This is a discussion on iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G 64GB stuck in recovery mode within the iPad Hacking forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Oh. Ouch....
ive got a ipad 2 wifi + 3g in 4.3.5 FW but it is stuck in recovery mode.. i already made some adjustment in hosts files even using tiny umbrella and using different computers (win 7, macbook pro, macbook white and mac mini.. still the error is 1013.. any suggestions?
yup i dont have the 4.3.3 shsh blob, im trying to restore my ipad 2 wifi +3g 4.3.5 to 4.3.5.. just plain restoration.. but i always encounter error 1013.. can you recommend any solution/fix to this sir?
i had the same problem and this is what i did
1) Open TU, switch to the "Advanced" tab and make sure you UNTICK "Set hosts to Cydia on exit", then exit from TU.
2) Put your iPad into DFU mode by following this guide - DFU Mode for Dummies
3) Start iTunes and click the "Restore" button.
Your iPad should now restore to 4.3.5 without any error messages. Steps 1 and 2 are important, so make sure you do them.
Hope that helps.
@vai, sir what version of TU are you using? the latest 5.00.12? i already tried that process and it didnt work.. im figuring out the PING for the terminal.. maybe thats my prob this is what the terminal says when im trying to get the pin "64 bytes from 184.108.40.206:" its 64 bytes.. the correct is 32 bytes? any idea how to lower the byte?
It should be impossible for you to get a 1013 if you followed the process above exactly as laid out. Why you would be pinging anything is beyond me..., but if you must, ping gs.apple.com and tell me what you get...
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Tried every possible solution to restore iPad but everything failed. Sent for replacement to apple and got a new one Problem solved lol.
64 bytes from 220.127.116.11: this is what pops out othere says that it should be 32bytes.. mine is 64bytes, so im guessing is that its the cause of my problem.. i already tried 3 devices (macbook white, macbook pro, mac mini.) all of the are signing the same ping with 64bytes.. i wish apple would fix this..
I am confused. It's hard to help 2 people in one thread.