked
    Jailbroke via Redsn0w and iFaith (custom ipsw)
    My available blobs are; 5.1.1, 5.1.1r1 and 6.1.3.
    I'm running a Windows 7 64bit PC
    Model of device is MC603B
    Baseband is 04.12.05
    And it's currently running 5.1.1


    I'd really appreciate the help, I'm willing to try pretty much anything.



    Thanks,


    Curtis

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    Without the shsh blobs for 6.1.2 it can't be done. You would have to stay were you at at or go to 6.1.3 and that will be a tethered jailbreak.

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    I was afraid so. I guess a 5.1.1 jailbreak is better than nothing! Just wondering; if I wanted to restore my device back to 6.1.3 and remove the jailbreak would I do this via creating another custom IPSW with iFaith using my 6.1.3 blobs and the original 6.1.3 ipsw and then just do a shift+restore in PwnedDFU?


    Thanks for the reply

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    Yes that should work for ya.

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