TinyUmbrella v.4.1.8 Gets a UI Overhaul; All Devices Detected by TinyUmbrella are Saved for Future Use

Written By Sam on 22 October 2010

A new version of TinyUmbrella, v.4.1.8, has been released with new features and a new user interface. For the uninitiated TinyUmbrella is a tool by Semaphore that helps to save you SHSH Blobs so that you can downgrade the firmware of your iPhone or iPod Touch.

Here’s what new in 4.1.8, straight from the TinyUmbrella blog:

-Redesigned UI for all platforms

  • Original artwork by iOPK of Chronic Dev Team
  • Spinny Icon code (thanks to technomage)
  • Quaqua look and feel (sorry mac only due to license restrictions)
  • Much cleaner look and feel all around

-Known Devices!

  • Now all devices detected by TinyUmbrella are saved for future use!
  • You can remove them as well (Right click -> delete from history)
  • You can save SHSH with known devices as well (No more requirement for the device to be connected)

-Recovery Devices

  • If you connect a device in recovery mode you can still kick it out of recovery (Right click -> Kick out of recovery)

-Save SHSH now saves ALL SHSHs available at Cydia with one button press!


  • Change SHSH save directory

-Proxies (Web and Socks) for those that need them!

-Better port 80 detection.

Download TinyUmbrella 4.1.8 here:

TinyUmbrella 4.1.8 for Windows
TinyUmbrella 4.1.8 for Mac OS X
TinyUmbrella 4.1.8 for Linux

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