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7.9 inch display / Model A1454 / Available in black or white / Announced October 23rd, 2012 / 16, 32, or 64 GB capacity

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About older iOS signing...

Well, here is the issue:

I attempted to update it to iOS 9.3.5 and it would not start downloading through settings. So I used iTunes to download it and it now gets stuck at 0% bar under apple logo.

the issue, iOS 9.3.4 (what it was using) is no longer signed by apple. Neither is iOS 9.3.5, which is the latest version it can run. I'm pretty sure that older than iOS 9.3.4 is not signed either.

Now, it is stuck in recovery mode and itunes cannot restore it.

@avanteguarde @oldturkey03 @mayer @pccheese

Thanks!

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Pre-Installed OS: iOS 6 Maximum OS: iOS 9.x*

Details: *With the exception of a couple of minor photography features, this model is fully supported by the last version of iOS 7. It is fully supported by iOS 8 with the notable exception of "Health" functionality. It is supported by iOS 9, but lacks support for major interface features as well as "Transit" functionality. It is not supported by iOS 10 or subsequent versions of the iOS at all.

https://everymac.com/systems/apple/ipad/...

UPDATE

Roll back the odometer to about a month after the date on the install. (change the date to an earlier time).

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@mayer what I want to do is just get it running, even though apple no longers signs those .iPsw files

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Will do so thanks!

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@captainsnowball Try Pangu to create a signed/jailbroken IPSW. I've never tried it, but it may work.

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