Monday, September 19, 2011

Redsn0w 0.9.9b1 iOS jailbreak with more options

The iPhone Dev Team has the beta redsn0w an update with a host of new features and enhancements. The jailbreak tool is designed to betas of iOS 5 tethered to jailbreak the iPhone 3G the new bootrom , iPhone 4, third and fourth-generation iPod touch and original iPad . On the iPhone 3G the old bootrom the jailbreak untethered .

Improvements that are part of Redsn0w 0.9.9b1

Striking when the new version of the beta redsn0w start that immediately distinguish between Jailbreak and Extras . Previously you had to first select a firmware file before you could make use of the functionality, but that is the latest version no longer needed for public firmware versions. Redsn0w use the DFU mode, to automatically find out which firmware version your iPhone and use.Although the jailbreak tool is primarily intended for the iOS 5 beta, 0.9.9b1 redsn0w can also be used to earlier firmware versions or not tethered to jailbreak. It is also possible to jailbreak earlier firmware versions with redsn0w 0.9.6rc19 , a version which, unlike redsn0w 0.9.9 beta, but a release candidate is.
For non-public firmware versions you have to select the firmware file once, then the auto parts needed for future use will be stored. Ability Just boat can be used tethered to a jailbroken phone to reboot, which you prefer in terms of kernel boot logo and arguments are used. ThroughRecovery fix the past you would be able to get error 1015 that occurs when restoring the baseband does not work. This option would also be on the beta 5 of IOS to work.

The addition of options SHSHs

Besides this improvement redsn0w adds functionality for which you used to separate the tiny umbrella jailbreak tool needed. More specifically, it SHSHs additional options, the unique signature that Apple requires for a particular device with a certain firmware version to restore. In redsn0w 0.9.9b1 now find options Fetch, Verifiy, Submit, Query and Stitch by ShSh blobs (also called data or ShSh SHSHs). To properly understand the new options is a distinction between full and partial SHSHs. Full SHSHs can be combined with an original firmware ipsw file to a (custom firmware) to create, which you can restore through iTunes without tricks. SHSHs also partial to an original firmware file to combine to create a custom firmware, but in that case you will first need (via redsn0w) in pwned DFU mode to put before you use iTunes to restore. In both cases, the use of tiny umbrella Cydia or no longer needed during the process with an older firmware version to restore.

The option Fetch is possible to partial SHSHs the current firmware version on your device to save to your computer as a plist file. This process would be completed within 10 to 15 seconds should be. Then checked Cydia full SHSHs for your device and its firmware version, if not the partial SHSHs sent to Cydia. With Verifiy is possible to one or more of existing SHSHs redsn0w, tiny umbrella or Cydia to verify. With Submit SHSHs can both verify and verified SHSHs Cydia to send so all SHSHs you previously saved locally with tiny umbrella to include you in Cydia. UsingQuery , you can see which full or partial SHSHs Cydia has one or more devices (based on ECID). With the option Stitch you can have full or partial SHSHs or custom firmware with an original combination.
The stitching of SHSHs with a firmware file is not supported on iPhones, because the baseband portion of the recovery process that complicates the time being. If you want to use all or part SHSHs together (stitching) with an existing custom firmware, it is required that you first need through redsn0w pwned in DFU mode before you set restore using iTunes. In that case, the use of tiny umbrella or Cydia during this process no longer necessary. Ultimately, the opportunity still to be added to redsn0w SHSHs directly from Cydia to download rather than as a file on your computer store.
redsn0w 0.9.9b1 can be downloaded from the iPhone Dev Team blog (Mac & Windows).


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