BlueCl0ud Automatically Downgrade or Upgrade signed firmware

BlueCl0ud Automatically Downgrade or Upgrade signed firmware

BlueCl0ud Automatically Downgrade or Upgrade when firmware is resigned

this is a simple windows tool based on idevicerestore will make your update or downgrade very easy. try BlueCl0ud in windows just running the .bat file.

Automatically repeats restore attempts, hopefully until the firmware is signed.
Should work on iOS 10, positively works on 9 and below. Not sure about the iPhone 7.
Should the selected firmware be signed, the restore will repeat multiple times until
it is no longer signed. This is okay, a failed restore caused by a firmware not being
signed is not dangerous.

download BlueCl0ud v2

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-cINtsp1lp7Ukk4Nnc2R0NscDg

alternative link

https://mega.nz/#!ZEZxHLyD!Eet18V8EVm7qQEGfZGoVIUZ6x3OsFV8ElX6hJhCR0kE

EDIT: Baseband Blobs are acquired after normal blobs. If you have an iPhone or cellular iPad and apple stops signing during your restore, it may fail. Please plan accordingly. iPhone 7 is also NOT supported unfortunately.

EDIT 2: If you wish to unplug your device after a restore, please make sure it is actually finished!

To Downgrade please run BlueCl0udErase.bat – ALL DATA WILL BE ERADICATED. PLEASE DO NOT
USE THE UPGRADE TOOL AS UPGRADING TO AN OLDER FIRMWARE CAN RESULT IN MANY ISSUES

To Upgrade please run BlueCl0udSave.bat – User data SHOULD be retained.

To use, simply rename the ipsw you want to “Firmware.ipsw” and drag into the folder.
Then run  BlueCl0udSave.bat

idevicerestore is created by nikias, posixninja, FunkyM, zbalaton, aburgh, and boxingsquirrel.
Link: https://github.com/libimobiledevice/idevicerestore The github readme is as follows:

BlueCl0ud developed by @Sp1nny_

upgrade ipsw BlueCl0ud

About
=====

The idevicerestore tool allows to restore firmware files to iOS devices.

It is a full reimplementation of all granular steps which are performed during
restore of a firmware to a device.

In general, upgrades and downgrades are possible, however subject to
availability of SHSH blobs from Apple for signing the firmare files.

BlueCl0ud v2 iPhone

To restore a device to some firmware, simply run the following:
$ sudo idevicerestore -l

This will download and restore a device to the latest firmware available.

Requirements
============

Development Packages of:
libimobiledevice
libirecovery
libusbmuxd
libplist
libzip
openssl

Software:
usbmuxd
make
autoheader
automake
autoconf
libtool
pkg-config
gcc

Installation
============

To compile run:
./autogen.sh
make
sudo make install

Who/What/Where?
===============

Home:
http://www.libimobiledevice.org/

Code:
git clone http://git.libimobiledevice.org/idevicerestore.git

Code (Mirror):
git clone https://github.com/libimobiledevice/idevicerestore.git

Tickets:
http://github.com/libimobiledevice/idevicerestore/issues

Mailing List:
http://lists.libimobiledevice.org/mailman/listinfo/libimobiledevice-devel

IRC:
irc://irc.freenode.net#libimobiledevice

Credits
=======

Apple, iPhone, iPod, and iPod Touch are trademarks of Apple Inc.
idevicerestore is an independent software tool and has not been
authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Apple Inc.

idevicerestore was compiled for windows by elrhk. Link: https://github.com/elrhk/Libimobiledevice-idevicerestore-for-Windows
Readme:

Libimobiledevice for Windows

You’ll find here the last libimobiledevice updates for Windows.

https://mega.nz/#!1gcFyaRa!wTx7JKt3kGhgksuSObVb_E8BIa5ZoectNtpzxP-m1ik
Credits

Thank you :

libimobiledevice team : http://www.libimobiledevice.org/
Built for Windows by Elrhk (@Dev__Jam)
Tested by @matteyeux
Tested by @B00tsn0w you can also check his tool : FirmwDown