I'm not a tech person, so I'm describing my question in a cumbersome way:
1. I'm using Fiddler to intercept particular HTTPS responses from an APP in my iPhone by using the filter function, those responses contain useful info to me.
2. In order to get those responses I need to swipe my iPhone for like 100 times, so I save all the 100 responses in a SAZ file so that I can replay it later, without swiping my iPhone again for 100 times.
3. But later when I click "Reissue Requests" after loading the SAZ file and selecting all the 100 old responses, the newly generated 100 responses contain data that is inconsistent with what I can see directly from my iPhone screen. I think the problem is that the newly issued requests don't update parameters like timestamp, cookie, etc.
Is there a way to automatically update all the parameters when I reissue the old requests stored in the SAZ file, so that the responses are up-to-date and consistent with the real-time data that I can see from the iPhone screen? Basically, I don't want to swipe my screen to manually issue 100 new requests to get the 100 desired responses, and I'm trying to hack a way to automate the data collection process with Fiddler.