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Here is an information paper we’d recommend you to read BEFORE trying the tutorials.

Those rules/details ain’t new, they are collected from various videos of mine, but I guess

it is better to have them in a single place so that people know better what is what.


Q: Should I use the videos for CFW stuff in 2019?

A: NO. They are pointless as there is no iBoot Exploit available and that method needs one.

You will get error 14 without one and there is no fix. I’ve detailed more here.

Q: Where is Firmware Manager x?

A: I have taken down the software because it is useless in 2018. CFW Bypass is impossible

without an iBoot exploit and therefore that software is useless. Don’t download Manager

from other sources that mirrored it because you can get infected with a pretty serious

virus as they do shady stuff. The program CANNOT bypass iCloud!

Q: “Can you upload CFW for X.X.Y?”

A: Uploading CFWs is considered illegal, so no.

Q: How does Lilo app behave?

A: The app I built simply uses a modified PLIST that should be parsed at runtime.

If the modified module is not parsed successfully this signals a bad bypass, if you

receive a positive note, it’s all right. You don’t need to keep the app installed after checking.

Q: What about the videos?

A: The proofs in the videos have the role of POC (Proof of Concept). Achieving this

requires an iBOOT exploit (currently only publicly available for older devices).

Q: Can I downgrade using this method?

A: No.

Q: What is error 3194 and Error 17?

A: You are using an OLD iOS version IPSW. Apple doesn’t allow downgrades.

you probably followed an older tutorial.

Q: Can I bypass 100% with a carrier (SIM CARD)?

A: No. On CFW the Network will NEVER work unless you can replicate the wildcard

ticket (which you can’t, it is signed).

Q: How does Setup.App Works?

A: Please check this documentation about Setup.App

Q: “Does this work for the first time? Is guaranteed bypass? Money-back? What is the price?”

A: It is NOT PAID. IT IS FREE. No need to pay anything.
No, it doesn’t work without an exploit, the project is NOT in a finished state AND IT


Q: “When you post a video about bypassing X / Y model?”


Q: Why does the service (SIM CARD) doesn’t work after bypass on iPhone 4S and up?

A: Because the bypass consists in forcing the Setup. App not to start when the phone starts,

therefore, the Activation screen is being skipped, but because of lockdown binary

(LockDown Daemon) does not find a WildcardTicket.Plist file in the Activation Records,

the phone has no idea if it is locked to a specific carrier, or if it is never locked, hence, the

Baseband gets a soft brick. This does not prevent the WiFi and Bluetooth from working.

The cellular data can’t be restored unless you activate the device with the e-mail and

password it is locked to. As a side effect, no Push Notifications either.

Q: What if I use Gevey SIM or R-SIM (or any other interposer).

A: Nor Gevey or R-SIM or any other interposer can fix the lack of the Wildcard Ticket

(personalized to your IMEI and Serial). Don’t spend your money on such interposers,

for this scenario they won’t work.

Q: Can I jailbreak after bypassing?

A: Depends on the entry points or the checks of the jailbreak. If the entry point is a

modified backup, the device has to be activated and FMI has to be off.

Q: Does it really need to be libimobiledevice for restore?

A: NO! libimobiledevice does NOTHING special.

We only use it because it offers a perspective on the restore progress (via Terminal log).

Don’t bother the guys from GitHub libimobiledevice with iCloud Bypass CFW questions, as this requires an iBOOT Exploit no matter what restore software you use.

You can use iTunes, iTools 3, Libi or any other tool that can restore IPSWs.

The effect is similar because the process is similar. iTunes is expected to get patches from Apple against CFW (happened in the past), but iTools 3, libi and so on, not, but that won’t change the limitations of this project.

Q: Which devices are compatible / being researched?

A: iPhones and iPod Touches, no iPads.

Q: Is there anything I can do/buy to fix No Service issue?

A: No. At this moment, no there is nothing you can do. (Unless you buy a new

motherboard of course, but pay attention, scammers tend to sell locked MOBOS!).

Q: During the restore, I get Error 53 in iTunes. How to fix it?

A: This means you used an aftermarket Touch ID Sensor / Screen. Put your phone

in DFU Mode and restore it with freshly downloaded iPSW, this will fix the issue

but your Touch ID won’t work if it is not the original.

Q: Do you accept donations?

A: No. You are NOT allowed to donate. You can still send files from jailbroken devices for development.

Q: Is there any full method I can use right now that is not in work in progress?

A: No. Unless you change the hardware parts (chip or MOBO).

Q: “What is Error 14 on CFW iOS 10?”



matters here, so please watch this video.


1) Your device WILL REQUIRE to EXPLOIT to push the CFW. Unless you find one / one gets

published, there is no point into trying the CFW.

This is normal. Usually, this cfw method would require you to patch ASR, iBEC, IBSS and

LLB to get a smooth restore (see iPhone 4 example). But there are no public exploits right now.

I am working in the background on developing/finding exploits but for the moment I am still a beginner on iOS Security so, you must wait for an exploit from somebody else.

Exploits are always found, they can be Kernel Exploits, they can be iBoot exploits, etc.

iBoot ones remain unpublished by devs most of the times because they are hard to

find and Apple patches the exploit quite quickly. Starting with cfw method iOS 11, iPhone 5, 5C and

4S will be dropped, so the chances of such exploit to be released at some point is bigger.

See, Jailbreaking uses quite a few exploits per tool to make the Jailbreaking process possible,

but those are usually Kernel exploits, not iBoot or Bootrom Exploits. Every new Jailbreak

means a lot of new exploits.

If you wanna test the validity of the CFW method, and you don’t hold an exploit for newer

devices, tests can be done on iPhone 4 to create a PoC. On iPhone 4 and lower, there is

Limera1n. A very powerful BOOTROM Exploit

(there is a difference between iBOOT and BOOTROM). When an exploit will be publicly

released, all devices supported by it will be able to restore CFW from the first attempt

without any error. Until then, we either try various methods: forcing CFW, DNS Bypass,

Setup. App Crashing via Emojis and so on, or wait. You can also consider hardware unlock.

It is not that cheap and requires soldering/electronics experience. You can seriously

damage your device if you solder the chips wrongly or if you melt transistors near the

chip during the process. Leave that only for experts…

3) Apple said that it might be an error with USB Connection HERE

By USB error it doesn’t mean the cable is faulty, iTunes stops the restore or disconnects

the USB phone due to the CFW holding invalid signatures so ASR signals back to

iTunes to stop the restore. Usually, CFWs have significantly greater success rate if the

device is PWNED (PDFU), but even in this situation, it can easily fail.

4) There is no easy fix for this as there are verifications in place which require an exploit

to be patched.

Q: I got ASR Error (80) / (110) What Can I do??


There are the ASR.PATCH files meant to patch the Apple System Restore (ASR) from

giving any error, but that requires you to use ASR, iBEC and IBSS Patches which in the

the term, require an exploit!

Patching ASR is NOT very simple, you need to disassemble the ASR application located on ramdisk/usr/sbin folder, and to patch the second instruction, “Image failed signature

verification” to redirect to the first scenario, which is the “Image failed signature verification”.

This will prevent ASR from giving HASH-related errors.

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