Error 1013 Restoring to 4.3.3 Help Please.

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  1. oneway

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    I messed with my cydia, now my Ipad 2 3g is stuck on recovery mode so I have no choice but to restore.
    My previous FW before it's stuck: 4.3.3

    SHSH saved:
    3234799361527-ipad2,2-4.3.3
    3234799361527-ipad2,2-4.3.5
    (and couple of 5bx blobs)

    Im using Tiny Umbrella v5.00.07 with the ff settings checked:
    save all availabe shsh....
    overwrite existing shsh....
    when connecting a device, prefer my custom device name...

    Here are my steps before getting the error:
    DFU mode
    run tss server
    shift+restore to: iPad2,2_4.3.3_8J2_Restore
    [iTunes Error 1013]

    Please help me, :(
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. graywolf

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    Sounds like the hosts file isn't right but let's see what f4780y says.
     
  3. Mickey330

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    Yep, it's your hosts file. It's "pointing" the wrong way...

    So, you need to check and ensure you have no entry in your hosts for gs.apple.com. To find the hosts file on a Windows machine, go to Windows/System32/drivers/etc. Using WordPad, open the Hosts.ics file and put a hash mark (#) in front of any/all lines containing the phrase "gs.apple.com." Save the file.

    Note: If you have a Mac, let me know and I'll dig up the instructions for this process on a Mac...

    Once you've corrected the hosts file, you'll have to start over again to restore the iPad. First, begin with a clean, stock restore of 4.3.3. To do that, start at the DFU mode (outlined in this sticky: http://www.ipadforums.net/ipad-hacking/27489-dfu-mode-dummies.html). Once you've got it back to stock, then you can use JailbreakMe.com.

    That should work. Let us know, 'kay?

    Marilyn
     
  4. oneway

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    so if i get that correct

    i should comment out all other entries in the host file
    and leave the gs.apple.com
    also, i'll put a "#" in front of those two lines, correct?

    another inquiry, will this still work even though apple is not anymore signing 4.3.4 (or do they)?

    thanks again..
     
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    Just to make sure we're on the same page...

    If you see something like 74.208.10.249 gs.apple.com, edit it so it then reads #74.208.10.249 gs.apple.com

    The hash mark goes in front of the whole line. And, it goes in front of any line you may have that contains that gs.apple.com phrase.

    If you think we still may be talking at cross-purposes to each other (or that I may be confused!), copy/paste your hosts file here ... then we can specifically edit it.

    As far as your question about 4.3.4, no worries. The TU version that you say you've got running (5.00.07) is the latest. I doublechecked Tiny Umbrella's web site (about your 4.3.4 question) and it says: Also, iPad 2 users can still restore to 4.3.3 if they have their 4.3.3 SHSH. Just 'Start TSS Server' and then start up iTunes and restore your 4.3.3 ipsw. TinyUmbrella should help you restore without a 10xx error.

    Huh? But, you have got the error ... and the most recent TU ... and the most recent iTunes ...

    So, I found this tip: Under the Advanced tab on TU is a setting named "Set Hosts to Cydia on Exit." In general, most users now prefer this to be UNTICKED. Doing so means that next time you try and upgrade your iPad to the latest firmware it will succeed rather than throwing an error in iTunes which will happen if you leave it ticked.

    So, if you have it ticked, UNtick it and try again (before mucking about in the Hosts file). If you already had removed the check mark and still got the error, ignore these three paragraphs and continue on with the Hosts file edit.

    Sorry about missing that part - but it's worth it to double check, yeah?

    There's a lot of "help" in there - so I hope some of it answers your question(s).

    Let us know the outcome...

    Marilyn
     
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    Hey! I was right!
     
  7. myipat

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    Hello everyone...I've tried everything you've told but I still got stuck (Error 1013). what should I do? please help.
    Thanks
     
  8. oneway

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    sorry, up to now, i cannot test whether the steps are working.

    i found this from the tinyumbrella site

    First, the version you WANT to restore to and the version Apple is currently signing must BOTH have the same baseband. This is important or else the baseband update will not work and you will get a 10xx error and need to use fixrecovery. (Works for iPhone 4 - will not work for iPad 2)

    so..does that mean that the 4.3.5 update updates your baseband?
    if so, we are doomed since it ipad2 3g cannot support fixrecovery.
     
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    What that statement means is that the "FixRecovery" tool does not work on iPad2 since it relies on the limera1n exploit.

    The baseband on 4.3.5 IS THE SAME as 4.3.4 and 4.3.3. TinyUmbrella has been updated to allow the baseband signing process to bypass TU and get baseband blobs directly from Apple for iPad2. This should avoid the 1013 error altogether.

    If you are still getting a 1013 error when restoring, something is still wrong in the process. Rather than commenting / uncommenting lines from your hosts, simply delete EVERY reference to gs.apple..com from it, and also make sure you UNTICK "Set hosts to Cydia on exit" in TU and then exit the program. This should guarantee a completely clean hosts. I know Marilyn already said this, but it is important.

    Then restart TU and try again. "Start TSS Server", DFU Mode, Shift-Restore the 4.3.3 firmware. It should not generate an error for an iPad2 in this configuration.

    Check and recheck you actions. It is very easy to skip over stuff because you are assuming you are doing it right every time. I've wasted hours doing stuff like that in the past when the instructions were right in front of me and I was not following them correctly :D

    Good luck.
     
    #9 f4780y, Jul 28, 2011
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2011
  10. myipat

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    I can't still make it.. :( omg!! pls anybody help ;(
     

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