1. jayare300's Avatar
    i have obviously a 3gs on tmobile and i have it on fw4.3.5 and i wanted to get to the 5.0.1 and still keep my tmobile so what is the process to keep everything i assume i have to save my basband and i am not sure on how to do it i want to make sure i do this right thanks
    2012-03-18 04:43 AM
  2. i.Annie's Avatar
    You first need to check to see if you have SHSHs saved for 5.0.1, if no SHSHs are saved for 5.0.1 then you can't upgrade to it. Get TinyUmbrella from thefirmwareumbrella.blogspot.com, click Save SHSHs and see if they are there. Then we can discuss further what you need to do.
    2012-03-19 01:26 AM
  3. jayare300's Avatar
    i have not upgraded yet i have the baseband for the 4.3.5 now i just dont know how to get it all on my phone and have it not be tethered and unlockable
    2012-03-21 02:09 AM
  4. 2k1's Avatar
    Did you do what Annie said with tiny umberalla?
    2012-03-21 02:14 AM
  5. jayare300's Avatar
    where can i find the shsh's? to make new ios

    and i have 6.15.00 now and i think i have a different one in tiny umbrella
    2012-03-21 02:39 AM
  6. 2k1's Avatar
    Plug ya phone up click save on tiny umberalla an it will tell you what all ya got
    2012-03-21 03:14 AM
  7. i.Annie's Avatar
    +1, if you follow the link I gave you in my first post, you can do just that.
    2012-03-21 03:50 AM
  8. jayare300's Avatar
    +1, if you follow the link I gave you in my first post, you can do just that.
    heres what i got


    2012-03-21 04:10 AM
  9. Susty's Avatar
    So your on the iPad baseband...

    Save your shsh's locally & then stitch it to an Ipsw, once you've done that, DFU the phone & do a manual restore in iTunes.
    2012-03-21 04:17 AM
  10. jayare300's Avatar
    idk how to save shsh's
    2012-03-21 04:26 AM
  11. i.Annie's Avatar
    Apple, iPhone and iPad News | ModMyi - Using Redsn0w to Stitch your SHSH Blobs to Your Firmware

    I believe you can do this process with a custom ipsw as well, which I do believe you need anyhow with the iPad baseband. Somebody please correct me if I am wrong, I haven't gotten a grasp of this stitching business yet.

    idk how to save shsh's
    You already did with TinyUmbrella, it shows you have SHSHs saved already.

    You now need to move on to stitching the 5.0.1 SHSHs with redsn0w to a custom firmware that you have to create with Sn0wbreeze or Redsn0w. If you need help on this, I would suggest googling a guide on how to create a custom 5.0.1 ipsw with Redsn0w or Sn0wbreeze. Either one works fine, just choose one. You'll need to use Redsn0w anyhow for the stitching.
    2012-03-21 04:28 AM
  12. Susty's Avatar
    +1 Follow the info given above & you can't go wrong. Creating a custom firmware will never touch the baseband unless you ask it to (which some folk do when they want to install the iPad baseband).

    When you stitch shsh to a firmware, it'll create a custom firmware. Redsn0w will do it the same as sn0wbreeze or pwnagetool.
    Last edited by Susty; 2012-03-21 at 04:40 AM.
    2012-03-21 04:38 AM
  13. i.Annie's Avatar
    Great, so are you saying that you can just put in a stock ipsw and stitch SHSHs to it, that creates a custom firmware which has no baseband upgrade? I'm trying to understand this process, I just found out about it today.
    2012-03-21 04:42 AM
  14. jayare300's Avatar
    so open redsn0w and select the 5.0.1 (9a402) on custom ispw?
    2012-03-21 04:45 AM
  15. i.Annie's Avatar
    No, follow the guide I linked you to.
    2012-03-21 04:47 AM
  16. jayare300's Avatar
    but it says it does not work for iphones
    2012-03-21 04:48 AM
  17. Susty's Avatar
    Great, so are you saying that you can just put in a stock ipsw and stitch SHSHs to it, that creates a custom firmware which has no baseband upgrade? I'm trying to understand this process, I just found out about it today.
    Indeed indeed Custom firmwares won't update basebands, only a stock upgrade through iTunes will, the stitching part just means that all your doing is signing the firmware so it doesn't matter about what server your pointing at (be it cydia or apple) it's already signed & what it'll do is create a copy of the Ipsw (usually) onto the desktop.

    Basically the same kinda way 4.1 for a 3GS works.
    2012-03-21 04:50 AM
  18. jayare300's Avatar
    im on 4.3.5 is that going to be ok to do this going to 5.0.1
    2012-03-21 04:53 AM
  19. Susty's Avatar
    but it says it does not work for iphones
    That post was written last year... Redsn0w did their updates.
    2012-03-21 04:53 AM
  20. i.Annie's Avatar
    Indeed indeed Custom firmwares won't update basebands, only a stock upgrade through iTunes will, the stitching part just means that all your doing is signing the firmware so it doesn't matter about what server your pointing at (be it cydia or apple) it's already signed & what it'll do is create a copy of the Ipsw (usually) onto the desktop.

    Basically the same kinda way 4.1 for a 3GS works.
    So no additional steps to creating a custom firmware. Just restoring to a stitched ipsw will keep the baseband the same.

    Also what about what the OP was asking, I was under the impression this method works for iPhones as well even though the guide says iPod only.

    Edit: nvm you answered it lol.
    2012-03-21 04:54 AM
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