I am waiting for an untethered jailbreak at this moment. Here’s that option to downgrade back to iOS 4.3.3 once again.
Make your mind to assume you saved your SHSH Blobs for the last firmware susceptible to an untethered jailbreak, you would follow this very video tutorial and downgrade to iOS 4.3.3 in about 10-15 minutes. Showing you how, step-by-step.
How To Downgrade iOS 5.0.1 to iOS 4.3.3
Note: Be sure you already having SHSH blobs saved for iOS 4.3.3. This useses the latest version of Redsn0w 0.9.9b8, iTunes and TinyUmbrella. You can get the iOS 4.3.3 or very older version firmware by downloading.
Step 1: First put your device into DFU mode.
Step 2: Verify that your Hosts file is devoid of any Apple references:
* Windows users: Windows > System 32 > drivers > etc
* Mac Users : etc
Open hosts file with the text editor then add the following code to the end of the file :
Step 3: Open RedSn0w > Go to Extras > Click PwnedDFU. Your screen should remain black on your iDevice.
Step 4: Open TinyUmbrella, click Start TSS Server
Step 5: Open iTunes hold Option+Restore (Shift+Restore in Windows) and select the iOS 4.3.3 Firmware.
Step 6: Receiving an error (1), just close the iTunes out.
Step 7: In TinyUmbrella click Advanced and uncheck “Set Hosts to Cydia on Exit…” Close TinyUmbrella.
Step 8 : Open RedSn0w > Go to Extras > Click Recovery fix. You’ll see the device screen should look as if it is jailbroken. It should now go blank to a solid black screen.
Step 9: Open RedSn0w > Go to Extras > Click Just boot. Your device will now boot and you should see the Pwnapple logo. Your device should now be successfully back on iOS 4.3.3
Step 10: Now open iTunes to activate your device.
Congratulations, you have successfully downgrade iOS 5.0.1 to the older version of iOS 4.3.3 to make an untethered jailbreak right now. Or you can follow the video tutorial from here:
If you don’t have SHSH saved for your versions then there is no use of reading this article as the downgrade is only possible if you have SHSH saved for the particular version. The saved SHSH versions can be checked out by opening Cydia and checking on top.