If you read my last tutorial on saving your ECID/SHSH files on your Desktop computer then you will realize how much work this is to actually do this. If you have no idea what I am talking about; saving your ECID/SHSH files will ensure that you can downgrade your iDevice if you accidentally upgrade your firmware to a version that can not currently be jailbroken. If you do not save your iDevice’s ECID/SHSH files then Apple restricts this downgrading process and you will be stuck on the latest firmware version that you upgraded to. The great news is that Saurik has restored a few services that were present in older versions of Cydia, but due to a traffic overload they were taken down. One of these services that was returned was an Automatic SHSH/ECID grabber that grabs your iDevice’s SHSH/ECID files and stores them on a community Server. This way you can easily access your ECID file in case you need to downgrade your firmware to a lower version and you will also always be able to jailbreak your iDevice regardless of what kind of Ant-Jailbreak Methods Apple Develops next.
To save your SHSH/ECID files via Cydia all you need to do is launch Cydia and click the Make Life Easier Button. This will save your iDevice’s SHSH/ECID files to the community server and you will be able to access these files any time you like. What do you think of this handy service returning to Cydia?