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Why won t iMessages send of my photos iPhone 5 iOS 7.1

Hello! I'm facing a little problem with iMessage. Each time I try to send a photo from my Camera Roll to someone on my contacts list using iMessage, it would say that the photo is "Delivered;" however, after 10-15 seconds, a red exclamation point will pop up on the side of the image I'm trying to send with the word "Not delivered" right under it. When I tap on the exclamation point, I am prompted to either "Try Again" or "Send as Text message." I've tried both options, but only the "Send as Text message" option works. I can send and receive regular messages through iMessage and I can receive photos from other people through iMessage, but I cannot send photos at all. SMS/MMS works fine. It doesn't matter if I am on Wi-Fi or 4G/LTE; I still can't send photos.  I checked out the following troubleshooting guide and tried some of the solutions, but still hasn't been solved.http://support.apple.com/kb/ts2755 I did not play with any messaging settings, so I'm pretty sure that isn't where the problem is coming from. About two weeks ago, though, I tried sending 8 photos through iMessage all at once. The person I was sending it too never received the photos, but I did not get any red exclamation points. I deleted the 8 photos that my friend never received, but that didn't solve the problem either. I am using an iPhone 5 on iOS 7.1 (11D167). Any and all help is greatly appreciated.

My IPhone 4 stuck on not enough storage. I can not turn my phone off answer phone or anthing for matter. I try pressing settings button to buy to Icloud space it highlights it but nothing. I can not afford to delete anything. HELP

I have not download the new update, which for me is the ios7. I heard alot of people lost everything when they download it. I have important text messages and pictures that i can not afford to lose. I have been short on cash for awhile so i wasnt able to buy more storage, but i am able to buy some now and the message not enough storage is stuck on my phone and i cant turn my phone off. The please slide to turn off pops up but i can not slide. I tried calling my phone from my house phone and found out that i cant answer a call either. I saw some people said to do a hard start but i can not lose my info. Please help me!

3rd Party Cables iPhone 5s

I just purchased an iPhone 5S and am having fun replacing all of my cables and accessories that worked great with the iPhour.  I purchased some 6ft cables from Mota that are marketed as "certified" and "Made for iPhone".  But plugging them in results in the message "This cable or accessory is not certified and may not work reliably with this iPhone".  No charging or syncing occurs. Is this the case even with "certified" and MFI products now?  Only Apple OEM cables work with the 5S?  Or did I get a bad batch?  Or did Mota lie in their marketing materials? Thanks for any info.

Hacked SMS Messages iPhone 5s

I’m aware many may think this situation is absurd or “impossible.” But, a very strange event occurred to me tonight, and as I was researching “5s hacking” I came across several different forum posts that occurred in the past 5 months that report a similar situation. However, in every one, someone simply brushed them off and tells them hacking is “impossible,” but with the recent Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) flaw on the Apple's mobile operating system and other hacking incidents that have occurred lately, I will not accept that hacking is “impossible.” I simply want an answer on to why this happened and how to prevent this from ever happening again, because I AM VERY SCARED.  Here is a detailed report on what exactly occurred tonight on 4/20 at 1:41 midnight. I also believe it is important to note my 5s is not “jail broken” and no modifications have been made to my phone.  At 1:41 AM, I sent a series of SMS messages to my roommate with a picture in the midst of the messages. I also would like to point out that I was sitting downstairs at a friend’s house with only 4 people, and my phone never left my hands during this entire episode.  Approximately 30 minutes late, I get a very angry call from my boyfriend claiming he got a picture of my texts messages that I sent to my friend from an unknown number. After clearing up the misunderstanding between my boyfriend and I about what the text messages seemed to indicate, we discussed further about from whom the text message was sent. He then sent me screenshot of what the unknown number sent him (A “screenshot” of my texts) When I attempted to call this number-it turns out that the number does not exist. (the number is 8083207978) Regardless, we determined my friend somehow found a way to screenshot my message and send it through an unknown number to him in order to make her look less “incriminating.” Of course, very angry and hurt, I come home and ask my roommate why she would send my boyfriend those texts I thought I sent her in confidence.She pleaded to me that she did not send those text messages. I have known and lived with this girl from many, many years, and I know when she is telling the truth. After clearing up everything, my roommate and I started going through everything that happened in detail. And upon further investigation, we noticed several very odd things about the supposed “screenshot” that was sent to my boyfriend.) The “screenshot” is indeed not a screenshot, it actually appears like someone took a picture of my texts from a computer screen (it’s blurry and is pixel-like looking)) My roommate could not have possibly sent that “screenshot” because what my boyfriend received was a picture of texts that were blue and appeared on the right side. And, of course, SMS’s that are blue and on the right indicate that those SMS messages are the ones being sent from the user. Otherwise, they would be grey or green and appear on the left, which indicates that those text messages are the one’s that are incoming from someone else besides the user. ) The formatting of each text line is different. For example, a text that appeared on my phone took up two lines and had a large margin. But the “screenshot” sent to my boyfriend had texts on only one line (not two) and the margins were drastically different. So clearly, someone pulled up my txt messages on a different device other than my own or an iphone. Therefore, after examining the above points, I believe someone found a way to pull up my text messages on a computer, took a picture of said texts, and then found a way to send the picture to my boyfriend through a “fake” number. THIS IS VERY SCARY FOR ME. I do not believe I have angered anyone, so I’m hoping this is just some random person that’s bored and finds some kind of pleasure in hacking into an individual’s phone and causing havoc. Nevertheless, I would be greatly appreciative if someone took the time to examine this further and inform me of the steps I need to take to ensure this never happens again. I would also hate for someone else to experience this situation as well!

iphone 4/4s iPod/iPod2 unlock and jailbreak

Viber Video message iPhone 3G

Hi , I cannot play Viber Video message on Iphone 4s, IOS7. Any solutions?

away to only send pictures via iMessage and never text message iPhone

Whenever I send a photo via iMessage and it isn't possible it sends it via text instead. The problem is is that sending a photo via text costs me 50p a time so i would prefer it to prompt me before it did.  I understand you can turn of the text message when iMessage is available feature but I want that on for the actual messages. Is there a way to turn it off for picture messages because I don't find out until my phone bill is unusually high.

iPhone SMSiMessage search doesn t work on IOS 7

Hi, Finally today after many doubts I moved to the new iphone version, for my surprise I found out the any time that I need to find some contact message on the SMS Search it doesn't work, I have hundreds of messages but when I write a contact name on the search I have no results, some one can give me an idea of how to resolve this problem?

Apple ID lock on iPhone 5c

I have an iPhone 5c that is Apple ID locked meaning I can not activate it unless I get the info from the previous owner. The problem is I bought it off of eBay and they have no clue who the previous owner is. The ESN is clean it is not stolen. I know I can get it activated after i get some software downloaded on a pc and wipe it all, but I can not find the software and I was wondering if you knew how to do it. I need to get past activation screen so that I can see the original owners email to message them about removing it from their icloud account.

iPhone 5s battery and overheating problem

so basically this problem got serious these days on my iphone 5s.it was perfectly fine before the ios 7.1 update but now its really bad. I fully charged my iphone on 2pm and the battery remain 19% on 7pm. and i dont use it alot during the timing. i did alot of things to reduce the battery draining, i off location service, turn low the brightness, off bluetooth and i even reset all settings on my phone once after the update. the only thing i didnt turn off during the period was my 3G/LTE because i need it to get my whatsapp/ fb message immediately, i feel its so annoying to turn it off everytime i dont want to use it. what if someone need to find me urgently on those apps? sometimes if i put my phone there without using for awhile, when i turn it on, lets say the battery is 94% and the other second i just go and check mu whatsapp it turned to 87%, this is even normal? and whenever i use my phone for a longer period like 10min it gets hot, really hot. okay. so anyone have any idea, solution to make the battery stop draining so fast so that it can stay longer other than going to apple store and solve my problems? all method is welcome ;)

message i waS WRITING was not sent but it gone iPhone

I was in the middle of writing a reply text message and it disappeared but it did not send. Where did it go?

FaceTime failed message everytime iPhone 5C

My FaceTime has been down for a couple days. I use facetime everyday to call home, started failing out of the blue. I called my cellphone carrier and they said there's a problem with apples facetime server. Any suggestions!? Please help.

iPhone destroyed removed from support profile and still can t receive texts from iDevices. How else I remove iPhone from iMessage system

iPhone got ran over by a car. I retrieved my sim card and put it in an android phone, but can no longer recieve messages from other iOS users. I logged into my apple support profile and deleted the phone from my Apple ID profile. Now, 1+ hours later, I still cannot receive messages from other iPhones using iMessage. I can turn off iMessage on the other phones and then receive their messages as SMS; but if iMessage is turned on, then I cannot receive anything and those phones show "! Not Delivered" next to their message.

Try to send email on my iphone 4s. I get email error Recipient was rejected buy server . How I correct

I have a iphone 4S.  When I try to send email I get error message:"recipient rejected by server".  How do I correct

How I get flash iPhone 4S

How do I get flash for all my notifications for when. People calling and message

iPhone 5 restore Error 1

To Whom It May Conern, I recieved an iPhone from a friend recently (iPhone 5) with a shattered screen. It does not work anymore, and the home button is damaged beyond use as well.The phone is still recognized by iTunes and the PC's I've use it with however. I also disessembled it to confirm water damage or not. All stickers white, no water damage. I was told by the person whom gave it to me, I would need to replace the screen but could still restore it and get it ready as it was currently.  I first hooked it up to a Windows 8 pc, and after some driver/software updating, the phone was  recognized/drivers installed/etc., and iTunes had it as able to view Music, Photos, Apps, etc. I went to factory restore it, updated iTunes/Windows, and now it is getting an error message (1) every time I do this. I have attempted this a total of about 20 times now, on multiple computers, as well as a Mac. The last attempt was on a Mac, and I saved the error details, as written here: 2014-02-18 10:52:55.000 iTunes[2116:207]: restore library built Oct 10 2013 at 18:04:352014-02-18 10:52:55.000 iTunes[2116:207]: iTunes: iTunes 11.1.42014-02-18 10:52:55.000 iTunes[2116:207]: iTunes: Software payload version: 11B554a2014-02-18 10:52:55.000 iTunes[2116:207]: iTunes: Using MobileRestore state machine[10:53:15.0634] Successfully applied power assertion[10:53:15.0637] Changing state from 'Idle' to 'Restoring'[10:53:15.0643] amai: AMAuthInstallSsoInitialize: can't find SSOClient.framework[10:53:15.0647] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:15.0649] requested variant: Erase[10:53:15.1101] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:15.9821] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: withApTicket is True[10:53:15.9825] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "RestoreLogo" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d16fc7e00 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9832] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "RestoreDeviceTree" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d16892c40 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9839] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "RestoreKernelCache" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d168ea840 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9845] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "RestoreRamDisk" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d168a7000 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9851] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "iBEC" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d16c21100 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9859] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "iBSS" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d1507c650 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9865] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "KernelCache" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d16f5f980 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9869] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "LLB" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d16fd64f0 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9873] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "AppleLogo" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d1689a570 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9878] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "BatteryCharging1" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d1567e560 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9883] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "BatteryFull" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d16a7af60 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9888] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "BatteryPlugin" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d16c1a4b0 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9892] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "BatteryCharging0" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d15650d30 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9897] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "BatteryLow0" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d16ecbeb0 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9901] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "BatteryLow1" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d13cf2800 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9906] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "RecoveryMode" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d1564e840 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9910] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "DeviceTree" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d1568cb40 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9915] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: personalizing "iBoot" Digest = "<CFData 0x7f9d16886ee0 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}"[10:53:15.9919] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: using UniqueBuildID <CFData 0x7f9d16a71da0 [0x7fff7d3ddfa0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}[10:53:15.9924] amai: AMAuthInstallRequestSendSync: SSO function returned NULL, SSO disabled.[10:53:15.9928] amai: AMAuthInstallDebugWriteObject: debug object written: file://localhost/tmp/PersonalizedBundle_1EFE2EB1-D784-4DF4-ACCE-B4DAF9520FC2/amai/debug/tss-request.plist[10:53:15.9931] amai: AMAuthInstallHttpMessageSendSync: httpRequest=<CFHTTPMessageRef 0x7f9d16f60320(0x7f9d16f60330)> { POST request, priority -1, url http://gs.apple.com:80/TSS/controller?action=2 }[10:53:16.2453] amai: AMAuthInstallRequestSendSync: received tss response (server version: 2.1.0)[10:53:16.2457] amai: AMAuthInstallDebugWriteObject: debug object written: file://localhost/tmp/PersonalizedBundle_1EFE2EB1-D784-4DF4-ACCE-B4DAF9520FC2/amai/debug/tss-response.plist[10:53:16.2517] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundlePopulatePersonalizedBundle: no entry in manifest found for "Diags"[10:53:16.2566] iBoot build-version = iBoot-1940.3.5[10:53:16.2574] iBoot build-style = RELEASE[10:53:16.2576] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:16.2598] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:16.2605] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:16.2625] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:16.2633] unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory[10:53:16.2987] found device map entry for 0x00008950 0x00000002. boardConfig=n42ap platform=s5l8950x[10:53:16.2991] _AMRestoreCopyDeviceMapPlistEntryForHardware: firmwareDirectory not in options[10:53:16.2994] DeviceRequest failed: 0xe000404f[10:53:16.2997] command device request for 'getenv radio-error' failed: 2008[10:53:16.2999] radio-error not set[10:53:16.3001] unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory[10:53:16.3003] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d1563ab30>: production fused device[10:53:16.3005] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:16.3016] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:16.3023] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:16.3043] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:16.3491] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d1563ab30>: operation 4 progress -1[10:53:16.3966] bootstrapping restore with iBEC[10:53:16.3968] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:16.3988] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:16.4108] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d1563ab30>: operation 31 progress -1[10:53:17.4124] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d1563ab30>: Recovery mode succeeded[10:53:17.4130] Finished Recovery Restore Phase: Successful[10:53:17.5143] Recovery mode device disconnected[10:53:17.5146] Recovery mode device disconnected[10:53:17.5148] Device removed when in state Restoring, moving device to transition state[10:53:17.5150] Changing state from 'Restoring' to 'Transitioning'[10:53:17.5153] Creating timer to monitor transition[10:53:19.6720] Recovery mode device connected[10:53:19.6722] Transitioning device returned, continuing restore.[10:53:19.6723] Canceling timer[10:53:19.6725] Changing state from 'Transitioning' to 'Restoring'[10:53:19.6727] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:19.6728] requested variant: Erase[10:53:19.6745] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:20.1654] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: withApTicket is False[10:53:20.1658] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "RestoreLogo"[10:53:20.1662] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "RestoreDeviceTree"[10:53:20.1667] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "RestoreKernelCache"[10:53:20.1671] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "RestoreRamDisk"[10:53:20.1674] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "iBEC"[10:53:20.1676] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: entry "iBSS" has been previously personalized; skipping it[10:53:20.1680] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "KernelCache"[10:53:20.1683] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: entry "LLB" has been previously personalized; skipping it[10:53:20.1688] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "AppleLogo"[10:53:20.1691] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryCharging1"[10:53:20.1695] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryFull"[10:53:20.1699] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryPlugin"[10:53:20.1703] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryCharging0"[10:53:20.1707] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryLow0"[10:53:20.1712] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryLow1"[10:53:20.1716] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "RecoveryMode"[10:53:20.1720] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "DeviceTree"[10:53:20.1724] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "iBoot"[10:53:20.1727] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: nothing to be done[10:53:20.1731] iBoot build-version = iBoot-1940.3.5[10:53:20.1734] iBoot build-style = RELEASE[10:53:20.1737] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:20.1740] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:20.1745] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:20.1757] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:20.1766] unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory[10:53:20.1771] found device map entry for 0x00008950 0x00000002. boardConfig=n42ap platform=s5l8950x[10:53:20.1775] _AMRestoreCopyDeviceMapPlistEntryForHardware: firmwareDirectory not in options[10:53:20.1779] DeviceRequest failed: 0xe000404f[10:53:20.1782] command device request for 'getenv radio-error' failed: 2008[10:53:20.1785] radio-error not set[10:53:20.1787] unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory[10:53:20.1791] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d16edfcf0>: production fused device[10:53:20.1794] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:20.1805] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:20.1813] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:20.1834] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:20.2282] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d16edfcf0>: operation 4 progress -1[10:53:20.2754] unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory[10:53:20.2762] found device map entry for 0x00008950 0x00000002. boardConfig=n42ap platform=s5l8950x[10:53:20.2769] _AMRestoreCopyDeviceMapPlistEntryForHardware: firmwareDirectory not in options[10:53:20.2776] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:20.2802] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:20.2816] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:20.2851] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:20.2862] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d16edfcf0>: operation 42 progress -1[10:53:20.2867] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:20.2889] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:21.3216] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d16edfcf0>: operation 5 progress -1[10:53:21.6870] unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory[10:53:21.6874] found device map entry for 0x00008950 0x00000002. boardConfig=n42ap platform=s5l8950x[10:53:21.6878] _AMRestoreCopyDeviceMapPlistEntryForHardware: firmwareDirectory not in options[10:53:21.6881] DeviceRequest failed: 0xe000404f[10:53:21.6884] command device request for 'getenv ramdisk-delay' failed: 2008[10:53:23.3506] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d16edfcf0>: operation 6 progress -1[10:53:24.3622] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d16edfcf0>: operation 7 progress -1[10:53:24.6932] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d16edfcf0>: operation 8 progress -1[10:53:24.6935] unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory[10:53:24.6937] found device map entry for 0x00008950 0x00000002. boardConfig=n42ap platform=s5l8950x[10:53:24.6940] _AMRestoreCopyDeviceMapPlistEntryForHardware: firmwareDirectory not in options[10:53:24.6943] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d16edfcf0>: operation 9 progress -1[10:53:24.6945] <Recovery Mode Device 0x7f9d16edfcf0>: Recovery mode succeeded[10:53:24.6948] Finished Recovery Restore Phase: Successful[10:53:25.8983] Recovery mode device disconnected[10:53:25.8984] Device removed when in state Restoring, moving device to transition state[10:53:25.8987] Changing state from 'Restoring' to 'Transitioning'[10:53:25.8989] Creating timer to monitor transition[10:53:28.3991] RestoreOS mode device connected[10:53:28.3992] Transitioning device returned, continuing restore.[10:53:28.3994] Canceling timer[10:53:28.3996] Changing state from 'Transitioning' to 'Restoring'[10:53:28.4028] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 44 progress -1[10:53:28.4036] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:28.4039] requested variant: Erase[10:53:28.4054] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:28.8914] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: withApTicket is False[10:53:28.8918] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "RestoreLogo"[10:53:28.8922] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "RestoreDeviceTree"[10:53:28.8927] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "RestoreKernelCache"[10:53:28.8929] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "RestoreRamDisk"[10:53:28.8932] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "iBEC"[10:53:28.8934] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: entry "iBSS" has been previously personalized; skipping it[10:53:28.8937] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "KernelCache"[10:53:28.8940] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: entry "LLB" has been previously personalized; skipping it[10:53:28.8944] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "AppleLogo"[10:53:28.8948] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryCharging1"[10:53:28.8952] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryFull"[10:53:28.8956] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryPlugin"[10:53:28.8961] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryCharging0"[10:53:28.8965] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryLow0"[10:53:28.8968] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "BatteryLow1"[10:53:28.8971] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "RecoveryMode"[10:53:28.8973] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "DeviceTree"[10:53:28.8976] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: not personalizing "iBoot"[10:53:28.8978] amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleCreateServerRequestDictionary: nothing to be done[10:53:28.8981] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:28.8983] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:28.9006] device did not return saved USB log[10:53:28.9009] device did not return saved panic log[10:53:28.9011] previous restore failed with exit status 0x100[10:53:28.9035] connected to service com.apple.mobile.restored[10:53:28.9038] using protocol version 13[10:53:28.9084] unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory[10:53:28.9087] board config = n42ap[10:53:28.9113] no value returned for BootArgs[10:53:28.9116] _copyDeviceProperty() failed for restore bootargs[10:53:28.9132] no value returned for MarketingPartNumber[10:53:28.9135] _copyDeviceProperty() failed for mpn[10:53:28.9138] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:53:28.9158] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:53:28.9194] value query for 'HardwareModel' returned 'N42AP'[10:53:28.9244] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 28 progress -1[10:53:44.9192] previous restore failed: '[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 145] created partition 4 as 'Filesystem'[10:53:44.9192] Pthread support ABORTS when sync kernel primitives misused[10:53:44.9192] BSD root: md0, major 3, minor 0[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 157] published partition 4[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 145] created partition 5 as 'System Config'[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 145] created partition 6 as 'Diagnostic Data'[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 145] created partition 7 as 'Bad Block Table'[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 157] published partition 7[10:53:44.9192] AppleSamsungSerial: Identified Serial Port on ARM Device=uart1 at 0x32600000(0x9cb9d000)[10:53:44.9192] com.apple.AppleFSCompressionTypeZlib kmod start[10:53:44.9192] AppleSwissPPNFTL started with IOFlashStoragePartition provider[10:53:44.9192] [NAND] _FindFlashMediaAndKeepout:601 physical nand block offset 1[10:53:44.9192] AppleNANDFTL registered[NAND] start:356 this 0xa31aa800 PROVIDER=0xa2e64100 flashMedia=0xa2e64100[10:53:44.9192] [NAND] WMR_Start:149 Apple PPN NAND Driver, Read/Write[10:53:44.9192] [NAND] WMR_Start:174 FIL_Init  [OK][10:53:44.9192] AppleSamsungSerial: Identified Serial Port on ARM Device=uart3 at 0x32800000(0x9cbce000)[10:53:44.9192] com.apple.AppleFSCompressionTypeZlib load succeeded[10:53:44.9192] L2TP domain init[10:53:44.9192] L2TP domain init complete[10:53:44.9192] PPTP domain init[10:53:44.9192] Scaler 0 enableDeviceClock(true,HALF_CLOCK_INDEX) = 0x0[10:53:44.9192] Scaler 0 enableDeviceClock(true,FULL_CLOCK_INDEX) = 0x0[10:53:44.9192] Scaler 0 enableDevicePower(true,0,HALF_CLOCK_INDEX) = 0x0[10:53:44.9192] Scaler 0 enableDeviceClock(false,FULL_CLOCK_INDEX) = 0x0[10:53:44.9192] CLCD not initied by iBoot, driver will not load[10:53:44.9192] [NAND] WMR_Open:371 VFL_Open    [OK][10:53:44.9192] Scaler 1 enableDeviceClock(true,HALF_CLOCK_INDEX) = 0x0[10:53:44.9192] Scaler 1 enableDeviceClock(true,FULL_CLOCK_INDEX) = 0x0[10:53:44.9192] Scaler 1 enableDevicePower(true,0,HALF_CLOCK_INDEX) = 0x0[10:53:44.9192] Scaler 1 enableDeviceClock(false,FULL_CLOCK_INDEX) = 0x0[10:53:44.9192] AppleH4CamIn::start - back camera expected[10:53:44.9192] AppleH4CamIn::start - front camera expected[10:53:44.9192] AppleH4CamIn::power_off_hardware[10:53:44.9192] AppleH4CamIn::setPowerStateGated: 0[10:53:44.9192] AppleMultitouchN1SPI: successfully started[10:53:44.9192] AppleAP3DSH::probe found device with ID: 0x3f[10:53:44.9192] AppleAP3DSH::handleStart _calibrationMatrix [65149 -1004 -881] [-2131 64608 -379] [481 595 66374][10:53:44.9192] AppleAP3DSH::handleStart _calibrationOffsets [950093 -603282 3384666][10:53:44.9192] AppleAP3DSH::handleStart - No calibration inverse matrix or the data is invalid, Compute locally[10:53:44.9192] AppleAP3DSH::handleStart _calibrationInverseMatrix [65953 1016 880] [2172 66508 408] [-497 -603 64699][10:53:44.9192] AppleAP3DSH::handleStart _odr400HzSampleInterval = 2433[10:53:44.9192] AppleD1972PMUPowerSource: AppleUSBCableDetect 1[10:53:44.9192] AppleD1972PMUPowerSource: AppleUSBCableType USBHost[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_handleUSBCableConnect cable connected, but don't have device configuration yet[10:53:44.9192] AppleCS35L19Amp: could not allocate control 395[10:53:44.9192] AppleD1972PMUPowerSource: AppleUSBCableDetect 0[10:53:44.9192] AppleD1972PMUPowerSource: AppleUSBCableType Detached[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_handleUSBCableConnect cable connected, but don't have device configuration yet[10:53:44.9192] AppleMultitouchN1SPI: detected HBPP. driver will be kept alive[10:53:44.9192] AppleD1972PMUPowerSource: AppleUSBCableDetect 1[10:53:44.9192] AppleD1972PMUPowerSource: AppleUSBCableType USBHost[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_handleUSBCableConnect cable connected, but don't have device configuration yet[10:53:44.9192] inverting UI colordisplay-scale = 2[10:53:44.9192] display-rotation = 0[10:53:44.9192] found applelogo at /usr/share/progressui/applelogo@2x.tga[10:53:44.9192] unable to find a usable display[10:53:44.9192] unable to get framebuffer[10:53:44.9192] found PTP interface[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice - Configuration: PTP[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice          Interface: PTP[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice - Configuration: iPod USB Interface[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice          Interface: USBAudioControl[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice          Interface: USBAudioStreaming[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice          Interface: IapOverUsbHid[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice - Configuration: PTP + Apple Mobile Device[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice          Interface: PTP[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice          Interface: AppleUSBMux[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice - Configuration: PTP + Apple Mobile Device + Apple USB Ethernet[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice          Interface: PTP[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice          Interface: AppleUSBMux[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice          Interface: AppleUSBEthernet[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function USBAudioStreaming[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function AppleUSBEthernet[10:53:44.9192] IOAccessoryPortUSB::start[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function USBAudioControl[10:53:44.9192] virtual bool AppleUSBDeviceMux::start(IOService *) build: Sep 27 2013 23:30:36[10:53:44.9192] init_waste[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function AppleUSBMux[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function IapOverUsbHid[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function PTP[10:53:44.9192] AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::startUSBStack Starting usb stack[10:53:44.9192] IOReturn AppleUSBDeviceMux::setPropertiesGated(OSObject *) setting debug level to 7[10:53:44.9192] 000169.889813 wlan.N[0] AppleBCMWLANBusInterfaceHSIC::attachBusGated():  AppleBCMWLANBusInterfaceHSIC (0xa3c5a800) -->>-- AppleBCMWLANBusInterfaceHSICShim (0xa43240c0)[10:53:44.9192] AppleBCMWLANCore::init(): IO80211-40 Sep 27 2013 22:57:52[10:53:44.9192] AppleBCMWLANCore::init(): AppleBCMWLANV2-249.2 Sep 27 2013 23:32:48 release[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa482f268 established 62078<-lo0->49152 62078<-usb->56320[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa482f268[10:53:44.9192] recv(13, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa482f268 established 62078<-lo0->49153 62078<-usb->56576[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa482f210 established 62078<-lo0->49154 62078<-usb->56832[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa482f1b8 established 62078<-lo0->49155 62078<-usb->57088[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa482f210[10:53:44.9192] recv(14, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa482f1b8[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa482f1b8 established 62078<-lo0->49156 62078<-usb->57344[10:53:44.9192] recv(15, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa482f268[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa482f210 established 62078<-lo0->49157 62078<-usb->57600[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa482f268 established 62078<-lo0->49158 62078<-usb->57856[10:53:44.9192] recv(13, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa482f268[10:53:44.9192] recv(13, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa482f210[10:53:44.9192] recv(15, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa482f210 established 62078<-lo0->49159 62078<-usb->58112[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa482f210[10:53:44.9192] recv(13, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] 000169.996345 wlan.N[1] AppleBCMWLANCore::start(): Starting with MAC Address: <<<mac address>>>[10:53:44.9192] 000169.996747 wlan.N[2] AppleBCMWLANCore::setPowerStateGated():   powerState 1, fStateFlags 0x20, dev 0x80326000 (this 1, provider 0)[10:53:44.9192] 000169.996762 wlan.N[3] AppleBCMWLANCore::setPowerStateGated():  Received power state change before driver has initialized, ignoring[10:53:44.9192] IO80211Peer::addPhyStatistics Phy stats started for addr <<<mac address>>>[10:53:44.9192] IO80211Peer::addPhyStatistics Tx Completion stats started for addr <<<mac address>>>[10:53:44.9192] IO80211PeerManager::initWithInterface cant add monitoring timer[10:53:44.9192] Started logging for intf[10:53:44.9192] IO80211PeerManager::initWithInterface: inited peer manager[10:53:44.9192] IO80211Interface::init peerManager=0xa4de4400[10:53:44.9192] start:156[10:53:44.9192] start:156[10:53:44.9192] [NAND] WMR_Open:420 FTL_Open    [OK][10:53:44.9192] [NAND] _publishServices:642 FTL capabilities: 0x00000001[10:53:44.9192] [NAND] _ppnvflGetStruct:3469 Checking borrowed blocks - count: 23 max_count: 23[10:53:44.9192] [NAND] _fetchBorrowedList:881 number of borrowed blocks 16[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 157] published partition 0[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 157] published partition 1[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 157] published partition 2[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 157] published partition 3[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 157] published partition 5[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@ 157] published partition 6[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa500ca50 established 62078<-lo0->49160 62078<-usb->58368[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa500ca50[10:53:44.9192] recv(9, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa500ca50 established 62078<-lo0->49161 62078<-usb->58624[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa500ca50[10:53:44.9192] recv(9, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa500ca50 established 62078<-lo0->49162 62078<-usb->58880[10:53:44.9192] unrecognized key 'BootArgs' in value query[10:53:44.9192] failed to handle value query for key 'BootArgs', sending back empty response[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa500ca50[10:53:44.9192] recv(9, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa500ca50 established 62078<-lo0->49163 62078<-usb->59136[10:53:44.9192] unrecognized key 'MarketingPartNumber' in value query[10:53:44.9192] failed to handle value query for key 'MarketingPartNumber', sending back empty response[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa500ca50[10:53:44.9192] recv(9, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa500ca50 established 62078<-lo0->49164 62078<-usb->59392[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(mbuf_t) received reset, closing 0xa500ca50[10:53:44.9192] recv(9, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] could not receive message[10:53:44.9192] client protocol version 13[10:53:44.9192] *** UUID 360DBEAB-9524-1042-B7B7-D4CE5137AC4D ***[10:53:44.9192] Restore options:[10:53:44.9192]      UUID                           => <CFString 0x1564af90 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "360DBEAB-9524-1042-B7B7-D4CE5137AC4D"}[10:53:44.9192]      MinimumSystemPartition         => <CFNumber 0x1564aee0 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = +1589, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}[10:53:44.9192]      SystemPartitionSize            => <CFNumber 0x1564a8e0 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = +1589, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}[10:53:44.9192]      SystemPartitionPadding         => <CFBasicHash 0x1564b1f0 [0x3d0ad0]>{type = mutable dict, count = 5,[10:53:44.9192] entries =>[10:53:44.9192]      2 : <CFString 0x1564b1a0 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "128"} = <CFNumber 0x1564af10 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = +1280, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}[10:53:44.9192]      3 : <CFString 0x1564ae20 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "16"} = <CFNumber 0x1564af40 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = +160, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}[10:53:44.9192]      4 : <CFString 0x1564aeb0 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "32"} = <CFNumber 0x1564ac20 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = +320, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}[10:53:44.9192]      5 : <CFString 0x1564ab20 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "8"} = <CFNumber 0x1564a5e0 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = +80, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}[10:53:44.9192]      8 : <CFString 0x1564abd0 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "64"} = <CFNumber 0x1564ab10 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = +640, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}[10:53:44.9192] }[10:53:44.9192][10:53:44.9192] entering load_sep_os[10:53:44.9192] device has no sep[10:53:44.9192] entering partition_nand_device[10:53:44.9192] device supports boot-from-NAND[10:53:44.9192] nand device is already partitioned[10:53:44.9192] entering wait_for_storage_device[10:53:44.9192] Searching for NAND service[10:53:44.9192] Found NAND service: IOFlashStoragePartition[10:53:44.9192] NAND initialized. Waiting for devnode.[10:53:44.9192] entering clear_remap_variable[10:53:44.9192] waiting for matching IOKit service: <CFBasicHash 0x1564a9b0 [0x3d0ad0]>{type = mutable dict, count = 2,[10:53:44.9192] entries =>[10:53:44.9192]      0 : <CFString 0x1c5e98 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "IOResourceMatch"} = <CFString 0x156498e0 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "IONVRAM"}[10:53:44.9192]      2 : <CFString 0x529f00 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "IOProviderClass"} = <CFString 0x1564a960 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "IOResources"}[10:53:44.9192] }[10:53:44.9192][10:53:44.9192] executing /usr/sbin/nvram[10:53:44.9192] entering format_effaceable_storage[10:53:44.9192] effaceable storage is formatted, clearing it[10:53:44.9192] [effaceable:INIT] found current generation, 46, in group 1[10:53:44.9192] [effaceable:INIT] started[10:53:44.9192] [effaceable:INIT] started[10:53:44.9192] effaceable storaged cleared[10:53:44.9192] entering ramrod_probe_media[10:53:44.9192] device partitioning scheme is GPT[10:53:44.9192] find_filesystem_partitions: storage=/dev/disk0s1 system=/dev/disk0s1s1 data=/dev/disk0s1s2[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/fsck_hfs[10:53:44.9192] ** /dev/rdisk0s1s1[10:53:44.9192]    Executing fsck_hfs (version hfs-227).[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.[10:53:44.9192] ** Detected a case-sensitive volume.[10:53:44.9192]    The volume name is InnsbruckTaos11B554a.N42OS[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extents overflow file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking multi-linked files.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog hierarchy.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extended attributes file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume bitmap.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume information.[10:53:44.9192] ** Trimming unused blocks.[10:53:44.9192] ** The volume InnsbruckTaos11B554a.N42OS appears to be OK.[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/mount_hfs[10:53:44.9192] /dev/disk0s1s1 mounted on /mnt1[10:53:44.9192] entering check_for_restore_log[10:53:44.9192] found restore log (size = 28041)[10:53:44.9192] entering unmount_filesystems[10:53:44.9192] error unmounting '/mnt2': Invalid argument[10:53:44.9192] entering clean_NAND[10:53:44.9192] NAND format complete[10:53:44.9192] entering ramrod_probe_media[10:53:44.9192] find_filesystem_partitions: storage=/dev/disk0 system= data=[10:53:44.9192] entering format_storage_for_LwVM[10:53:44.9192] entering ramrod_probe_media[10:53:44.9192] device partitioning scheme is GPT[10:53:44.9192] unexpected partition 'LwVM' - skipping[10:53:44.9192] find_filesystem_partitions: storage=/dev/disk0s1 system= data=[10:53:44.9192] entering create_filesystem_partitions[10:53:44.9192] User specified system partition size, skipping firmware extras size.[10:53:44.9192] system partition padding size is: 167772160 bytes[10:53:44.9192] unable to open : No such file or directory[10:53:44.9192] creating 2 partitions[10:53:44.9192] creating encrypted data partition[10:53:44.9192] entering ramrod_probe_media[10:53:44.9192] device partitioning scheme is GPT[10:53:44.9192] find_filesystem_partitions: storage=/dev/disk0s1 system=/dev/disk0s1s1 data=/dev/disk0s1s2[10:53:44.9192] wipe entire partition: 1 (old = 0 new = 1749)[10:53:44.9192] block size for /dev/disk0s1s1: 4096[10:53:44.9192] /sbin/newfs_hfs -s -v System -J /dev/disk0s1s1[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/newfs_hfs -s -v System -J /dev/disk0s1s1[10:53:44.9192] Initialized /dev/rdisk0s1s1 as a 2 GB case-sensitive HFS Plus volume with a 8192k journal[10:53:44.9192] block size for /dev/disk0s1s2: 4096[10:53:44.9192] /sbin/newfs_hfs -s -v Data -J -P /dev/disk0s1s2[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/newfs_hfs -s -v Data -J -P /dev/disk0s1s2[10:53:44.9192] Initialized /dev/rdisk0s1s2 as a 13 GB case-sensitive HFS Plus volume with a 8192k journal[10:53:44.9192] entering ramrod_probe_media[10:53:44.9192] device partitioning scheme is GPT[10:53:44.9192] find_filesystem_partitions: storage=/dev/disk0s1 system=/dev/disk0s1s1 data=/dev/disk0s1s2[10:53:44.9192] entering mount_filesystems[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/fsck_hfs[10:53:44.9192] ** /dev/rdisk0s1s1[10:53:44.9192]    Executing fsck_hfs (version hfs-227).[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.[10:53:44.9192] ** Detected a case-sensitive volume.[10:53:44.9192]    The volume name is System[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extents overflow file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking multi-linked files.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog hierarchy.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extended attributes file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume bitmap.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume information.[10:53:44.9192] ** Trimming unused blocks.[10:53:44.9192] ** The volume System appears to be OK.[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/mount_hfs[10:53:44.9192] /dev/disk0s1s1 mounted on /mnt1[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/fsck_hfs[10:53:44.9192] ** /dev/rdisk0s1s2[10:53:44.9192]    Executing fsck_hfs (version hfs-227).[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.[10:53:44.9192] ** Detected a case-sensitive volume.[10:53:44.9192]    The volume name is Data[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extents overflow file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking multi-linked files.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog hierarchy.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extended attributes file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume bitmap.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume information.[10:53:44.9192] ** Trimming unused blocks.[10:53:44.9192] ** The volume Data appears to be OK.[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/mount_hfs[10:53:44.9192] /dev/disk0s1s2 mounted on /mnt2[10:53:44.9192] entering resize_system_partition_to_options[10:53:44.9192] User specified system partition size, skipping firmware extras size.[10:53:44.9192] Found SystemPartitionPadding value of 167772160 bytes[10:53:44.9192] Erasing system partition prior to resize operation.[10:53:44.9192] block size for /dev/disk0s1s1: 4096[10:53:44.9192] /sbin/newfs_hfs -s -v System -J /dev/disk0s1s1[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/newfs_hfs -s -v System -J /dev/disk0s1s1[10:53:44.9192] Initialized /dev/rdisk0s1s1 as a 2 GB case-sensitive HFS Plus volume with a 8192k journal[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/fsck_hfs[10:53:44.9192] ** /dev/rdisk0s1s1[10:53:44.9192]    Executing fsck_hfs (version hfs-227).[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.[10:53:44.9192] ** Detected a case-sensitive volume.[10:53:44.9192]    The volume name is System[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extents overflow file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking multi-linked files.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog hierarchy.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extended attributes file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume bitmap.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume information.[10:53:44.9192] ** Trimming unused blocks.[10:53:44.9192] ** The volume System appears to be OK.[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/mount_hfs[10:53:44.9192] /dev/disk0s1s1 mounted on /mnt1[10:53:44.9192] Trying to resize system partition to 1833959424 bytes aka 1749 MB[10:53:44.9192] entering adjust_partition[10:53:44.9192] partition: requiredSize=447744[10:53:44.9192] no change in size[10:53:44.9192] Successfully resized the system partition[10:53:44.9192] entering maximize_data_partition[10:53:44.9192] entering adjust_partition[10:53:44.9192] partition: requiredSize=<<<<<IMEI>>>>>>6[10:53:44.9192] maximizing data partition to 14020509695 bytes[10:53:44.9192] entering adjust_partition[10:53:44.9192] partition: requiredSize=3422976[10:53:44.9192] no change in size[10:53:44.9192] Successfully resized data partition to consume free blocks[10:53:44.9192] The system partition now has a total HFS+ capacity of 1749 MB[10:53:44.9192] entering ramrod_probe_media[10:53:44.9192] device partitioning scheme is GPT[10:53:44.9192] find_filesystem_partitions: storage=/dev/disk0s1 system=/dev/disk0s1s1 data=/dev/disk0s1s2[10:53:44.9192] entering unmount_filesystems[10:53:44.9192] entering ramrod_ticket_update[10:53:44.9192] looking up root ticket hash[10:53:44.9192] device tree ticket-hash: <CFData 0x155547e0 [0x3d0ad0]>{length = 20, capacity = 20, bytes = 0x<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>}[10:53:44.9192] ticket_hash: <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<UDID>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>[10:53:44.9192] received valid ticket (2729 bytes)[10:53:44.9192] entering restore_images[10:53:44.9192] Successfully marked device node /dev/rdisk0s1s1 as static data[10:53:44.9192] executing /usr/sbin/asr -source asr://localhost:12345 -target /dev/disk0s1s1 -erase -noprompt --chunkchecksum --puppetstrings[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult(struct BulkUSBMuxSession *, errno_t) new session to port 12345 failed: 61[10:53:44.9192] void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult(struct BulkUSBMuxSession *, errno_t) new session to port 12345 failed: 61[10:53:44.9192] ASR: asr: Unable to disable idle sleep - -536870199[10:53:44.9192] ASR STATUS: start     241.1     multicast-client[10:53:44.9192] ASR: Waiting for connection attempt from server[10:53:44.9192] AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xa500c6e0 established 12345<-lo0->49167 12345<-usb->60160[10:53:44.9192] ASR STATUS: setup[10:53:44.9192] ASR: Validating target...[10:53:44.9192] ASR: done[10:53:44.9192] ASR STATUS: metadata[10:53:44.9192] ASR: Validating source...[10:53:44.9192] ASR: done[10:53:44.9192] ASR: Retrieving scan information...[10:53:44.9192] ASR: done[10:53:44.9192] ASR: Validating sizes...[10:53:44.9192] ASR: done[10:53:44.9192] ASR STATUS: restore[10:53:44.9192] ASR RESTORE PROGRESS: 2%[10:53:44.9192] ASR RESTORE PROGRESS: 4%[10:53:44.9192] ASR RESTORE PROGRESS: 6%[10:53:44.9192] ASR RESTORE PROGRESS: 8%[10:53:44.9192] ASR RESTORE PROGRESS: 10%[10:53:44.9192] ASR RESTORE PROGRESS: 12%[10:53:44.9192] ASR RESTORE PROGRESS: 14%[10:53:44.9192] ASR RESTORE PROGRESS: 16%[10:53:44.9192] ASR RESTORE PROGRESS: 18%[10:53:44.9192] ASR RESTORE 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KiB/s[10:53:44.9192] ASR STATUS: finish[10:53:44.9192] entering ramrod_probe_media[10:53:44.9192] device partitioning scheme is GPT[10:53:44.9192] find_filesystem_partitions: storage=/dev/disk0s1 system=/dev/disk0s1s1 data=/dev/disk0s1s2[10:53:44.9192] entering mount_filesystems[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/fsck_hfs[10:53:44.9192] ** /dev/rdisk0s1s1[10:53:44.9192]    Executing fsck_hfs (version hfs-227).[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.[10:53:44.9192] ** Detected a case-sensitive volume.[10:53:44.9192]    The volume name is InnsbruckTaos11B554a.N42OS[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extents overflow file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking multi-linked files.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog hierarchy.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extended attributes file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume bitmap.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume information.[10:53:44.9192] ** Trimming unused blocks.[10:53:44.9192] ** The volume InnsbruckTaos11B554a.N42OS appears to be OK.[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/mount_hfs[10:53:44.9192] /dev/disk0s1s1 mounted on /mnt1[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/fsck_hfs[10:53:44.9192] ** /dev/rdisk0s1s2[10:53:44.9192]    Executing fsck_hfs (version hfs-227).[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.[10:53:44.9192] ** Detected a case-sensitive volume.[10:53:44.9192]    The volume name is Data[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extents overflow file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking multi-linked files.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking catalog hierarchy.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking extended attributes file.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume bitmap.[10:53:44.9192] ** Checking volume information.[10:53:44.9192] ** Trimming unused blocks.[10:53:44.9192] ** The volume Data appears to be OK.[10:53:44.9192] executing /sbin/mount_hfs[10:53:44.9192] /dev/disk0s1s2 mounted on /mnt2[10:53:44.9192] entering install_kernel_cache[10:53:44.9192] writing kernelcache to /mnt1/System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kernelcaches/kernelcache[10:53:44.9192] entering install_secure_vault_daemon[10:53:44.9192] entering get_hardware_platform[10:53:44.9192] platform-name = s5l8950x[10:53:44.9192] linking /mnt1/usr/sbin/securekeyvaultd to /mnt1/usr/sbin/securekeyvaultd.s5l8950x[10:53:44.9192] no securekeyvaultd for s5l8950x[10:53:44.9192] entering ramrod_ticket_write[10:53:44.9192] writing ticket to /mnt1/System/Library/Caches/apticket.der[10:53:44.9192] entering update_device_firmware[10:53:44.9192] create_baseband_update_options: Got imeisv: 6[10:53:44.9192] baseband updater options = <CFBasicHash 0x1564bca0 [0x3d0ad0]>{type = mutable dict, count = 3,[10:53:44.9192] entries =>[10:53:44.9192]      0 : <CFString 0x1c7238 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "IMEISwVersion"} = <CFNumber 0x15553aa0 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = +6, type = kCFNumberSInt32Type}[10:53:44.9192]      1 : <CFString 0x1c7298 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "autoSetupEnv"} = <CFBoolean 0x3d0e88 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = false}[10:53:44.9192]      2 : <CFString 0x1c72a8 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "disablePing"} = <CFBoolean 0x3d0e80 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = true}[10:53:44.9192] }[10:53:44.9192][10:53:44.9192] _baseband_update_requires_system_filesystem_once: querying baseband to determine if it requires system filesystem[10:53:44.9192] _baseband_update_requires_system_filesystem_once: query returned <CFBasicHash 0x1564bb90 [0x3d0ad0]>{type = mutable dict, count = 3,[10:53:44.9192] entries =>[10:53:44.9192]      0 : <CFString 0x1c7008 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "requireSystemPartitionMount"} = <CFBoolean 0x3d0e80 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = true}[10:53:44.9192]      1 : <CFString 0x1c7028 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "requireUserPartitionMount"} = <CFBoolean 0x3d0e88 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = false}[10:53:44.9192]      2 : <CFString 0x1c7038 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "requireBasebandFSPartitionMount"} = <CFBoolean 0x3d0e88 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = false}[10:53:44.9192] }[10:53:44.9192][10:53:44.9192] entering update_iBoot[10:53:44.9192] found 'AppleImage3NORAccess' object in IORegistry[10:53:44.9192] entering update_iBoot_image3_NOR_access[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing illb data (length = 0x24a1a)[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing SCAB data (length = 0xaf0)[10:53:44.9192] ticket updated[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing ibot data (length = 0x4518c)[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing chg1 data (length = 0x88cc)[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing bat0 data (length = 0xaa4c)[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing batF data (length = 0x1484c)[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing logo data (length = 0x1a8c)[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing recm data (length = 0xdd8c)[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing dtre data (length = 0x153cc)[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing chg0 data (length = 0x260c)[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing bat1 data (length = 0x80c)[10:53:44.9192] write_image3_data: flashing glyP data (length = 0xf8c)[10:53:44.9192] AppleImage3NORAccess::_getSuperBlock imageVersion: 3[10:53:44.9192] AppleImage3NORAccess::_getSuperBlock imageVersion: 3[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@2289] first 2 pages of boot blocks written with copies of partition table[10:53:44.9192] entering update_gas_gauge[10:53:44.9192] entering update_ir_mcu[10:53:44.9192] looking for mcu nub...no entry from path![10:53:44.9192] TiSerialFlasher not supported on this platform. Exiting.[10:53:44.9192] entering update_baseband[10:53:44.9192] update_baseband: registering for progress notifications[10:53:44.9192] create_baseband_update_options: Got imeisv: 6[10:53:44.9192] baseband updater options = <CFBasicHash 0x1564bc60 [0x3d0ad0]>{type = mutable dict, count = 6,[10:53:44.9192] entries =>[10:53:44.9192]      0 : <CFString 0x1c71e8 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "SystemRoot"} = <CFString 0x1564b270 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "/mnt1"}[10:53:44.9192]      1 : <CFString 0x1c7238 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "IMEISwVersion"} = <CFNumber 0x15553aa0 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = +6, type = kCFNumberSInt32Type}[10:53:44.9192]      2 : <CFString 0x1c7298 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "autoSetupEnv"} = <CFBoolean 0x3d0e88 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = false}[10:53:44.9192]      3 : <CFString 0x1c7178 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "forceUpdate"} = <CFBoolean 0x3d0e80 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = true}[10:53:44.9192]      5 : <CFString 0x1c72a8 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "disablePing"} = <CFBoolean 0x3d0e80 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = true}[10:53:44.9192]      6 : <CFString 0x1c7198 [0x3d0ad0]>{contents = "DisallowFusiing"} = <CFBoolean 0x3d0e80 [0x3d0ad0]>{value = true}[10:53:44.9192] }[10:53:44.9192][10:53:44.9192] update_baseband: querying baseband info[10:53:44.9192] bbupdater: BEGIN: Querying info at stage first[10:53:44.9192] bbupdater:      BEGIN: Preparing first stage[10:53:44.9192] bbupdater:           Requested boot mode:  kBBUBootModeNone[10:53:44.9192] bbupdater:           Creating transport, attempts remaining 5...bbupdater:           FAILED(kBBUReturnIOError)[10:53:44.9192] bbupdater:           Creating transport, attempts remaining 4...bbupdater:           FAILED(kBBUReturnIOError)[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@3169] next 98 pages of boot blocks written with LLB image of size 150080 bytes[10:53:44.9192] [nand_part_core:INF@3172] final 156 pages of boot blocks written with random data in full page format[10:53:44.9192] bbupdater:           Creating transport, attempts remaining 3...bbupdater:           FAILED(kBBUReturnIOError)[10:53:44.9192] bbupdater:           Creating transport, attempts remaining 2...bbupdater:           FAILED(kBBUReturnIOError)[10:53:44.9192] bbupdater:           Creating transport, attempts remaining 1...bbupdater:           FAILED(kBBUReturnIOError)[10:53:44.9192] bbupdater:           Creating transport, attempts remaining 0...bbupdater:           FAILED(kBBUReturnIOError)[10:53:44.9192] bbupdater:      END(kBBUReturnIOError): Preparing first stage[10:53:44.9192] bbupdater: END(kBBUReturnIOError): Querying info at stage first[10:53:44.9192] send_bbupdate_status: sending baseband update status to host[10:53:44.9192] update_baseband: bbupdater error: The operation couldnU2019t be completed. (BBUpdater error 3 - Failed creating a communication transport to baseband.)[10:53:44.9192] 0: RamrodErrorDomain/3ec: update_baseband: failed querying baseband info[10:53:44.9192] 1: BBUpdater/3: Failed creating a communication transport to baseband.[10:53:44.9192] unable to convert ramrod error 1004[10:53:44.9192] restore failed with CFError:[10:53:44.9192] 0: AMRestoreErrorDomain/ffffffff: failed to update device firmware[10:53:44.9192] 1: AMRestoreErrorDomain/ffffffff: ramrod firmware update failed[10:53:44.9192] 2: RamrodErrorDomain/3ec: update_baseband: failed querying baseband info[10:53:44.9192] 3: BBUpdater/3: Failed creating a communication transport to baseband.[10:53:44.9192] waiting for host to acknowledge final status received...[10:53:44.9192] recv(14, 4) failed: connection closed[10:53:44.9192] unable to read message size: -1[10:53:44.9192] received NULL message from host, expected final status[10:53:44.9192] attempting to dump restore log[10:53:44.9192] writing log file: /mnt1/restore.log[10:53:44.9192][10:53:44.9192] ==== end of previous restore log ====[10:53:44.9856] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 29 progress -1[10:53:44.9858] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 29 progress -1[10:53:45.2908] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 11 progress -1[10:53:48.4182] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 12 progress -1[10:53:49.2358] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 12 progress -1[10:53:50.5451] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 16 progress -1[10:53:50.9508] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 16 progress -1[10:53:51.8280] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 51 progress -1[10:53:53.0799] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 29 progress -1[10:53:53.0860] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 29 progress -1[10:53:53.1247] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 0[10:54:03.1298] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 1[10:54:03.1301] ASR progress: 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<Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 13[10:54:09.1428] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:09.6494] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 14[10:54:09.6497] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:10.1086] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 15[10:54:10.1089] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:10.5578] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 16[10:54:10.5581] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:11.0033] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 17[10:54:11.0036] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:11.4447] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 18[10:54:11.4450] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:11.8943] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 19[10:54:11.8946] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:12.3436] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 20[10:54:12.3439] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:12.7919] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 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payload[10:54:17.7540] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 30[10:54:17.7543] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:18.1985] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 31[10:54:18.1989] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:18.6792] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 32[10:54:18.6794] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:19.1785] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 33[10:54:19.1788] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:19.6642] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 34[10:54:19.6646] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:20.1062] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 35[10:54:20.1065] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:20.6002] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 36[10:54:20.6005] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:21.1289] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 37[10:54:21.1292] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:21.7413] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 38[10:54:21.7416] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:22.3465] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 39[10:54:22.3469] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:22.9278] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 40[10:54:22.9283] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:23.5844] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 41[10:54:23.5847] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:24.1765] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 42[10:54:24.1768] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:24.6827] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 43[10:54:24.6830] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:25.1402] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 44[10:54:25.1405] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:25.5586] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 45[10:54:25.5590] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:25.9841] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 46[10:54:25.9844] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:26.4369] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 47[10:54:26.4372] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:26.9975] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 48[10:54:26.9978] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:27.5116] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 49[10:54:27.5119] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:28.0035] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 50[10:54:28.0039] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:28.5081] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 51[10:54:28.5084] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:29.0717] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 52[10:54:29.0720] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:29.6208] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 53[10:54:29.6211] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:30.0685] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 54[10:54:30.0688] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:30.5156] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 55[10:54:30.5159] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:30.9560] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 56[10:54:30.9563] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:31.3970] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 57[10:54:31.3973] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:31.8549] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 58[10:54:31.8552] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:32.4024] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 59[10:54:32.4027] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:32.8486] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 60[10:54:32.8490] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:33.2989] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 61[10:54:33.2992] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:33.9648] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 62[10:54:33.9651] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:34.6050] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 63[10:54:34.6053] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:35.1770] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 64[10:54:35.1773] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:35.6913] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 65[10:54:35.6916] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:36.1491] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 66[10:54:36.1494] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:36.6177] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 67[10:54:36.6180] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:37.1409] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 68[10:54:37.1415] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:37.9664] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 69[10:54:37.9668] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:38.4076] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 70[10:54:38.4079] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:38.9367] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 71[10:54:38.9370] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:39.4459] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 72[10:54:39.4462] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:39.9124] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 73[10:54:39.9127] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:40.3500] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 74[10:54:40.3503] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:40.8750] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 75[10:54:40.8754] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:41.3159] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 76[10:54:41.3162] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:41.7777] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 77[10:54:41.7780] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:42.2697] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 78[10:54:42.2701] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:42.7229] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 79[10:54:42.7233] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:43.2270] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 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payload[10:54:47.6342] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 89[10:54:47.6345] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:48.2813] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 90[10:54:48.2817] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:48.9445] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 91[10:54:48.9449] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:49.7481] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 92[10:54:49.7487] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:50.4270] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 93[10:54:50.4273] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:51.1844] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 94[10:54:51.1850] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:51.9783] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 95[10:54:51.9787] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:52.8526] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 96[10:54:52.8529] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:53.6692] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 97[10:54:53.6695] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:54.6477] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 98[10:54:54.6481] ASR progress: Sending payload[10:54:56.0787] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 13 progress 100[10:54:56.0790] ASR progress: Finished[10:54:56.6144] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 2[10:54:56.7924] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 4[10:54:56.9709] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 6[10:54:57.1487] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 8[10:54:57.3279] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 10[10:54:57.5061] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 12[10:54:57.6841] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 14[10:54:57.8619] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 16[10:54:58.0403] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 18[10:54:58.2066] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 20[10:54:58.3847] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 22[10:54:58.5626] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 24[10:54:58.7413] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 26[10:54:58.9189] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 28[10:54:59.0970] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 30[10:54:59.2747] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 32[10:54:59.4530] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 34[10:54:59.6311] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 36[10:54:59.8092] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 38[10:54:59.9759] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 40[10:55:00.1544] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 42[10:55:00.3320] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 44[10:55:00.5113] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 46[10:55:00.6896] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 48[10:55:00.8675] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 50[10:55:01.0451] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 52[10:55:01.2229] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 54[10:55:01.4010] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 56[10:55:01.5789] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 58[10:55:01.7455] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 60[10:55:01.9236] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 62[10:55:02.1018] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 64[10:55:02.2797] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 66[10:55:02.4575] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 68[10:55:02.6368] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 70[10:55:02.8148] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 72[10:55:02.9929] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 74[10:55:03.1707] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 76[10:55:03.3378] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 78[10:55:03.5155] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 80[10:55:03.6941] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 82[10:55:03.8717] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 84[10:55:04.0498] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 86[10:55:04.2279] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 88[10:55:04.4058] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 90[10:55:04.5838] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 92[10:55:04.7618] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 94[10:55:04.9397] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 96[10:55:05.1067] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 98[10:55:05.2824] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 14 progress 100[10:55:05.3461] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 16 progress -1[10:55:15.1069] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 16 progress -1[10:55:15.9868] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:55:15.9921] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:16.0272] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 27 progress -1[10:55:16.8542] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 27 progress -1[10:55:16.9873] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 35 progress -1[10:55:16.9880] requested restore behavior: Erase[10:55:16.9909] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:16.9949] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:16.9994] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:17.0026] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:17.0054] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:17.0082] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:17.0108] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:17.0138] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:17.0168] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:17.0198] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:17.0224] amai: AMAuthInstallBundleCopyBuildIdentityForVariant: No baseband chipid reported. Will match Build Identity based on ap chipid and boardid only.[10:55:17.1183] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 0[10:55:17.3767] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 16[10:55:17.3805] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 25[10:55:17.3836] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 33[10:55:17.3866] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 41[10:55:17.3894] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 50[10:55:17.3911] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 58[10:55:17.3929] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 66[10:55:17.3965] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 75[10:55:17.3997] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 83[10:55:17.4021] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 91[10:55:21.6107] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 18 progress 100[10:55:21.6115] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 46 progress -1[10:55:21.6121] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 46 progress -1[10:55:21.6129] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: operation 19 progress -1[10:55:33.0141] amai: AMAuthInstallBasebandHandleUpdaterStatus: commandAccepted: NO[10:55:33.0149] amai: AMAuthInstallBasebandHandleUpdaterStatus: outputDict is NULL[10:55:33.0157] AMRAuthInstallDeletePersonalizedBundle[10:55:33.1451] <Restore Device 0x7f9d16a1e4d0>: Restore failed (result = 1)[10:55:33.1467] Restore completed, status:1[10:55:33.1467] Failure Description:[10:55:33.1467] Depth:0 Error:AMRestorePerformRestoreModeRestoreWithError failed with error: 1[10:55:33.1467]    Depth:1 Error:The operation couldn’t be completed. (AMRestoreErrorDomain error 1 - Failed to handle baseband update status message)  If someone could please explain to me what is going wrong, I would really appreciate it. I would like to use this phone after I get a new LCD assembly. It doesn't make sense that it would work just fine, and after updating it/restoring it, the device is rendered useless? Thank you for what you come up with, John Side note:I have upated everything, iTunes, Windows Updates, Drivers, etc. Please do not tell me what I should obviously already have done, because the "simple" steps have not worked. Thanks.

Switched to Android recently people with iphone s are sending imessage.

Recently I switched from an iphone to Android. When people try to text me they send it as imessage and I don't receive it.Can I do anything so when people text me through there iPhones it sends as a regular text message?

Contacts issue when messaging iPhone

When starting a new message, I type the contact name in, and it shows multiple numbers, even though some have been deleted from my contacts and don't even show up when I view the actual contact, how do i delete the wrong ones completely? As below screenshots show, I type in the name to start a new message, and 2 numbers show up, however in the contact only 1 number is there, this person has deleted the old 426 number, and I have deleted from my contacts, but why does it still show up in messaging? I have texted it before, so I'm guessing it has something to do with iMessage memory or something. Regardless it is confusing sometimes because nobody remembers numbers anymore, and some of my contacts still have the old numbers in there but I'm not sure which is the correct one unless I just text both and find out. This is just one that I have deleted the incorrect one. Please help!

Notification Center iPhone 5

I deleted the Facebook Messenger app from my notification center but now I need it back because I don't get notified when I get a message. How do I fix this?

Messages on iPhone 4 iOS 5.1.1 to Messages 8.0 on OSX Mavericks not working

Hello All, I have a very specific issue with my wifes iPhone 4 on iOS 5.1.1 using Messages to send to my MacBook Pro (MBP) on OSX Mavericks with version 8.0 of Messages. I find that when ever she sends me a SMS via Messages going over Apples iCloud, that I don't get the message on the MBP and it shows with a red ! on her iPhone. I have tested a number of different situations, 1) At the moment, both my iPhone 4 (iOS 7.1) and MBP (Messages 8.0) are setup to receive via my mobile number.When I send a test SMS from her iPhone to my mobile number, the SMS makes it to my iPhone, but not on the MBP message, and she has a red ! on the SMS on her iPhone, I can try to resend the SMS a number of times and it never makes it to my MBP. 2) I then logged out of iMessage on the MBP message, so only my iPhone is setup to get SMS via iCloud.When I send a test SMS from her iPhone to my mobile number, the SMS makes it to my iPhone and all further SMS sent now work and there is no more red ! on her iPhone. 3) I then logged back into iMessage on the MBP and setup Messages to use my email address only.I then send a SMS from her iPhone to my email address, the SMS makes it and I get it on the MBP Messages. I send a second SMS and that works too.I then send a third SMS and that fails, there is now a red ! on the iPhone and no message on the MBP. After numerous re-sends and additional SMS to the same email address, I don't get anymore messages to the MBP. When looking at the syslog on the MBP, the only logging I have at the time of the SMS' being set are:Apr 17 11:35:41 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100165 createdApr 17 11:36:39 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100166 createdApr 17 11:36:51 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Killing auth hostsApr 17 11:36:51 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100165 destroyedApr 17 11:37:55 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100167 createdApr 17 11:37:56 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Killing auth hostsApr 17 11:37:56 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100166 destroyedApr 17 11:39:33 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100168 createdApr 17 11:39:33 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Killing auth hostsApr 17 11:39:33 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100167 destroyedApr 17 11:40:21 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100169 createdApr 17 11:40:47 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Killing auth hostsApr 17 11:40:47 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100168 destroyedApr 17 11:41:05 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100170 createdApr 17 11:41:33 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Killing auth hostsApr 17 11:41:33 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100169 destroyedApr 17 11:44:00 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100171 createdApr 17 11:44:01 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Killing auth hostsApr 17 11:44:01 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100170 destroyedApr 17 11:44:38 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100172 createdApr 17 11:44:48 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Killing auth hostsApr 17 11:44:48 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100164 destroyedApr 17 11:45:09 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Killing auth hostsApr 17 11:45:09 joshuas-mbp.gateway com.apple.SecurityServer[15]: Session 100171 destroyed Is anyone aware of a know issue with iOS 5.1.1 on iPhone 4 that has issues sending message via iCloud to Messages on OSX? I am not able to reinstall iOS 5.1.1 as it's not allowed anymore, I can't upgrade to iOS 6.1.x as that is not allowed either.I don't want to upgrade to iOS 7.1 as it's slow as anything on an iPhone 4 and Apple should have left iOS 6 as the last version for iPhone 4 ThanksJosh

iPhone 4s will not connect to WiFi

iPhone 4s suddenly will not connect to WiFi. Error message 'Unable to join the network "xxxx". It will connect eventually (after countless tries) but the connection is unstable. I tried resetting all the network settings to no avail. Is this a hardware problem or something else? Thanks

my iMessage only working with some iPhone s. Others are text messages on my phone and appear as message on my friends phone. I've tried resetting network but didn't work. suggestions iPhone 4S

My iMessage is only working with some iPhones. Others are text messages on my phone and appear as message on my friends phone. I've tried resetting the network but that didn't work. suggestions?!?

Weird message on iPhone . Won't turn on. iPhone 5

My phone completely shut off and this weird "findflashandkeepout..." message appeared on top of the phone.  Now it will not turn on at all. Please help.

My iPhone 5 stuck on searching for service

Ive tried everything ive read on forums here but nothing seems to be working! I have also tried to restore my iPhone but I cant without deleting find my iPhone and it keeps coming up with error message so I cant delete it! Cant delete my iCloud either! Driving me crazy! Not sure if restoring the phone will even fix it. Had service on Thursday and then it just randomly stopped working and hasnt come back on!  Could this be a hardware fault? Any helps appreciated!

my iphone locked and wont let me use my e-mail

Not clear. Need exact message - all of it. Cheers, GB

My iPhone shows message notification but are no unopened messages. How you clear notification off icon. iPhone 5s

I accidentally deleted a message string from someone, now the phone shows an unopened message. When you open the message app, there are no unopened message showing, but yet, the app icon still shows the unopened message. HELP! Jeff

Hard reset DFU recovery mode iPhone 4S

There are alot of ways people post on the internet on how to do this, sometmes that method is successful but in alot of cases its not.. I would like to have labeled this IOS rather than a single device.. --If you took your ios in for repair, and they said the battery was bad, try this--if after trying to update your ios with the new software your device stoped working try this--if you have tried geting into recovery mode by other methods and it quits before completion try this method--for anyone else that needs to do a fresh install try this method first, all other methods may or may not work,, this one will  step1: turn on the computer that you will conect to the IOS device. Make sure it has the latest itunes software, and that itunes is started.Step2: locate the wall power adapter that came with the ios device or use a wall power adapter that does not have any way to comunicate with the ios devicestep 3: plug the one end of the usb cord into the usb slot of the wall power adapter, the other end into the iphone and the wall adapter into an active power slot.          The reason for this much needed step, is sometimes there is a catch or other glich that will not allow the computer to ignore the write error and thus creating a conection failure, or the glich has caused the device to think there is a problem with a fully functioning battery despite the fact the battery is fine. step 4: with the device pluged into wall power           1)press and hold the power button (sometimes called the sleep/ wake botton or the menu botton on ipod classics)          2)after about ten secounds the apple logo should appear,, once that happens while continuing to hold the power botton start to hold the home botton (the round botton with the square in it or the fingure print botton in the 5s) you should hold both of these together for aproxiametly 5-10 secounds          3) now the apple logo should have disapeared, you need to continue to hold the home botton, but release the power botton          4)shortly after that the recovery mode should start, you will see the Itunes logo, and the USB adapter          ----------you have successfully entered a proper hard reset, other wise known as DFU mode, or recovery mode          5) quickly before the device quits this mode, unplug the device from wall power and plug it into the itunes enabled computerstep 5: Itunes will say,'itunes has detected a "put device name here" in recovery mode you must restore this "put device name here" before conectiong it to itunes"      CLICK ON "OK"step 6: click restore ipad, a message will pop up "Are you sure you want to restore the iPad “iPad” to its factory settings? All of your media and other data will be erased, and the newest version of the iPad software will be installed." CLICK ON Restore and Updatestep 7: wait for itunes to finish

Nerd Emoji iPhone 3G

Dear Apple,      The other day, I was having a casual conversation with my significant other. He was slightly mocking my nerdiness and I wanted to take pride in it by sending multiple "nerd" emojis. To my utter disappointment, there was none. I think I speak for all book worms, geeks, and nerds out there by writing this message. There should be, nay... NEEDS to be an emoji that embraces our knowledge seeking minds. You would think, of all businesses, Apple could not come up with a nerd emoji. As I wait for a new emoji to pop up on my toolbar, I will continue to be offended at the lack of appreciation of nerds.    Apple, let me ask you this.. What would the world be without nerds?  Ps. Feel free to get rid of the phases of the moon and multitude of unecessary coloured notebooks.

iPhone 5S frozen screen

Ever since I bought my new iPhone 5S last January, either the screen or the buttons freeze on an almost daily basis. If I manually restart it (home button and sleep/wake) it works just for a while and then it freezes again. This week I contacted the Apple support in Brazil (where I leave) several times and we tried different possibilities. First I was advised to perform a back-up and then reinstall the operational system. I did that and initially it seemed that the phone was going to work properly but then the problem came back.  I called again the Apple support and they guided me over the phone on how to set up the iphone as a new device. The first time I was not able to complete the restore process because of an error message (#2009).  The we tried again and a new error message (I believe # 21) appeared on the screen.  I tried to restore the iphone from a different computer and again several error messages appeared (# 2, 5, 2003).  During this process I was being guided by an Apple advisor who finally said that unfortunately the option was to send the device back to the US for repair (iPhone was bought there). Later I decided to give it another try and after several attempts I was finally able to complete the restore process without getting any error messages.  It has been less than two days and the screen is freezing again. I'd like to inform that the only application I have now is Whatsup, which I've downloaded today.  I believe this is not the problem because I was already experiencing some problems before that. To finish, the iPhone is frozen again. Considering all the above please let me know what I have to do next.

phone smashed. how i backup my iphone

i smashed the front of my ihpone and the screen is black and unresponsive but its still on because it vibrates when i recieve a message but when trying to back it up itunes asks me to unlock my iphone with the passcode but i cant. How do i not lose any of my data on the phone without entering a passcode?

Can t make in app purchases but can buy an app in app store iPhone 3G

I can't make any in app purchases, when I want to there will always be a message that call me to contact apple support while meantime I can buy app in the app store... Can someone help me please? What should I do??

How I get my non-jailbroken unlocked iphone out of restore mode without using itunes

   I've spent hours searching the internet for a solution to my problem but nothing has worked and it is a pretty uncommon problem. My iphone being in recovery mode is the third in a series of problems I've had with my iphone. First of all, I'm in a third world country where the internet is very slow and I've noticed itunes will not connect to the internet unless it is fast.      My iphone does this thing where it turns off even when the battery indicates over 30%-50% power. This happens more frequently when the service fluctuates or I try to take a picture or something. In January, I selected the option of encrypting my backups and backed up. Later, I deselected this option and then tried to backup but it would never complete. I couldn't sync either until I started exiting the backup process from windows tasks. Then it would skip to the sync and after show a message about itunes not being able to backup on this machine. So I haven't been able to backup in over 2 months.     Recently, my iphone did its turning off trick and as I tried to turn it on holding the power button, it entered recovery mode. The best option would be to go through itunes, but as I stated above, itunes will not connect. I've run diagnostics and although it picks up the internet connection, it says itunes cannot connect safely etc. I've run tinyumbrella and dr.phone's wondershare with the same result: My iphone just restarts and goes back to the restore screen.I need a solution that doesn't require a fast internet.    My iphone is 3GS 16GB and I updated the iOS once after 6.0. There was a prompt for a new version that I never updated to.

How I transfer photos from my iphone 5 to my PC

I have been having problems transferring photos to my PC. I am able to transfer the photos to my computer. The problem is that I can't make any changes to the photos. Like sometimes you need to rotate a picture or remove red eyes. I keep getting an error message that says "This picture can't be saved because of a problem with the picture's file properties.

How I contact my administrator iPhone 5C

I was ridiculed by other Apple customers on this forum, most notably Gail from Maine.  I was even called a troll (thanks FelipeV), even though I've been a dedicated Apple customer for 10 years and I've been a developer in their iOS Developer Program for 5 years.  I am happy to share my LinkedIn profile if anyone doubts I am a real person. Today, Apple removed my post from this forum "because it was nontechnical or off-topic."  When I try to access that post, I get this message on the Support Communities website:It appears you're not allowed to view what you requested. You might contact your administrator if you think this is a mistake. So here's a "technical" question then: How do I contact my adminstrator?  I want answers.  Clearly, administrators exist, contrary to Gail's opinion. Thanks for your help!-AJ PS: Gail, a Senior Busines & Software Analyst should perhaps not be so surprised to discover that a company like Apple actually does read the compltaints of its customers.  However, we should all be a little surprised that Apple seems to be attempting to suppress this allegation.  I plan to send the entire correspondence to my press contacts if Apple does not address this matter directly and promptly. <Link Edited By Host>

one contact not showing on sms ID iPhone

I have deleted the contact, readded the contact but cant get his name to appear when he texts me or when I go to contacts and touch the message cloud it goes to message but shows no name.  Sad when it's my husband!

sms alarm be continuous until msg read iPhone

Hi,  I am on-call and the sms ring tone is max 40 secs. notification doesn't seem to work though I pick 10. Is there any sms on-call software out there. I switch off all sounds at night, with that apps running, I can still receive continues alarms until I read the message? or is there an alternative way, so alarm can be continuous until I read the message? thanks Andrew

iPhone to iPod issues

First time poster on here so hopefully I can make sense! I upgraded to a new iPhone a few weeks so with Verizon. The new phone came with a SIM card that I'm using. I'm giving my old iPhone 4 to my mom. She isn't really technical and won't be using it as a phone. She'll be using it as an iPod touch. It still has the original SIM card in it and everything.  The issue I'm now having is getting the iMessage to work on the phone. I've made her a new ID and everything. I went to iCloud in the phone settings and switched it over to her username as well. I guess that's how I was supposed to. The issue is that the iMessage still won't activate. It's been waiting for activation for a while now. I not sure how to get it to work. I've went to FaceTime and it shows the waiting message as well.  I realize this question is asked a lot. I read a good number of them but all they seemed to talk about was the SIM card, which I already have. I never took it out of the phone.  I'm not the most technical person around either so if anyone could please, ya know, dumb down some help for me that would be great!

My iphone 4 randmonly started going into recoveery mode when i was trying to download ios 7.1 and now apple logo will come one and then fade to black and continue this process. My iphone wont restore either and will get 3194 error message.Help

My iphone 4 randmonly started going into recoveery mode when i was trying to download ios 7.1, and now the apple logo will come one and then fade to black and continue this process. My iphone wont restore either and will get the 3194 error message.Help please!

iPhone 5s QC-Getting bit sick of this

Last week I noticed that the screen in the phone I bought back in October ’13 was moving inside the bezel. I took it to the Genius Bar at the local Apple Store and they diagnosed it as delamination (the glue holding the screen in the bezel failed). They swapped it. In the middle of the week I noticed that the screen rotation wasn’t working properly but assumed it was just a bug that was fixed after a reset. When it kept happening I wondered if it was a hardware issue and checked the compass/level function- it was kaput. Back to the store yesterday and they did a complete reset, button combo thing and it seemed to clear the fault. After a few hours…nope, no screen rotation and the compass was dead. Back yet again in the evening and they swapped the phone. All is well today and we’re out enjoying the sun, I take a photo of my son with the phone and…aaaaaaaaaaaaargh! There’s a huge dust bunny in the frame. As a photographer I know the difference between crud on the lens and crud on the sensor- this is crud on the sensor and I can’t clean it like I would with my DSLR, obviously. The fifth appointment at the Genius Bar in the space of eight days is now booked.So - what do you all reckon the chances of the FOURTH phone in a week working are? Additonally, are the replacement phones brand new or are they refurbs? The Genius that I spoke to yesterday said that they are all new or 'as new' but if that is the case why do they come in different boxes? Generally I've been happy with Apple products and I can't deny that their customer service has been excellent on this but as I consider spending another wad of cash on an iPad Mini Retina in the next few weeks, I'm beginning to have second thoughts. message was edited by: J E Hunter message was edited by: J E Hunter

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I recently got a new iphone and my mom accidently synced it with her computer, so now I can't sync it with mine without getting the "This iphone is synced with another computer, would you like to erase and sync with this computer" message. I've already transfered all my pictures onto the iphone and I really don't want them to be erased, same with contacts. If I erase and sync, will it only erase and syn the music? If there is a chance that my pictures and contacts will be erased, is there a way to prevent losing them without saving all of my photos to my computer?

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i would like to share with you how i fixed my iphone 4s after ios 7.0.4 update and lose of wifi, bluetooth greyed out.  Ive resolved the grayed out wifi bluetooth issue, i just wanted to share thia with you and hope it works for you as well. Firstly i was innocently upgrading a fully working Iphone 4s no problems ever, after the ios 7.0.4 update i lost all wifi and bluetooth which was grey out. After having contacted apple they told me like everyone else hardwear issues, i never beleived this from the start as the iphone previously worked fine before the update. Also if you check settings - General - about phone - wifi has no address where as before it was fine.I almost believe in my case the ios 7.0.1 has deactivated the wifi hardware by not re-entering a address upon updating as a issue. As the iphone is out of warrenty apple informed me if the item has a issue we could replace for £166 for out of warrenty, "what for downloading apple software thats prevented a perfect phone from working"! I informed apple this is a common issue and on the apple support communities site many people have this issue, the response was dont believe anything online. Literally i searched the entire internet for solutions, from trying to downgrade software and use tinyumbrellas software to alter the host settings to enable itune to download without a popup message of  'this device isnt eligible for the requested build' basiscally a block download. To more obscure solutions such as placing the iphone in a freezer or using a hair dryer. Please check these online for further reference. I would just like to share the fact if all else fails and you dont believe the obscure solutions work please have another rethinken, as they did in my case as id like to share my resolution with you.Please check online for further references if you prefer, but i to was doubtful about this idea and melting the phone etc. Fix iphone greyed out wifi bluetooth problem - worked on a iphone 4s with recent ios 7.0.4 update worked fine before update on 7.0.3 1.Place a hairdryer 6 inches away, apply heat for 10 sec.  2.Then remove for a few seconds BE CAREFULL KEEP CHECKING. 3.Then repeat, till phone gets hot and upon the screen the iphone will say to hot to use. 4.Switch phone off and let cool down. 5.When you switch on it reactivates the wifi hardware with the software and you can use wifi and bluetooth again.  Im just a normal person thats had apple products for over 15 years due to being a designer, ive been messed about by apple and tried everything on the net and the only reason i post this is to offer a solution that may work for you as it did for me.If any one has another opinion then that is there opinion, but this worked in my case and what i state is my experience and thoughts on this issues.All i intend is to try and help others as other online advice helpped me.

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This is my problem and forgive me if it's been asked before but I'm getting old and have no patience to scour the internet.   I have 6 kids, my wife, and myself ALL with iphones. We also have various apple devices in the house including ipads, ipad minis, and imacs. I guess we are poster children for Apple, who would have guessed it since I was big time into microsoft based computers. 1st question: How can I ask Apple to increase the amount of devices that itunes is currently on? I think they allow 10 devices and just recently my daughter got an Iphone 5s and told me that there was some error message stating that there were too many devices associated with the account so had to delete some devices to accomodate her new phone. How can I increase the number so that I don't have to constantly log in and dissassociate a device? 2nd question: I notice that there is a way for my texts that I do via imessage to show up on other peoples phones if they go into their settings and push certain buttons. Will I be able to make this not happen if I make a new icloud account? A new Itunes account? Which account makes it so that my imessage can be seen across our many Apple devices? I have my own separate ICLOUD account but we all share the Itunes account. 3rd question: In the same token as question 2 above, When I make a text and in the box where I can put a persons name I notice that it will try to autofill the name that I am attempting to input. The only problem is that there are names of people that aren't even on my phone!!! I'm assuming that they are being pulled out of my 6 kids phones and my wife so that I have a bajillion of names I have to work through to find the one name I need!!! Talk about a headache. So just like question 2 which do I have to change so I don't have my kids looking at all my information (and no I'm not hiding anything) and me looking at theirs? Is it the ICLOUD or ITUNES account that is syncing all our contacts into a giant smorgasborg of names and numbers? ps. what I mean by ITUNES account is the Apple ID. We share Apple ID's but I have a separate Icloud account.

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Hey everyone I hope someone out there can help me figure this out... I was on facebook via the iphone mobile app and saw a link for Student Loan Forgiveness. I clicked on the Ad and it took me to an external page. I didnt think anything of it since it was from facebook. It asked for my name email and phone number, which I filled out correctly.  A few minutes later I recieved an email then a phone call. I didnt pick-up the phone and they didnt leave a message. (Sorry if this is more info then you need I just want to be clear what happened). I was then texting my girlfriend (she has an iphone also) and someone started sending messages on my behalf while I was in the text! It was almost like a group chat but it was coming from my phone. It was random words mostly but the ending got really weird saying they where going to visit her (debaiting calling the police honestly). They then tried to facetime her from my apple id to which she blocked.  Now Im not sure how much infomation they obtained but I have changed all my passwords, so has she. I dont know what this is called to search, some people have said spoofing which sounds correct. Should I be worried (mobile banking, thumb print to unlock ect)? Has anyone come across this before?  I've attached a screenshot of the message but blacked out some info that they knew like our city and her name... Thanks for the help in advance.  

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Hey guys, need a little help here. My iPhone 4s is stuck in recovery mode and I can't seem to restore it. I plug it into iTunes and it'll tell me that my iPhone needs to be restored, I click ok, it'll say "extracting software" then "preparing iPhone for restore" then "waiting for iPhone" then "preparing iPhone software for restore" then it'll start to restore and then halfway into it it'll say "restoring iPhone firmware" then it'll give up and a message will pop up and say "The iPhone "iPhone" could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (1)." What can I do? I tried restarting the computer, used different USB cables, uninstalled and reinstalled iTunes, the whole shebang.

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