TSSChecker is a very powerful desktop utility tool used for checking the tss signing status of all iOS devices and firmware versions. The developers, Tihmstar, have just released their latest update bringing the tool to v268 and now supporting all the latest iOS devices. Until now, tsschecker has only been supported on the older devices but now compatibility has been added in for those newer devices with the A10X and the A11 chipsets.
Along with all older models, the following are now supported on tsschecker:
- iPhone X
- iPhone 8, 8 Plus
- iPad Pro 10.5 inch
What Does Tsschecker Do ?
Tsschecker allows you to run a number of different checks on your iOS device and iOS firmware version, including:
- Obtaining a list of the firmware versions for your specific iOS device
- Accessing all the firmware versions sill be signed by Apple for your device
- Saving SHSH blobs from your device either with accustom generator or without
- Verifying any blobs that already exist
tsschecker is a command line tool so it may not suit all users, only those familiar with using the command line. If you are unsure of your abilities, we would suggest that you use another tool by the name of TinyUmbrella to save your SHSH blobs.
How to Download TSS Checker :
Tsschecker works on both Windows and Mac systems and is easy to download. just click the link below that matches your system:
How to Use TSSchecker :
This is quite an advanced method so you must follow these steps exactly:
- Download Tsschecker from one of the links above – it will download in a zipped format
- Extract the file called tsschecker.exe and save it where you will find it again
- Open a command prompt or terminal window (depending on your system)
- Find the .exe file you saved and drag it to the window
- Now press the Enter key and you will see all of the commands that can be used with tsschecker.
- Using any of the commands is simple – drag the file to window and type in the command
TSSchecker Commands :
This is a list of the commands that you can use with tsschecker:
- –device <model> –enter the exact model number of your device
- –ios <firmware> – enter the firmware version your device is running
- –buildid <build> – enter the device build id
- –boardconfig <configuration> – enter the board configuration of your device
- –help –will show you the commands again and any other information you need to use tsschecker
- –ota –this checks the signing status for OTS (over-the-Air)
- –save –saves the SHSH blobs that are for your specific device
- –apnonce <nonce generator> –enter your apnonce manually
- –ecid <ECID> –enter the ECID used for fetching the SHSH blobs
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