Ih8sn0w Ireb For Mac

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  1. Ih8sn0w Ireb For Mac Os
  2. Ih8sn0w Ireb For Mac 10.13
  3. Ih8sn0w Ireb For Mac High Sierra
  4. Ireb Ih8sn0w Mac
  5. Ih8sn0w Ireb For Mac 10.10
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Ih8sn0w Ireb For Mac Os

Updated to R5
iREB 3.1.3/4.0.x/4.1/4.2.1/4.3/4.3.1/4.3.2/4.3.3/4.3.4/4.3.5/5.0/5.0.1 R5 is a tool for Windows that will put your device into a pwned state so that you can upload custom firmware to it. iH8sn0w has just released iREB r4, to fix iTunes 1600, 1601, 1602, 1603, 1604 error when you use custom firmware. its support all new & old devices.

Ih8sn0w Ireb For Mac 10.13

A cleaner and more stable version of iDevice from xpwn. iH8sn0w/iREB-2.0. IREB v1.0 for Mac OS X Latest Jul 18, 2013 + 2 releases Packages 0. Ih8sn0w has released the iREB RC3 version for Windows and Mac OS X to overcome errors like 1604, 1601, 1600 etc while restoring to custom jailbroken iOS 4.2.1 firmware. IREB helps you to enter your iPhone into a jailbreakable state, thus helping to bypass errors like 1604, 1600, 1601 etc. Developed-by: ih8sn0w. IREB For Mac b84. IREB For Mac b84 License. GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.


Supported Devices:
* iPhone 2G
* iPhone 3G
* iPhone 3Gs (old & new bootrom)
* iPhone 4
* iPod Touch 1G
* iPod Touch 2G (MB & MC)
* iPod Touch 3G
* iPod Touch 4
* iPad
* Apple TV 2
Just download iREB and cook your custom firmware with Sn0wbreeze

Ih8sn0w Ireb For Mac High Sierra

for Windows or PwnageTool for Mac . or just download ready Custom Firmware .Then use iREB to put your device into DFU mode and install your cooked firmware (you’ll not get iTunes errors with iREB). Also keep in mind that iREB only works on iTunes 10 or above.
Download iREB R5 for windows

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UPDATE :

Ih8sn0w Ireb For Mac 10.10


If you try to restore with the original iOS firmware and see 1600 , 1604 … error just follow this instruction :
  1. Quit iTunes
  2. Locate your hosts file, in Mac OS X this is /etc/hosts and in Windows this is c:windowssystem32driversetchosts
  3. Open the hosts file with Administrator privileges
  4. Remove the following all lines include “ gs.apple.com “
  5. Save and exit
  6. Reboot PC or Mac and try restore again