Telegram is a popular messaging app that allows users to send and receive messages, pictures, videos as well as stickers and GIFs. One of the notable feature of this app are third-party bots that allow the user to interact with them, send commands and inline requests.
A developer has taken advantage of this feature to create a bot that generates SHSH2 blobs right on your iPhone. The bot will ask for your device model, the iOS firmware for which you want to generate the blob and your device’s ECID. After you provide this information, it will instantly generate and send you your SHSH2 blob along with a link where you can download it from your computer if needed.
If you have Telegram installed, you can add the bot by opening this link from your iPhone. After you add it, send the /shsh command to it and it will start asking you questions to generate the blob.
The bot uses TSSChecker to generate the blobs. It has been updated to include the latest version of TSSChecker, which was released yesterday to fix an issue with iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
If you don’t wish to use Telegram for this, an alternative option is the TSSSaver website which generates an SHSH2 blob on your computer.
As of this writing, you can only save SHSH2 blobs for iOS 10.2 as it is the only firmware that Apple is signing. Although an iOS 10.2 jailbreak is not planned at this moment, you never know when it will come in handy.