I’m also going to attempt to explain some background on the process, what the mistake was, and what users can now do instead.
The word “useless” is important, as it is not accurate to use the word “corrupt”: the data that was uploaded was not lost or damaged, and in fact all of the tickets that were stored verified per the algorithm from Muscle Nerd.
There have been certain situations where an update may only be recommended for a certain device or firmware version.
However, the APTicket signs complete digests, not partial digests, and so even descriptions of files that do not have partial digests need to be sent to TSS to get a complete ticket.
What really should therefore be used as a filter is “files with digest information at all”, not just those that have partial digests (there is never a partial digest without a full digest), effectively finding all “real” files.
i OS 11 finally has its first jailbreak with Cydia support.
If you’re yet to use our guide to installing Electra 1.0.1, which supports all of Apple’s latest devices, you need to check out this list of Cydia apps and tweaks compatible with i OS 11 to find out if it’s still worth it.