Where is the iCloud bypass? Full Explanation!

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“So, Apple_Tech 752, where is the iCloud bypass?” This is the question you are all asking me, and I really haven’t posted anything significant in awhile, so I decided to explain everything I’ve been up to. I have worked many hours on the iOS 10 beta CFW, but I ran into a dead end: the restore…


  1. This guy has the same error ( video here https://youtu.be/BfeW46iuhY0). Once I came out the same error but with a 6.1.6 IPSW of, and I solved it this way:

    1. Delete the previously down*loaded software update file which you will find in this loca*tion depend*ing on your system:

    Mac: /users//Library/iTunes/iPhone Soft*ware Updates

    Windows XP: System Drive:/Doc*u*ments and Settings/Application Data/Apple Computer/iTunes/iPhone Soft*ware Updates

    Windows 7: System Drive:/Users/Your Username/App Data/Apple Computer/iTunes/iPhone Software Updates

    If you faced the error while upgrading your iPad or iPod, the last location path will change:

    ../iTunes/iPod Software Updates or ../iTunes/iPad Software Updates

    2. Now, restart iTunes & begin the update again. This time iTunes will download a fresh copy of software update file.

    If you’re trying to restore by using the downloaded iOS 7.0.2 IPSW file:

    1. Re-download the IPSW file.

    2. Now, restore to IPSW file via iTunes.

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