Following the release of iOS 6 and the new iPhone 5, many of you have updated your iDevice, perhaps by mistake, and you want to find a jailbreak untethered.
Worry all is not lost from the moment you save your SHSH with either Tiny Umbrella, iFaith or even Cydia that does this automatically.
So I’ll explain how to perform the downgrade iOS 6, but first of all I suggest you read the article: Update on Jailbreak and downgrade iOS 6. So you understand that this tutorial is only compatible with the following iDevices:
- iPhone 3GS
- iPhone 4
- iPad 2
- iPod Touch 4
Note that for the iPad 3, iPhone 4S and iPad 2 iOS 5.1.x, you can “re-restore” (note: the term used by the Dev-Team) on the same iOS 5.1.x if you have the SHSH corresponding iOS once spent six damn it
Save your SHSH with Tiny Umbrella.
Download Sn0wbreeze 2.9.6 from here.
Once downloaded, do a right-click on the software Sn0wbreeze and select Properties / Compatibility and select “Windows XP compatibility” and “Run as administrator” then click “Apply”
Click the blue arrow button and select the iOS 5.x and iOS 4.x (download before!) For which you have saved SHSH signatures for your iPhone
Select iFaith fashion
Browse your computer for the SHSH that is in the folder: c / Users / “your name Ordi” /. SHSH
Once your options (see this tutorial for more details) you must select Build IPSW and select the blue arrow, Sn0wbreeze creates your custom firmware on your desktop
To inject custom created, you need to PWNED DFU your iDevice with the program iREB 5 download by clicking here.
Select your iDevice
Follow the instructions to enter DFU your device
Once your custom on your desktop and your iDevice in DFU PWNED (black screen on the iPhone), start iTunes updated to 10.7, it has no influence on downgrade
Connect your iPhone – iPad – iPod Touch iTunes to recognize your iDevice in recovery mode, hold down the SHIFT key (ALT on Mac) and click Restore
In the window that opens, select the custom firmware created on your desktop
Accept the restaurant and go
I personally tested these manipulations on an iPhone 3GS, everything goes smoothly, if you get an error you can refer to this subject grouping iTunes Errors and solutions. Otherwise your question in the comments.[manual_related_posts]