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Mistakenly Update to iOS 6.1.3? Downgrade it to iOS 6.1.2 or 5.1.1 Right Now

April 5, 2013 Comments Off

All of us are familiar with that whenever any update is released it has more loaded with many new features and stuff, which is much and better than the last one. Many of the cases include that releases only do delete the errors from the last one.

Hopefully, many among you beware with the Apple’s tradition that it is famous for the quality stuff to the users. Eventually Apple wants to provide that type of objects which shows the maximum and best performance all around and as it is the wish of every common man. This is the basic thing which makes the difference between the Apple’s and other devices.

All of us have knowledge of this thing that the iOS 6 is the quickest among the last editions. From the start day, Apple was facing many issues and problems and they are trying to remove this by many updates, which are mostly the problem solving issues. The major issues faced by Apple include the iOS battery drains out too fast, wifi issues are in the highlights.

Apple actually tries hard to remove these issues by the release of updates following by one by one, and after the series of such launches they have released the iOS 6.1.2, which seems to solve the Battery issue, but the issue comes with new face as the Screen lock amenability happens from this. This issue needs to tackle on emergency basis and the Apple work on it and finally they have released iOS 6.1.3.

After this update, the lock issue seems to be covered. But the other problem comes that it will not jailbreak of the iOS 6.1.3. Now a day most of us uses this Phone to jailbreak 6.1.3.

The previous edition for the jailbreak for iOS 6.x was Evasion 1.5 which was released by the evad3rs team. But, sadly iOS 6.1.2 was the last iOS which was operational. It gives no response for the 6.1.3.

Downgrade iOS 6.1.3

Tutorial to Downgrade iOS 6.1.3 to iOS 6.1.2 or 5.1.1 on iPhone, iPad or iPod

Note: This tutorial will work only if you have managed to save the SHSH blobs file for especially iOS, which you want to descent.  

Promoted Devices:

  • iPhone 4 GSM
  • iPhone CDMA
  • iPhone 3GS
  • iPod 4th Gen

UnBacked Devices:

All devices which have fitted with A5 or A6 processor are not eligible for this process. For example:

  • iPhone 5
  • iPhone 4S
  • iPad Mini
  • iPad Retina
  • iPad 2

How to Check your SHSH Blobs File has been Saved for iOS 6.1.2 or iOS 5.1.1

It has been highlighted earlier that this tutorial is only operational when you have the SHSH files of your wished iOS, if you have saved these files earlier, but will failure errors otherwise. Follow the steps below mentioned;

Step 1: Download latest Redsn0w of your wished Operating system Windows or Mac.

  • Download Redsn0w 0.9.15b3 (OS X — use Ctrl-Click->Open if on Mountain Lion for now)
  • Download Redsn0w 0.9.15b3 (Windows — run in Administrator Mode)

Step 2: perform the extracting and launching phase of Redsn0w now hit on “Extra”.

Step 3: Now you can look for the SHSH Blobs files, Hit on the options, then on the Query. Here you will see the saved SHSH Blobs files.

Imporatnt Things to Download:

After downloading the above mentioned stuff open the tiny umbrella, connect your PC. TinyUmbrella will display your device then Hit on Save SHSH, after that Hit on “Start TSS Server button”.

Downgrade iOS 6.1.3 to iOS 6.1.2 with the help of Sn0wBreeze [1st Method]

Caution: During the Process of descanting my iPhone, my Phone Screen turns to Black and after 3, 4 attempts, I succeed to do this to iOS 6.1.2, but if you stuck on black screen then follow step 6 of the guide again and again. Even if you get fail then you need to follow method 2 to descent iOS 6.1.3 to iOS 5.1.1.

Step 1: Download SnowBreeze Hit with OK! After that click on the blue icon.

Step 2: Now dip into iOS 6.1.2 ipsw file, hit on the Blue Arrow Button.

Step 3: Choosing the “iFaith Mode”, then flip through SHSH Blobs which have been already saved by the TinyUmerlla, choose with the iOS 6.1.2 blobs.

Step 4: Now Sn0wBreeze will be built firmware which will be displayed on the Screen.

Step 5: Set the DFU mode of your iPhone, and Run the IRB and select the designated device from the list by hitting on it.

Step 6: Open the iTunes, hit the Shift key and click on the Restore Button. Now choose the IPSW firmware which you did in upper step.

Step 7: After the restore phase, you will see a black Screen. Open the Redsn0w, hit iOS 6.0 IPSW firmware, now at last hit on the Just Boot Tethered.

Step 8:  If all things went in the right path, your iPhone will be iOS 6.1.2 now untethered jailbreak with Evasion.

How to Downgrade iOS 6.1.3 to iOS 5.1.1 [2nd Method]

Redsn0w is the most reliable and energetic tool because of its functions “all in one”. It comes up with almost every necessary function for the jailbreak, resetting your A4 device. So, for the descent action most recommended iOS 6.1.3 to 5.1.1 redsn0w. Because of its error free to descent iOS 6.1.3 to 5.1.1.

Check out This Link: Downgrade iOS 6.x to iOS 5.1.1

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