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    Default Resetting my 4.3.5 to non-jailbreak state

    Hi experts,
    I have a 4.3.5 iPhone 4, which is jailbroken tethered. I want to reset it to 4.3.5 but not jailbreak. I only had it for a couple of weeks, so no saved SHSH of 4.3.5 - TinyUmbrella shows 5.0.1 only. Cydia says "pending TSS queue..".

    Is "removing" the jailbreak without upgrading to 5.0.1 possible for me ?

    Thanks!
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    If you do not have an SHSH on file for any 4.x iOS, then you will be forced to upgrade to iOS 5.0.1. There's no known workaround for an iPhone 4 to bypass the SHSH requirement. Sorry to confirm bad news for you...
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