Remember, a team of hackers was developing a downgrade tool for iOS 9-10.3. This downgrade tool has just been released and is called iDeviceReRestore. The download links are given below.
- Update (April 20) – A customized Windows version has been released. Download link is given below.
- Update (April 4) – The latest version 1.0.1 has been released for macOS.
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Download iDeviceReRestore for Windows/macOS/Linux
- Download iDeviceReRestore (Windows)
- Download iDeviceReRestore (macOS)
- Download iDeviceReRestore (Linux)
To use this tool, follow the tutorial given below –
How iDeviceReRestore Downgrade Tool Works
iDeviceReRestore is a downgrade utility based on iDeviceRestore downgrade utility. It utilizes the Re-Restore bug found in iOS operating system.
The Re-Restore bug lets you go back to unsigned iOS 9.x firmware provided you have saved SHSH blobs for it.
Here’s a tweet by alitek123 that confirms this.
Downgrade to 9.x straight from DFU with valid SHSH! https://t.co/AAJNHLGsGk
— alitek12 (@alitek123) April 2, 2017
The most important feature of this tool is that you can downgrade to jailbreak-able iOS 9 firmware. The best part is – you DO NOT need a jailbreak to use this tool.
Why is iDeviceReRestore Important?
Simply put, if you have a 32-bit iOS device on iOS 10 and have saved your iOS 9 Blobs, you can downgrade iOS 10 to iOS 9. However, if you haven’t saved your SHSH blobs, this tool will not work for you.
This tool is absolutely indispensable for those stuck on iOS 10 firmware. iOS 10 does not have a jailbreak for 32-bit devices as of yet.
Chances are slim to none that it will ever get one. So this is your best chance to jailbreak your device.
Here’s how it works –
- Downgrade iOS 10.x to iOS 9 or upgrade to iOS 9 from older firmware.
- Use Home Depot to jailbreak iOS 9.1-9.3.4 firmware.
- Enjoy your jailbroken device.
Here’s a video demonstration of this downgrade tool. In this video, hacker DjSn0wfall downgrades iOS 10.3 to iOS 9.
Remember, this tool requires Erase or Update OTA SHSH blobs for iOS 9.x. Currently, the support for Update Blobs is in beta stage.
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