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is there a way to downgrade from ios 7 to ios 6 (6.1.2) with invalid SHSH blobs & Aptickets cuze i'm trying to downgrade to ios 6 but i end up with error using ifaith to fetch "build" the IPSW of ios 6 with saved SHSH blobs of the "6.0.1 or 6.1.2" its says "invalid SHSH blobs & APTicket" after verifying them, and the valid ones are of the ios "5.0; 5.1; 5.1.1" so i downgrade it to ios 5.1.1 and i've jailbreak it and installed "Cydia" and when i opened it its shows me in a green text "see TSS center (below) to request IOS SHSH." but all it shows its just "where is my IOS 6.0 - 6.1.2?" after clicking on it it shows me a long article, so any ideas how to do it downgrade to ios 6 with invalid SHSH blobs?

iphone 4 GSM current ios 5.1.1 downgraded from ios 7


asked 17 Dec '13, 12:45

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edited 17 Dec '13, 12:48

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If you read the long article you will see why you have no 6.x.x shsh.

No, you cannot downgrade with invalid shsh. No way. Not possible. The end.

Your choices are 5.1.1 or 7.0.4


answered 17 Dec '13, 12:48

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