TUTORIAL - Failsafe method to restore the current version of IOS

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  1. J. A.

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    Hi! Fyi: The latest version is 7.1.2.
     
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    Ok found 7.1.2.... but it takes a really long time at restoring iPad firmware. Is this normal?
     
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    The iPad remains frozen while firmware is being restored but no progress occurs. I see 7.1.2 has caused issues for some but my iPad appears permanently stuck in recovery mode.

    Help!
     
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    It may take a long time. All I can suggest is to hang in there.

    And, apologies for the other link not containing the up-to-date firmware. I'll get that sorted...

    Marilyn
     
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    The speed of the restoration depends on both the computing power of your computer as well as your internet connection at certain points of the restoration process. I've experienced restoring times that ranges from about 3 minutes to as long as an hour and a half to completely restore the device from start to finish. If it's hanging for an absurd amount of time at the same point, I'd recommend ending the process for iTunes and retrying.
     
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    Hi guys have tried this a dozen times now even using a timer on another iPad to get time right but no luck comes up with error codes 2005 or 4014 not always the same but one of those two error codes always had blue screen of death when multiple attempts to backup iPad 2 failed running ios8.0.2 has not backed up since installing 8.0.2 and yes wifi back up was on and worked well before update any other suggestions been to Apple Store told me replace it with refurbished one
     
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    Error 2000s and 4000s are either device hardware issues, or connectivity issues. I'd use some compressed air to clean out the 30-pin port in case residue is the reason you can't connect to your device.

    Are you referring to blue screen on your device, or on your computer.
     
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    solid blue screen on ipad2
     
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    That would signify a hardware issue. Unless you can pull up a crash report for it, it's hard to determine the source. If you're still under warranty, swap it for a refurbished one at a local Apple store.
     

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