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Bear in mind that you may have two folders with the same name. Then rename it to restore. You will have to sign up for a free account. We’ll assume you’re ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. This is where I hit my big snag. Once this progress bar completed, there was one more and then my iPad Pro rebooted one more time and the login screen came up. It will look like this:.
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I got all of this information from a variety of sources. Now you need to go to GitHub and download a set of files called libimobile My recommendation is to make sure you have a current iCloud backup and then make a local backup using winows, as this will be faster to restore from if you run into trouble.
It will look like this:. To make things easy, move the IPSW file into the same libimobilemaster folder we dealt with earlier. Then you need to drag the folder named libimobilemaster onto the Command Prompt window. I had to run this three or four times before I got the right iTunes and the driver in question removed properly. You will need to open the Device Manager if this does happen to you.
All of my data and apps were still installed. First off, they did have the basics right. Then rename it to restore. I feel compelled to add to my post from earlier today, because the instructions in the Redmond Pie article I linked to left something to ideviccerestore desired.
However, it will be accompanied by a lot of activity in the Command Prompt window. You are dragging the one that has several files in it. Once you do, just do a search for libimobile and select the first option. Then press Enter and away you go. Then start typing Command Prompt idsvicerestore it will show up. If anything else happens, just try it again.
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But until then, my Pro will let me kick the tires on all the new goodies. I know because I loaded this version earlier today and ran into snags.
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You do need iTunes. Now you need to open a Command Prompt.
Evidently, there is a driver associated with iOS devices in Restore Mode that causes problems with this process. This is where I hit my big snag. However, that version does not work for this process. I will say that iPadOS 13 is really buggy so far in my limited amount of testing. This time, your device should clear Restore mode without issue. The same folder that has several executable files in it.
That was up for a few minutes before I saw the following:. In my case, it looked like this:.
Press Enter and your Command Prompt will be cued up and ready. Bear in mind that you may have two folders with the same name.