iOS 9.3.2 iPhone 6 CFW Creation Tutorial for iCloud Bypass with New Patched Setup.app

Video is ready, Click Here to View ×


iOS 9.3.2 iPhone 6 CFW Creation Tutorial for iCloud Bypass with Patched Setup.app

As I promised, in my previous video, today I am showing you how to build a custom-made firmware (CFW) for iPhone 6 (7,2) using the new Setup.app Patch for iCloud Bypass.
In the video I show exactly how you should use the appropriate tools to build the CFW and also I will explain the steps we make.
Keep in mind that you also need a mac or a PC running OSX (at least in Virtual Box) in order to rename the DMG’s partition and to inject the patched Setup.app.

This tutorial can also be adapted for 5S or 6S, but you need to calculate the values for BuildManifest Plist file (OSVarSizes) for the specific model. If you fail to correctly do so, you might brick the device. So be careful.

Keep in mind that even tho, this can be tried on your own device and might work for you, it is still in absolute BETA (which means it is kinda buggy) and it is a work in progress.

Thanks a lot for all who sent me logs, crash…

26 Comments on iOS 9.3.2 iPhone 6 CFW Creation Tutorial for iCloud Bypass with New Patched Setup.app

  1. dude you are so awesome ?? I can wait for the release of the cfw for the the 6 plus. I can't wait to actually get to use my phone again! keep up the good work man

  2. As I promised, in my previous video, today I am showing you how to build a custom-made firmware (CFW) for iPhone 6 (7,2) using the new Setup.app Patch for iCloud Bypass.
    In the video I show exactly how you should use the appropriate tools to build the CFW and also I will explain the steps we make.
    Keep in mind that you also need a mac or a PC running OSX (at least in Virtual Box) in order to rename the DMG's partition and to inject the patched Setup.app.

    This tutorial can also be adapted for 5S or 6S, but you need to calculate the values for BuildManifest Plist file (OSVarSizes) for the specific model. If you fail to correctly do so, you might brick the device. So be careful.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*