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Can’t Jailbreak iPhone 4 with After Updating to iOS 4.3.5

I never thought that restoring iPhone to the latest firmware will remove the jailbreak of my iPhone 4 as well as other apps which I have downloaded from Cydia and App Store till I accidentally ran an update yesterday. Anyway, what really my concern is the ability to jailbreak my iPhone using JailbreakMe. My iPhone 4 is already on iOS 4.3.5, how can I jailbreak it with JailbreakMe 3.0?

Asked by: Jayvee from Warren, Michigan

Hello Jayvee, the only option available for you at the moment in order to jailbreak your iPhone using JailbreakMe 3.0 is by downgrading your iPhone 4 from iOS 4.3.5 back to iOS 4.3.3 firmware using the saved iOS 4.3.3 SHSH blobs that was created using TinyUmbrella, Cydia, or iFaith. If you have saved SHSH blobs, then you can refer on our step by step guide on how to downgrade iPhone firmware using TinyUmbrella which was posted here.

If you don’t have saved SHSH blobs, since your device was jailbroken previously, then you can check Cydia’s server if the software automatically saved the SHSH blobs of your device. To do that, all you need to do is launch TinyUmbrella, then connect your iPhone 4 via USB cable, and then select your device form the list of iOS devices. Then under the under Advanced option, click on the Save SHSH and then hit the Request SHSH from Cydia. Just carefully watch via the log tab to see what you get. The rest of the tutorial n how to downgrade can be found here. Once you have completely downgraded your iPhone back to iOS 4.3.3, you can now jailbreak it with JailbreakMe 3.0.

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