provides useful tools/commands which are used in iOS research
This project was inspired by Matteyeux with his ios-tools repo, this will be a similar project but for my own practice. Also, in native Python 3 code :D
1. Run: ./install.sh, which also updates, so run this each time to update 2. You should then have a module called: "iospytools" Example: iospytools --keys iPhone2,1 3.0
--buildid device iOS | convert an iOS to its buildid --clean | if there are any leftover json files, this will get rid of them --codename device iOS | get codename of an iOS --download device iOS | download an ipsw --keys device iOS | get keys for an iOS --shsh DEVICE ECID | save SHSH for all signed iOS versions of a device (Disabled atm, needs updating.) --signed device | print the signed versions for a device --split key | splits a GID decrypted key
foreman: key grabbing/uploading template: template creating ota/beta shsh saving: CC @mcg img3: iBoot patcher, kernel patcher img4: idk if I can make this lol ipsw: ipsw handling and creating
Visual Studio Code: Holy! I love this IDE! (better than Pycharm...) Matteyeux @matteyeux: inspiration, some techniques from ios-tools Noah/32Bites @TheNoahParty: some techniques from PyKeys mcg29 @mcg29_: Helping with this project wxblank @wxblank2: TSS stuff!
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