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How to Restore with Purplerestore custom firmware iPhone 4s, 5

Purplerestore custom firmware for iPhone 4s, 5

this Purplerestore custom method is not new but I am posting with new instruction we hope some
of you, developers will find a better way to install custom firmware.
we know purplerestore is an apple internal software to be used by Apple repair certificated people.
This version is from 2011 that’s why will only work in iPhone 4S and iPhone 5, also you can download an edited custom ipsw made by a twitter friend @Baogatn.
In my opinion, we are closer and closer to find a way to restore idevices with custom firmware.

How to Restore with Purplerestore custom firmware
we will add video instruction to use with purplerestore configuration

iPhone 4S, 5 with purple restore icloud bypass Install custom Firmware ipsw

Restore with Purplerestore custom firmware iPhone 4s, 5 – 32 bits devices

Install Custom Firmware ipsw iPhone 4S, 5 with purple restore icloud bypass

downloads: Custom Firmware

purplerestore: Download Link

A New version of PurpleRestore RestoreTools.pkg

Custom Firmware iOS 12 iPhone 6, 6s, 6s+, 7, 7+, 8, 8+

Its better you make your own ipsw custom firmware to be sure all is ok ( rename setup.app )

Thanks, Bargain

The update sports a redesigned user interface and icon, support for IPSW files, and revealed the existence of an internal

PurpleRestore wiki, which most likely requires access to Apple’s internal VPN.

A “Restore Issues” wiki is additionally provided.

The boot screen on the device doesn’t turn purple when restoring with the tool without a debug

UART cable, unlike previous versions of the tool.

PurpleRestore 3 also has full macOS Sierra support,

which was broken in most of the previous builds.

The updated utility also allows you to flash a custom boot logo.

This likely requires authorization with TSS to personalize the

IMG3/IMG4 before flashing the image to the device.

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