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I'm having the same issue as you described it here. I have a iPhone 5, too. If you have done anything suggested by Apple, it's a battery issue. You need to change the battery in order it to work. Otherwise, I don't think there is any other way you can make it work. Attached is the link from Apple. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201210 For my situation, ...
You can't. You need to have the apple id password for both reseting from iTunes and from the device itself. If the device isn't accepting the apple id password, try reseting it from iTunes too. iTunes is more reliable and you can reset without the device password (not the apple id password) on iTunes.
iLoot (free) can help you for iCloud restoring! no device needed! just tried it, worked fine and restored everything.
Restart, hold down Command + R while booting to get to the restore screen. You can pick your backup from there. From support site
Yes, the migration assistant can migrate from an older version. However it cannot migrate from a newer version. Backup of 10.9 --> System on 10.10 works Backup of 10.10 --> System on 10.9 does not work
If your device is disabled because you don't know your passcode or you entered a wrong password too many times then follow this guide here If you have a iCloud activation lock then you need to visit iforgot.apple.com to reset your iCloud password using the recovery options there. If you have Both problems then first restore the device using iTunes, then ...
(Just so this question has an answer...) Apple is no longer signing iOS v8.0.0 installations. You will need to restore to (as of this writing) 8.1.3 which is the latest version available. The HOSTS file settings are to ensure that iTunes can talk to the update server, which isn't the issue in your case. You are basically attempting to downgrade the ...
Check if your password is longer than 15 characters, if it is just type the first 15.
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