iOS 10.3 to 9.x Downgrade With iDeviceReRestore (32-Bit, SHSH)

In today's video we're discussing about some great news for those of you who saved your SHSH blobs for iOS 9.x on 32-Bit devices. You've probably heard a lot about this "ReRestore" bug that is able to restore an unsigned version of iOS 9.x as long as you have the blob. Now you can try to restore your own device, as the tool has been released and updated.

iDeviceReRestore tool is a fork, a modified version of libimobiledevice's iDeviceRestore component and it is available only for macOS and Linux as for now. In order to take advantage of the re-restore bug, your device must be a 32-Bit device (iPhone 5, 5C, iPhone 4S, some iPads). You must already have the blobs saved. You can't save iOS 9.x SHSH blobs now. You don't need to be jailbroken on the version from where you downgrade and it can be any version. The Re-Restore Bug was tested on iOS 10, iOS 6 and iOS 8 and it successfully restored, but you can only go back to iOS 9.x (any iOS 9 version).

==Resources==
iDeviceReRestore: //goo.gl/u7GnrN
About this downgrade method: //youtu.be/lY-MiwBbvMk
iDownloadBlog Article: //goo.gl/aXNEIc
iOS 9.3.5 to 9.0 Downgrade Achieved (WATCH FIRST): //www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqstahxZm7g
Save Blobs / Use Prometheus to downgrade on 32-Bit:
//www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhWHZGkfbQc
iOS Downgrade Tutorials Playlist: //goo.gl/bzewAo

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