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May 06, 2015 · Thanks. Worked perfectly on my iPhone 6s+. I put a friends Sprint SIM card in. The activation screen came up and said it unlocked and I put my AT&T SIM in and I'm all set. I was a little nervous cause I didn't want to do a complete backup and restore process since I'm on 10.2 and didn't want to lose my JB.
Originally I was trying to restore a SQL Server 2000 backup to SQL Server 2012. Of course this didn't work cause SQL server 2012 only supports backups from 2005 and upwards . So, I restored the database on a SQL Server 2008 machine. Once this was done - I copied the database over to restore on SQL Server 2012 - and it failed with the following ...
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2. Both buttons on the iPhone, the top (power button) and bottom (square), hold 3. As long hold up to the iPhone neustartet, the glowing apple appears 4. When the apple appears release the top button 5. iPhone to iTunes icon with plug show -> restore mode Activation of the iPhone "DFU mode" 1. The steps 1-2 above to initiate 2.
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Fix iTunes driver problem in 3uTools. Restore in iTunes. Ask Apple support if the device still in the warranty. (Connect with 3uTools, check the warranty on the "iDevice" page) Check the hardware problem in the local authoritative repair store
2. This is not for just one time use or one device use. You can use this data to restore any number of times and on any number of android devices. But keep in mind, always the latest backup will have your latest data.