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70 downloadsPurpleRestore3 - iOS 10.0.x-11 beta 2, build 14A171 Requierd MAC OS X 10.9.5 ( some apps not working on this version) up to macOS Sierra 10.12.6 PurpleRestore 3 is the latest known version of PurpleRestore. It was initially leaked on Twitter in October 2016. 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. 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.
49 downloadshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnJzKkIecE0 Apple’s internal prototyping tools are typically utilized by quite a few internal Apple employees. With the various tools (PurpleRestore) you can restore a prototype firmware or other IPSW files to an iDevice. With another tool (PurpleSNIFF) you can read important information. These tools are very very hard to get and are mainly exchanged in the underground mostly with money or against other Apple internal software.
16,759 downloadshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBPFzMkxKiM PurpleRestore is a tool made by Apple and is used for flashing iDevices. It provides far more customization than iTunes, and it is usually used to flash internal firmware to prototypes. This tool can (and is meant to) handle multiple restores. When performing restores PurpleRestore color coordinates the device in the table and when the device is about to receive the AppleLogo it will turn the background color of the screen to the color assigned to the device. Like iTunes, PurpleRestore communicates with iDevices using a usbmux connection. "PurpleFAT" is an Apple Factory Activation tool, assumed to be used in factories for UUT's (units under test). If the unactivated device is plugged into a computer and the software is run, it searches for the device and would activate it (Seems not to work and just plays a sound saying "Oh nooh!") PurpleFAT needs an activation sever. https://albert.apple.com/WebObjects/ALUnbrick.woa/wa/deviceActivation does not work. Application can be locked for some security reasons, and requires a passcode when unlocking the interface (This passcode is stored in a string, when dissasembled can be found at __text:00003089). PurpleSNIFF is a tool made by Apple to read identification and diagnostic information from the device. The tool is used by Apple engineers as well as factory workers at Foxconn/Pegatron. It's included in the RestoreTools package. Like iTunes, PurpleSNIFF communicates with iDevices using a usbmux connection. PurpleBuildSanitizer is an Apple internal Mac application for stripping internal builds for internal use. When creating a stripped bundle, it names the folder like so, N92-INTERNAL-INSTALL-iPhone3,3_4.2.6_8E200_Restore.