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So I was wondering about something, and I decided to post to satiate my curiosity. Apple doesn't check the ECID against any sort of database when you request SHSH blobs to make sure it's actually for the device requested. So just for the heck of it I fetched a set of SHSH blobs for 5.1.1 for my iPhones ECID number, but for the iPad (since iPad 5.1.1 SHSH blobs are still signed).

I'm assuming that these are totally useless, since the device type not just the ECID is part of the signing process, correct?

asked 20 Oct '12, 17:23

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Your questions is kind of all over the place or not to the point of what you really need to ask.. Sorry, just letting you know, because that's why no one else reply to this post..

(20 Oct '12, 17:29) shimmer shimmer's gravatar image

If you mean can you use anyone shsh then no.


answered 20 Oct '12, 17:28

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iAdam1n ♦

Nope, not anyone else's SHSH, a SHSH I had signed for my ECID, but with a different device type.

(20 Oct '12, 17:31) nixcamic nixcamic's gravatar image

Has to be the devices SHSH

(20 Oct '12, 17:32) iAdam1n ♦ iAdam1n's gravatar image
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