Upcoming Seas0nPass 0.9.2 Integrates iFaith-Like Functionality [Download Now]

The Apple TV Jailbreaking tool Seas0nPass will soon be getting iFaith-like functionality that will allow it to extract iFaith signatures from a 2nd generation Apple TV and also use those extracted signatures to restore a 2nd generation Apple TV. This means that whatever firmware version your Apple TV is currently running you can save its SHSH blobs and then use them to re-install that firmware version, even if it isn’t being signed.

Right now you can actually test out this iFaith signature functionality by downloading the beta version of Seas0nPass 0.9.2. Right now only a Mac OS X version is available, but in the near future a Windows version will be available as well.

A Mac OS X version of iFaith was rumored to be released shortly, and with iFaith-like functionality working in Seas0nPass it shouldn’t be long before a standalone iFaith tool for Mac is released.

Seas0nPass-0.9.2 Mac OS X

You can download Seas0nPass 0.9.2 for Mac by clicking here, a Windows version will be available soon.

Saving your 2nd generation Apple TV’s iFaith signatures is extremely simple:

  1. Connect Apple TV via USB
  2. Launch Seas0nPass
  3. Click the ‘Help’ menu and select the ‘Dump iFaith Device blob…’ item.
  4. Follow the prompts provided by Seas0nPass

Once you have saved these signatures, restoring with iFaith or other saved signatures is even easier:

  1. Connect Apple TV via USB
  2. Launch Seas0nPass
  3. Right-click the ‘Create IPSW’ button and select your desired version.
  4. Seas0nPass will handle fetching saved signatures and restoring the firmware automatically.

Let us know what you think of this added iFaith functionality in Seas0nPass in the comments section below.

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  • superkona

    where are the shsh blobs saved? when i go to the .shsh directory under my ~ directory and type ls, i don’t see any files there. i did the “dump ifaith device blob” before attempting the jailbreak, but how do i know if it actually saved the blob? my device is now in recovery mode. i’m getting 1604 error and will try a new cable today. tq