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If trying one more time to format HFS non journaled fails, you may want to use the erase and install steps from: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204904 Hopefully it's not a hardware error and you can just fix this with a clean erase. Installing to an external dive may also help you determine if it's an issue with procedure or your installer vs the ssd. ...


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Could not restore - Device not configured Means bad USB drive and need to replace it. If you drive encrypted you are not able to check this in another macbook because ist encrypted with your own and the UUID of the local system. If you able to open the drive at your current system, check the storage capacity of the drive it is very full you also get ...


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The outcome you're seeing is probably a (security) feature, not a bug. I would think that Disk Utility would prompt for a password to enable access to the encrypted drive before allowing it to be read in order to perform the restore. Before attempting the restore use the Terminal command string "diskutil corestorage unlockVolume UUID -stdinpassphrase" ...


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If it auto shutdown too often and require restore everytime like that then you should consider the phone is too old. Hardware especially its memory start malfunctioning. As end user, there is nothing you can do, sorry :( But repair services does, hehe :D


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I'm afraid it's not possible. Apple stops signing iOS releases shortly after the release of a new version, at which point the old version can no longer be installed.


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Firm-Bricked I'm afraid. It happens a lot with those.


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Yes, you can do this with disk utility. When you try to access the FileVault encrypted disk it will prompt for a password. You can then select it as the source for a restore to another drive.


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Just Checking that you have not missed the "holding option key down in time machine" thing that I missed for ages: Source: http://www.macworld.co.uk/feature/mac-software/complete-guide-time-machine-mac-backup-3626572/ Complete guide to Time Machine: Can I browse Time Machine backups from another Mac, or older Time Machine backups from my own Mac that I no ...



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