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You can use this app: https://www.dnsoverride.com/ It can override DNS settings for any Wi-Fi and cellular connection. One scenario in which it's not going to work is if your ISP intercepts DNS traffic. Some mobile operators do.


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If you're still using iOS 6 it is better to move for new iOS version.However iOS 9 is can be easily jailbreak and download cydia for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch


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So iPhone 5s use a Lightning cable rather than the old school dock connector. Lightning cables actually have an authentication chip in them, hence the message. There's a jailbreak tweak out there that may be worth checking out, but it's quite old and may not have been updated. Your best bet would be to just get a new cable. Certified cables can be had ...


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For me on IPad 2 upgrading to the latest iOS version fixed the issue


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You need to put it into DFU mode. See this OS X Daily article for instructions. Basically Connect the iPhone to your computer and launch iTunes Turn the iPhone off (hold down the power button at the top of the iPhone) Hold down the sleep/power button and home button together for exactly 10 seconds, then release the power button Continue to hold down the ...



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