What if Apple has released iOS 5.1.1 to the public in the last couple of days, While the legendary dev teams are working hard updating their honored jailbreak tools to recognize the latest iteration of the fruit’s Cupertino’s mobile OS. Going to the past, iH8sn0w a well known iOS developer who is responsible for the production of Sn0wbreeze, iFaith, iReb and f0recast was hard at his work trying to resolve an downgrading issue that has been faced by the owners of the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 (A5 processor devices).
When an owner of the 4S or the 2nd-generation iPad tablet updates its devices to the latest version of iOS its really a big issue for users. The problems arise when iDevice owners wish to perform a jailbreak update their software, and leaving them to wait until Dev-Teams produce a working, distributable jailbreak for the new iOS version. While older devices, users will benefit from a firmware downgrade to versions of iOS that Apple no longer sign’s as long as they have a relevant Saved SHSH blobs for the firmware. Today we’re going to talk about the achievement made by the iPhone Dev Team with the possibility of downgrading the iPhone 4S and iPad 2, 3rd-generation iPad owners using the upcoming Redsnow update.
According to the latest tweet from the MuscleNerd via Twitter account, said that the latest version of Redsn0w will include downgrade capabilities for very newest additions to the iDevice roster. This will be a big achievement made by the Dev-Team to provide us with the solution.Having downgrade enabled on A4 devices, the Redsn0w ool is now being brought up faster to allow those dentings to an iPad 2/3 or iPhone 4S to downgrade their software back to an older version. Providing for those already Saved SHSH blobs and APTicket and stored in a safe place.
There are so many reasons to downgraded iOS-powered devices to the earlier versions, however the new iPad didn’t yet got the latest exploit and those running an iPad 2 or iPhone 4S can still enjoy the Absinthe’s untethered jailbreak by reverting to iOS 5.0.1 or earlier. Apple may fix all these jailbreakings (tethered or untethered) in its latest iteration of newer and called the nest iPhone along with the iOS 6 firmware upgrade. may be the hackers are searching for any significant discoveries in favor of increasing the chances of a swift and successful jailbreak of the future firmware.
The upcoming Redsnow update can get support downgrading of iPhone 4S, iPad 2, new iPad 3 and can also be restored without needing iTunes installed. This is a big question from many iPad and iPhone users running the latest iOS 5.1.1 or 5.1 or 5.0.1.
The new version of Redsn0w is yet to be released soon as the latest update for the jailbreaking tool to drop in very soon. We will let you know about the launch and update some useful information with complete instructions after release, so stay tuned to Grabi for the latest jailbreak updates as well as downgrade too.