How to save shsh2 blobs Guide
Anyone who has been jailbreaking for a few years can remember the good old days when to downgrade all you needed was the blobs. Well turns out Apple found a way to stop that by signing firmware and requiring the device to connect remotely to check to see if you had the most recent firmware. It sounds like there may be hope for this type of downgrading again really soon. His new tool will allow users to downgrade or upgrade to unsigned firmware anytime you wish.
TinyUmbrella and savethemblobs will not be sufficient to saving the info needed. You should download the tool called tsschecker to have what you need. You can download tsschecker from developers tihmstar GitHub page.
Developer, tihmstar has announced he will be releasing a new tool called Prometheus that can save .shsh2 blobs without the need to check it remotely. Sounds great /I just hope it comes to happen.
He is suggesting everyone save there blobs so you can have them. If everything goes according to his plan he will release this tool called Prometheus around New Years 2017. So just to be safe we are suggesting you save your .shsh2 blobs. It’s very easy to do just follow this simple guide below.
How to save shsh2 blobs using tsschecker
- Download tsschecker from tihmstar GitHub Page
- Unzip the folder called ‘TSS’
- Create a new folder on your desktop and name it “TSS”
- Copy or move the file tsschecker_macos into the new folder “TSS”
- Open textedit on your Mac and connect your iOS device
- Open Itunes (make sure device is connected) click the small iPhone icon in top left corner to open the iOS devices info page.
- Here you can keep clicking the model number and phone number to scroll through until you find “ECID” and “Model”.
- Copy these into textedit to use later
- Paste the following lines into your TextEdit document:
/Users/USERNAME/Desktop/TSS/tsschecker_macos -d MODEL -e ECID -i 10.2 -s
/Users/USERNAME/Desktop/TSS/tsschecker_macos -d MODEL -e ECID -i 10.1.1 –buildid 14B150 -s
/Users/USERNAME/Desktop/TSS/tsschecker_macos -d MODEL -e ECID -i 10.1.1 –buildid 14B100 -s
/Users/USERNAME/Desktop/TSS/tsschecker_macos -d MODEL -e ECID -i 10.1 -s
10. Replace the words in capital letters with your info. Replace “USERNAME” with your computer’s username.
How to Find System Username on Mac
If you are unsure of the user name open System Preferences (on mac) > “Users & Group” > Click lock (enter password) > under current user right click > advanced options > see you can find username in “Home directory” /Users/ USERNAME
How To Save shsh2 blobs Guide
11. Replace “Model” with Model copied in TextEdit
12. Replace “ECID” with ECID copied earlier
13. Now copy all the code into Terminal. The simplest way to find Terminal is “Spotlight search”
14. Once Terminal Loads you will see a couple lines of code with your username$ Now you can copy and paste the code into Terminal which you replaced the info
15. After you copy code into Terminal Hit Enter
16. Now the screen will scroll with code. When it stops you can find your saved blobs save on your mac. Double check by looking at the root folder where the users are listed. Check out the example below.
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