Problems with Seas0npass

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  1. ISO:HELP, Oct 2, 2011
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2011

    ISO:HELP macrumors regular

    ISO:HELP

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    Hey all...

    Using Seas0npass for the first time here and not having much luck with it..

    It seems that my atv2 won't take the apple restore at all...I tried to use the JB seas0npas latest version...with itunes updated and my mac running the current firmware....

    Still nothing...

    The restore process continues and then it stops around 98% or so looking something like this..
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    Does anyone here have any suggestions to make this right???
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    No clue what else I should try.....so lost.
    ED
     
  2. Bach2011 macrumors member

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    Try the steps from the beginning again and when about to restore, unplug power cord before clicking on Restore button.
     
  3. ISO:HELP, Oct 2, 2011
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2011

    ISO:HELP thread starter macrumors regular

    ISO:HELP

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    Thanks for the suggestion..

    I had no idea that seas0npass should have the power cord in...
    Will try it that way...I thought the micro usb would be able to power the device.....
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    Cheers.
     
  4. Bach2011 macrumors member

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    It depends on the USB cord that you use, I think. Mine (which comes with Nexus One) needs power cord to plug in when getting into DFU mode. But when doing the restore, I have to unplug the power cord to avoid any errors.

    From your error, I would try to restore from Apple and then Seas0nPass.
     
  5. ISO:HELP thread starter macrumors regular

    ISO:HELP

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    So your thinking restore apple settings from scratch... and then go through the JB with seas0npass i'm taking?
     

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