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Topic # 131024 5-Oct-2013 21:22
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I'm sure the files are all there

Failed ios7 update

(yes I tried to backup before the update but that also had a glitch that wasn't realised)




Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.


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  Reply # 908668 6-Oct-2013 07:00
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Does your PC "see" your phone? There are programs available that can extract data etc from your phone and the backups on your PC(assuming you didn't backup to the cloud) e.g. iExplorer and EaseUS MobiSaver Free.



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  Reply # 908670 6-Oct-2013 07:41
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I used easeus mobisaver free.

No pc could not see phobe

Ems could not find anything but after trying a few times the phone successfully booted

Some sort of a miracle





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  Reply # 908671 6-Oct-2013 07:42
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Head to the ilounge.com forums and ask the same question.
You'll get good advice there...




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  Reply # 922034 26-Oct-2013 13:41
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I'm a bit late to the party but on A4 and lower devices this has worked well for me:

http://msftguy.blogspot.co.nz/2012/01/automatic-ssh-ramdisk-creation-and.html

Java file that creates an SSH ramdisk that boots on the phone. Log in via SSH and mount the partitions, then copy the files off via SFTP.

Done a few of these after failed iOS updates lately ;)




 


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