How To Restore iPhone, iPod To The Same Firmware

How To Restore iPhone, iPod To The Same Firmware – For one reason or the other, you might need to re-install the same firmware you have running on your device. It might be the latest firmware (which is easier) or a non-latest firmware (which is less easier). These two process is described below and tagged as Process 1 & Process 2. This tutorial, tries to guide you in achieving your task by following the steps below.

How To Restore iPhone, iPod To The Same Firmware

Process One: Restoring to a Latest Firmware (6.1.3) Requirements

  • Your current Firmware
  • Download iTunes 11 from here
  • Download Sn0wbreeze 2.9.14 from here

Supported Devices

  • iPhone 3GS, 4
  • iPod Touch 4G

How To Restore iPhone, iPod To The Same Firmware

Step 1: Download your iOS 6.1.3 firmware

Step 2: Download iTunes 11

Step 3: Download Sn0wbreeze and extract it to your desktop

Step 4: Launch Sn0wbreeze and click “Ok“, then click on the Blue Right arrow,

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Step 5: Click on “Browse for an IPSW” Select your iOS 6.1.3 IPSW.

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How To Restore iPhone, iPod To The Same Firmware

Step 6: After choosing your current firmawre for your device click on the right blue arrow.

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Step 7: Click Simple Mode

How To Restore iPhone, iPod To The Same Firmware

Step 8: Click Yes to activate your device and let Sn0wbreeze build your IPSW

How To Restore iPhone, iPod To The Same Firmware

Step 9: Once Sn0wbreeze finishes, your new IPSW would be saved to desktop

How To Restore iPhone, iPod To The Same Firmware

How To Restore iPhone, iPod To The Same Firmware

Step 10: Put your device in DFU following instructions from Sn0wbreeze and launch iTunes

How To Restore iPhone, iPod To The Same Firmware

Step 11: At device summary page of iTunes, hold Shift and click Restore, select your IPSW which saved on Step 9 (s0wbreeze version)

Step 12: iTunes, will begin restoring your device. After 15 mins, your device will be on 6.1.3.

Process two: non latest firmware Requirements IPSW you intend to re-install tagged as iOS X

  • Download Sn0wbreeze 2.9.14 from here

Locally saved SHSH blobs for your iOS X

  • Download iFaith from here

NoteFor who don’t know how to Save SHSH blobs check here

Supported Devices

  • iPhone 3GS, 4
  • iPod Touch 4G

How To Restore To The Non Latest Firmware:

Before you start this process of updating to a NON-Latest firmware, it will be important for you to prepare your blob-stitched IPSW. In other to do this, follow the steps below.

Step 1: Download and launch iFaith on your computer. Click “ok” then “Build IPSW w/Blobs

iF 1

iF 2

Step 2: Click “Browse for SHSH blobs” and select your SHSH blobs for iOS X saved to your computer and click “Open

iF 3

iF 4

Step 3: Next select your Stock firmware corresponding to the SHSH blobs you selected: (you can’t use iOS 5.1.1 blobs for iOS 6.1. It has to be the same)

Step 4: iFaith will start verifying. Once done. click on build IPSW. iFaith would start building IPSW and will be saved as displayed in the image below. This is the IPSW that you would restore to using iTunes

Step 5: Put your device in DFU mode, launch iTunes, at the device summary page, “hold Shift” and click “Restore“. Select your new blob stit ched iOS X

Step 6: iTunes will begin restoring to the firmware. If all things go well, you will successfully load the firmware you want which is non latest to the device. At the end of this process, you would have restored to a non latest firmware.

If you encounter any problem while doing this, feel free to drop your comments and help will be given to you.

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