CrAcKzZZ

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About CrAcKzZZ

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    iPhone 4
  • Firmware
    6.1
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    Windows 8

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  1. Happy Birthday insanelyi!! My entire experience with this website and the people here has been great, I sure as hell hope that doesn't end soon
  2. I think I'm back... am i?

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      CrAcKzZZ

      Supreme leader! Nice new skin btw, it's great

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      CrAcKzZZ

      Supreme leader! Nice new skin btw, it's great

  3. I think you've tried everything possible, still no restore... Do you by any chance have iOS 5 or iOS 4 blobs?
  4. Seems like he is providing steps for how to recover the backup.
  5. Did it work?
  6. This is a tutorial, the name of the topic is misleading
  7. Errors are really screwing you guys over i don't know what to say, if you've already switched ports, disabled antivirus and reverted hosts to original, then idk. maybe re install itunes? you might lose your itunes info tho
  8. iPod4,1_6.1.3_10B329_Restore.ipsw
  9. Well iTunes has the file in C:\Users\_USER_\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPhone Software Updates lol i've never gotten a virus before so it doesn't scare me.
  10. Use iAPFree from this repo. Works better and supports more apps.
  11. Lol we both were gonna say the same thing so its cool Yea try to get 6.1.2 first, but IF it doesn't work then go to 6.1.3
  12. Well Roth just try my way if it doesn't work then just put your device in regular dfu and restore after reverting the changes you made to the hosts file.
  13. For 3194 do the following: Quit iTunes Disconnect your device Locate your hosts file, in Windows this is c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts Open the hosts file with Administrator privileges Add the following lines to the very bottom of the hosts file: 74.208.105.171 gs.apple.com Connect your iDevice to the computer Launch iTunes Put the iPhone/iPad/iPod into DFU mode by turning the phone off and then holding down the sleep and power button for 10 seconds, then release the power button but hold onto the home button until iTunes tells you that the device is now in recover mode Use the iTunes Restore feature as usual with the iOS device
  14. Yea that could be, iPods have less ram than iPads and iPhones. I have over 48 appstore apps on my iPhone it doesn't lag when i press X, but i remember my iPod 4th gen did the same thing. but did not take that much time
  15. Either way it's not good. Cracked screen needs a repair, loose inside will probably also need repairing, unless you know how to fix it yourself. Maybe check this out? http://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/69023/No+backlight