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Firstly ask your parents to turn on your iPad and connect it to the local network. If you have remote administration on your router you'll be able to do the next steps yourself, else you'll need your parents to do it. Login to your router's administration page Get the external IP address of your router (if you can set up dynDNS this will make your life ...
Yesterday I was stuck in boot loop after erasing my iPhone using iCloud and it was going normally and it after that the screen of death appears.. I search a lot and I looking around I found nothing but restore and I didn't wanna upgrade to 8.2 IOS so I do hard reset several time like I do hard reset one time and it takes me to the homescreen and it give me ...
You could install FTP on the device, and set up a AppleScript that copies the data from your iOS device every 15 minutes. Then, you could set up a folder action, and whenever your Mac's folder is modified, it copies the contents of that folder to your iOS device. (Note: I can't give you any example scripts since I'm not on my Mac right now.)
Try downloading redsn0w and creating a DFU mode IPSW. Restore the IPSW with iTunes. Now that your phone is in DFU mode, you can totally wipe the iPhone and restore. You can download redsn0w here.
I found this on iPhoneHacks.com: It is currently not possible to jailbreak iOS 8.2.
If erase all content and settings fails to restore the storage then you either have a hardware failure (Flash storage needs to be restored/repartitioned/erased) or a software failure (iTunes is needed to reload the software). You'll need to take the phone to someone with iTunes and/or experience repairing and testing the iPhone unfortunately.
Reboot and after Apple logo appears hold volume up until it turns on
it messed up my iphone's hardware, so i wouldnt recommend it unless you have warranty through apple, not your service provider. once you reset your phone, there will be no evidence of jailbreaking but if you take your phone to apple itll automatically be a hardware issue. be careful
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