In today's video we have an important update for the F.C.E. 365 Firmware Manager X, in this update we're now able to decrypt / decompress iOS 10 components like Ramdisk (to extract ASR), KernelCache and so on. This is the first update to fully support iOS 10 files, but keep in mind that due to xerub's IMG4 tool, limitation to x64 iOS 10 only, you can't use it on x32 like iPhone 5 and 5C.
This update was also upgraded to the latest libimobiledevice build so that you can restore iOS 10.0.2, iOS 10.0.1 and iOS 10.1 with the built-in tool.
This tool provides easy access to various instruments you can use to build CFW for iOS 7.x to 9.x if you have the appropriate keys, and iOS 10 (that is no longer encrypted with keys).
The application comes as a faster access route for the old CLI applications like xpwntool and libimobiledevice project. The application's main purpose is to bring access on CLI applications for firmware DMG Encryption / Decryption, ASR patching and restoring for persons that doesn't understand CLI applications.
This application is currently running on Windows only and requires .NET Framework installed on your computer to be able to run. Unlike other Firmware restore / Modify tools, F.C.E. 365 Firmware Manager does not need iTunes to be installed.
Basically, the app uses xpwntool and especially dmg.exe to Decrypt the ROOT FS DMG file inside the .IPSW Firmware using appropriate Firmware Keys, then using the same keys it encrypts back your modified ROOT File System DMG. The same thing applies to ramdisk DMGs inside the IPSW Firmware. The application uses hfsplus to decrypt the ramdisk and allows you to create the patches for ASR, iBSS, iBEC and so on.
F.C.E. 365 Firmware Manager makes use of libimobiledevice, especially of idevicerestore CLI to restore an iPSW for your iDevice. The device selection is made by UDID and the restore options are: Erase Restore, Update Restore, Custom Restore, and Restore Latest Available. Due to libimobiledevice integration, this app does not require iTunes to restore the iPSW. SHSH Blobs are also fetched automatically by idevicerestore.
This app includes a tool for getting the phone out of Recovery Mode with one click. You can also put the iDevice into Recovery Mode with one single button! It also makes use of ideviceinfo to query all information about your device whenever you need it.
Using libimobiledevice, this application is able to query all information about the connected device, such as UDID, IMEI, WLAN Address, IDs, Settings, Activation status, Serials, Sim Status, Baseband, Versions of iBOOT, Baseband, iOS etc.
Firmware Manager: //www.theiphonewiki.com/wiki/F.C.E._365_Firmware_Manager
iOS 10.1 Beta 2 Features: //youtu.be/g1JXbwOEz70