Then download the latest version of Cydia Impactor a program made by saurik for your operating system from the links above. Once it opens, make sure your iOS device is plugged into your computer. Select your device in the drop-down menu. You will be asked to enter your Apple ID. The NonceSet app should now be installed on your device. This is where we are going to keep all of the files needed to restore. Keeping everything in one folder makes it much easier to work with. You can delete the ZIP and all other extracted files at this point.
Once the iOS You will get a pop-up asking you which extension you want to use. Double click on the new. You need to get 2 if you are using a non-cellular device or 3 if you are using a cellular device files from the extracted.
Depending on the IPSW file you downloaded for your device, there may be multiple baseband files in this folder. If there are, you need to make sure you copy the correct one. To check which file is the correct one, you can use the table to the right.
For example, if you are using an iPhone 6 Plus, the baseband version would be 6. Make sure you copy the. You need to get the correct SEP file or the restore will not work. To do this you will need to know what your devices board configuration is. Make sure to copy the. Find your iOS For this to work, you need to get the generator from this file to put onto the iOS device. To do this, right-click on the. From here you need to select a text editor to open the file with.
TextEdit will do, but you can also use something else if you like. This string is the generator you need to put onto your device. Copy it and save it for later, or just keep the file open. Now you need to add the generator from the SHSH2 file to your device.
To do this, open the NonceSet app on your device. You should see the exploit running to gain root access. In this box, you need to type or paste the generator you got from your SHSH2 blob file.
Make sure to type it exactly as shown. To do this, simply type this command into terminal: Now we can actually try to restore the device. If you are using a non-cellular device e. You will also need to add --no-baseband to the end of the command. Make sure you do not unplug your device, or close Terminal during this process. If you do, you may be forced to restore to the latest iOS version and you will no longer be able to use this method.