iReb r5 update released for entering Pwned-DFU mode on Windows
iReb is a tool bundled with Sn0wbreeze(or as a standalone application). @ih8sn0w has released a new version of his Pwned-DFU tool, iReb, after 10 months without an update. iReb is mainly used for restoring custom firmware, usually made with Sn0wbreeze. It allows you to put your device into a Pwned-DFU state in order for iTunes to accept the firmware instead of displaying 16xx errors. iReb also serves other purposes such as fixing recovery mode loops and grabbing SHSH blobs. The newest version is much smaller in size(390kb) and also fixes a few issues and increases speed on some devices. The full change long can be seen below.
iReb supports all A4 and earlier devices from 3.x.x to 5.x.x
iReb r5 - Win
- Much smaller file size (390kb).
- Fixed USB 3.0 issues.
- iREB’s speed for the iPhone 2G/iPhone 3G/iPod Touch 1G has increased significantly!
- Fixed rare DFU detection issues.
- Updated limera1n/steaks4uce payload to not hook “cmd_go” on 4.x images (nothing severe, but useless here).