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No. People have jailbroken 8.4.1; but will wait until iOS 9 is released to release the hack. (They don't want apple to fix it for iOS 9, then have to find another hack)


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Fix Date/Time & update iTunes: First method is easiest of all three. You have to check for date and time on your computer whether it is correct or not? Many people were getting this error because date and time on their computer was incorrect and they got this error fixed after correcting the date and time. It is also advisable to update iTunes to latest ...


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The problem is with your host file that is causing problem connecting with gs.apple.com. This post will help you fix your host file. http://www.yourtechinfo.com/2015/08/top-3-ways-to-fix-itunes-error-3014.html


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I had to remove LD64 and then install the Darwin CC tools (2nd one had otool).


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Enter DFU Mode, and then try a restore. Method: First, plug the iPad into your computer, and then power it off. Make sure iTunes is running on your PC. Now press and hold both the Power button and Home button simultaneously, until you see the Apple logo. Now let go of the Power button while still holding down the Home button. iTunes can now associate with ...


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You can't jailbreak iOS 8.4.1, but you can jailbreak iOS 8.4.0 (Apple Music update) : http://pangu8.com/taig84.html


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There are no userland exploits available for any recent version of iOS. JailbreakMe is for iOS 4.2.6 through 4.2.8, or iOS 4.3 through 4.3.3. You can jailbreak iOS 5.1.1 with absinthe2. You are currently not able to jailbreak iOS 8.4.1.


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Recovery mode may not be 'strong' enough to bypass the accident and bring it back. Can't you put it into DFU mode instead to get it back to normal? Link for this: https://www.theiphonewiki.com/wiki/DFU_Mode


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First steps are to work though this list. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201210


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Have you installed any tweaks that prevent restoring via iTunes such as NO PLS RECOVERY? If not, then try going into DFU mode: How to get into DFU mode and iTunes should recognize your device. If it still doesn't, try removing all Apple applications from your computer & re-installing the latest available version of iTunes: Download iTunes from here.


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Run iTunes on PC and make sure that you are using the latest iTunes. Then connect your Device with computer via USB cable, and then Tab on summary option, see in the left side bar of iTunes Now Select restore option from iTunes and then confirm the Restore Message for better results. After this unplug your Device and Restart it.


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Currently, there is no way to do this without a jailbreak. The software keyboard has no functionality to do what you want, and as a developer, I know that there is not way to program any other delete but the backspace. As for the jailbreak, I am sure there is a way, but make sure you Google it first, since I wouldn't jailbreak without knowing for a fact.


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I had 3 app's in my update page of my iphone6, but nothing would happen when I attempted to update them. Apparently the page was not requesting sign-in information and restarts wouldn't fix it. What eventually worked was to go to a page in the app store that required a sign-in, like wish-list, then sign-in on the update page. This last step had no effect ...


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Do you have a backup? Time Machine or otherwise? If so you can restore the file from a backup. The iPhone apps are located in ~/Music/iTunes/Mobile Applications and end with the ".ipa" extension. It has been a while since I tried this but I think you just have to place the restored file in the proper folder and sync your phone.


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Yes, not only is it possible to upgrade and jailbreak, it's very easy. Updating to iOS 8.4 From your iPhone Plug in your device to a power source. Tap Settings > General > Software Update. Tap Download and Install. Updates might download automatically while your device is connected to Wi-Fi and a power source. Tap Install, or tap Later to install the ...


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Not everything counts from 1970. Its the standard time of Unix. Unix time, or POSIX time, is a system for describing points in time, defined as the number of seconds elapsed since midnight proleptic Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) of January 1, 1970, not counting leap seconds. Unix Time Early versions of unix measured system time in 1/60 ...


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The Unix timestamp starts on 1st January 1970 and counts up since. Time in terms of days/months/years/etc is calculated from this number, accounting for time zones and other regional differences.


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My iPad Mini has the similar broken screen, why not go to the third party service to change a new screen, which works well. You can transfer files between iPad and computer, however it can't work as the second monitor.


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To answer your question; no, iCloud will not become locked... if you remove the jailbreak correctly. Following a guide like this one should help you get your iDevice back to its natural iOS state. Steps: Connect your iPhone to a Mac using the USB Cable. If you have a passcode on your iPhone, enter the passcode to unlock it. Click Settings > iCloud > Find ...


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Have you tried connecting your device to your computer and viewing the files through a program like iexplorer? You might be able to access your photos this way? If your phone isn't turning on however this could still not work.


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If the device isn't backed up previously, short answer: No. I haven't used any data recovery apps for iPhones before, but a quick google will help you find a few commercial apps that might help you. But the chance that it will succeed after erasing and installing a new working OS will be limited.


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Firstly, I would suggest you to check and find a version of iTunes that supports your iPhone 3GS. Secondly, you could backup your iPhone, but be aware that a backup could bring the issue back after the phone is freshly restored. Next, I can suggest to check and find a pre-activation method(as far as I remember RedSn0w was able to do that) and create a ...


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The latest iTunes does not support as much older versions of iOS as iOS4 is. I recommend you to uninstall your current iTunes, clear cache ... etc., reboot your computer and then download and install an older version of iTunes. Once you are done with the above steps, I can recommend you to make sure that the USB port on your computer works well and to ...



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