Apple blocks all new SHSH blobs from being stored on Saurik’s server.

Scott Herder 2011/04/19 0
In an attempt to block jailbreakers from downgrading their iOS Apple has blocked Amazon’s severs. The same servers that Saurik uses to save your SHSH blobs.

Apple is making a hasty generalization fallacy, as their are many people who don’t jailbreak their devices but also may want to downgrade because of performance issues.

Apple’s block on the server has caused a bit of a stir among twitter, creating a double rainbow effect of people asking, “What does this mean?”

“What this means is that Cydia won’t be able to cache FUTURE SHSH blobs, this is also why TinyUmbrellas is failing for 4.3.2″ iH8sn0w via Twitter

However @chpwn went on a few minutes later to state,

“Note that the block only applies to the ” automatically get new SHSH” feature: according to Saurik, TinyUmbrella /should/ save to Cydia fine,” via twitter.

So we decided to test out TinyUmbrella and found that it would indeed save iOS 4.3.2. Just check out the photo below.

So although Cydia’s servers have been blocked and cannot automatically save your 4.3.2 SHSH blob, you still have the option of using TinyUmbrella.

For a video on how to use TinyUmbrella watch the video below.

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