Saturday, May 1, 2010

How to Backup Your SHSH Blobs Using Firmware Umbrella [Windows]

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These are instructions on how to backup your SHSH blobs using Firmware Umbrella for Windows.

Step One
Download the latest version of Firmware Umbrella from here to your Desktop.



Step Two
Right click the download zip file and select Extract All to extract the archive to your desktop.




Step Three
Right click Notepad from within Start:Programs:Accessories.




Choose Run as administrator from the contextual popup menu.




A popup will appear asking if you would like to give Notepad system access. Click the Yes button.

Step Four
Open the C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts file.



Step Five
If there is a line which contains gs.apple.com, remove it or comment it out then save the file and exit.

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Step Six
Open the extracted folder on your desktop and double click the Umbrella.exe file to run it.



You need to have Java installed from here in order to run Firmware Umbrella.



Step Seven
Input your ECID, select your Device Version, and choose a SHSH Repository. If you do not know your ECID you can follow one of these tutorials:
- iPhone: Mac, Windows
- iPad: Mac, Windows

Select Apple from the SHSH Repository dropdown if you just want to query Apple for your SHSH and save it locally. Select Saurik - Cydia from the SHSH Repository dropdown if you want to check Cydia for your SHSH and if Cydia doesn't have it, it will be stored there.

Click the Submit button to continue.



Step Eight
Once The Firmware Umbrella has completed you will see a status message indicating the SHSH was saved.



Notice a .shsh file will be created in the folder on your desktop. Make sure to save this for future use.



**Thanks to semaphore for his work on this tool!
*thanks iclarified*

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How to Find Your iPad ECID [Windows]

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These are instructions on how to get your iPad ECID using Windows.


Step One
Put your iPhone into recovery mode. If you do not know how to do this then you can follow this tutorial.

Step Two
Launch the USBView application. If you do not already have this application you can download it here. It is a small free utility provided by Microsoft.






Step Three
Click to select Config Discriptors from the Options menu.




Step Four
Click to select Refresh from the File Menu.



Step Five
Select the Apple Recovery (iBoot) device from the USB Device Tree in the left panel then Copy (highlight and press Control+c) your ECID from the Descriptor fields on the right.





*thanks iclarified*

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How to Find Your iPhone ECID [Windows]

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Instructions on how to get your iPhone ECID using Windows.


Step One
Put your iPhone into recovery mode. If you do not know how to do this then you can follow this tutorial.

Step Two
Launch the USBView application. If you do not already have this application you can download it here. It is a small free utility provided by Microsoft.






Step Three
Click to select Config Discriptors from the Options menu.



Step Four
Click to select Refresh from the File Menu.



Step Five
Select the Apple Recovery (iBoot) device from the USB Device Tree in the left panel then Copy (highlight and press Control+c) your ECID from the Descriptor fields on the right.



*thanks iclarified*

Please visit www.iPodSets.com
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How to Find Your iPad ECID [Mac]

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These are instructions on how to find the ECID of your iPhone using a Mac.

Step One
Put your iPhone into recovery mode. If you do not know how to do this then you can follow this tutorial.

Step Two
Click to select About This Mac from the Apple menu at the top left of your screen.



Step Three
Click the More Info... button from the window that appears.




Step Four
System Profiler will open. Select USB from the Hardware menu at the left.



Select Apple Mobile Device (Recovery Mode from the USB Device tree in the top right panel.



Step Five
Copy (highlight and press Command+c) your ECID from the Serial Number field.




*thanks iclarified*

Please visit www.iPodSets.com
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How to Put an iPhone , iPad , and iPod touch Into Recovery Mode

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To put the iPhone into recovery mode so you can do an iTunes firmware restore follow these steps:

Step One
Open iTunes and connect the iPhone to your Mac.



Step Two
Press and hold the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button at the same time.



Step Three
As soon as the screen goes black release the Sleep/Wake button. Continue holding the home button until you iTunes pops up a message telling you that it has detected an iPhone in recovery mode.



The iPhone will look like this:




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How to Find Your iPhone ECID [Mac]

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These are instructions on how to find the ECID of your iPhone using a Mac.


Step One
Put your iPhone into recovery mode. If you do not know how to do this then you can follow this tutorial.

Step Two
Click to select About This Mac from the Apple menu at the top left of your screen.



Step Three
Click the More Info... button from the window that appears.




Step Four
System Profiler will open. Select USB from the Hardware menu at the left.



Select Apple Mobile Device (Recovery Mode from the USB Device tree in the top right panel.




Step Five
Copy (highlight and press Command+c) your ECID from the Serial Number field.



thanks iclarified