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Upgrade to iOS 5.1.1 after the release of iOS 6 ?

Upgrade jailbroken shsh iOS 5.0.1 iOS 5.1.1 iOS 6

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Hello,

I have iPad 2,1 Wifi jailbroken and running on iOS 5.0.1, how can i upgrade to iOS 5.1.1 after the release of iOS 6 ?

i have shsh 5.0.1, 5.1.1 and 6.0.1.

Thank you

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You can use redsnow restore option. You will need shsh for 5.1.1. and never upgrade to iOS 6 because you can't downgrade.

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Jerms already said..all you need is redsn0w and saved blobs....
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Thank you for rely but now i have n'other probleme :mellow: during the upgrade i get iTunes error 37 now iPad 2 has black screen and it’s in DPU mode all the time. retrying new upgrade another time redsn0w give me this message : Please connect your device in Recovery mode before proceeding.
iPas already in DPU mode :

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Thank you for rely but now i have n'other probleme :mellow: during the upgrade i get iTunes error 37 now iPad 2 has black screen and it’s in DPU mode all the time. retrying new upgrade another time redsn0w give me this message : Please connect your device in Recovery mode before proceeding.
iPas already in DPU mode :

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Put the device in recovery mode :)

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Put the device in recovery mode :)


Unfortunately that won't work since he's in a DFU Loop.

Smed try this: Instead of using the 5.1.1 IPSW this time use the 5.0.1 IPSW. After restoring 5.0.1 is done try again to go to 5.1.1
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Unfortunately that won't work since he's in a DFU Loop.

Smed try this: Instead of using the 5.1.1 IPSW this time use the 5.0.1 IPSW. After restoring 5.0.1 is done try again to go to 5.1.1


Interesting, I've never been in a DFU loop.

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impossible to exit DFU mode to enter recovery mode !

 

trying 5.0.1 IPSW i still get : Please connect your device in Recovery mode before proceeding. :unsure:

 

please help !

 

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Unplug device, Hold the home and sleep button for 15 secs, then keep holding the home button and plugin device, keeping holding until you see recovery logo.

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thank you for your answer but i already test this methode more than 20 times :excl:

I am very tired :pc:

 

edit : i can't put the device is regular DFU mode



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I have not found solution :-/ i have update to the last firmware ios 6.0.1

thank you






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