Use TSSChecker to Save iOS 10 Beta SHSH Blobs

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Developer-Tihmstar has released TSSChecker tool that allows users to save SHSH blobs of iOS 10 beta version for the iPhone/iPad.

 If you have a jailbroken iOS device, having your SHSH blobs saved will give you the ability to downgrade back to the previous firmware in case you accidentally upgrade to a newer iOS version which is not jailbroken yet.

Most of us are waiting for the new jailbreak tool. However, it will be a long time to release the tool. According to the creator of TSSChecker, saving your iOS 10 beta blobs could be important in future.

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How to Save iOS Firmware Beta Blobs

Before we begin, there are some materials you have to download

TSS Checker (Mac OS X | Linux). Unfortunately, Windows is not supported yet.

Link download iOS 10 Beta 1 :

iPhone

iPhone 4.0 32bit – iPhone 5 / iPhone 5C
iPhone 4.0 64bit – iPhone 5S
iPhone 4.7 – iPhone 6S / iPhone 6
iPhone 5.5 – iPhone 6S Plus / iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone SE

iPad
iPad 32bit – iPad 4th Generation
iPad 64bit – iPad Air / iPad mini 2
iPad 64bit TouchID – iPad mini 4 / iPad Air 2 / iPad mini 3
iPad Pro 9.7
iPad Pro 12,9

iPod
iPod touch 6 – Model A1625

After that, see the instructions below.

Step 1: When your iOS 10 IPSW completes downloading, change its extension to .ZIP file and unzip it.

Step 2: Look for a file called BuildManifest.plist

Step 3: Create a folder name TSS and drop both TSS Checker and the BuildManifest files in there

Step 4: Open Terminal and type in: cd (grab and drop your folder in step 3) then press return

Step 5: Copy and paste this: ./tsschecker -d device model -s -e device ECID# -m BuildManifest.plist

Step 6:  Press return again

Quick Note:

Device model should look like example

‘##iPhone7,2 no space between the device or model number’

Once you have done all of that, your SHSH blobs should be saved. If you get any troubles, please leave your comments below.

1 Comment
  1. 2Klasic

    July 9, 2016 at 2:56 am

    great job posting my guide. either give me credit for writing the tutorial or take it down.

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