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Old 11-18-2022, 00:18   #1 (permalink)
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iphone x desable pleaz need help great team


BACKUP PASSCODE Initializing... OK
Connecting to device... OK
Mounting system... FAIL
Initializing disks... OK
Mounting Baseband Data... OK
Mounting Hardware... OK
Mounting xART... OK
Mounting Preboot... OK
Mounting Data... FAIL
quickCommand failed!
Error : /mnt2 (Data) not mounted!
Failed to mount partitions!
Try Fix Mount or select another RAMDISK!
Failed to locate activation data!
UNLOCKTOOL 2022.11.16.0
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Old 11-18-2022, 00:34   #2 (permalink)
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BACKUP PASSCODE Initializing... OK
Connecting to device... OK
Mounting system... FAIL
Initializing disks... OK
Mounting Baseband Data... OK
Mounting Hardware... OK
Mounting xART... OK
Mounting Preboot... OK
Mounting Data... FAIL
quickCommand failed!
Error : /mnt2 (Data) not mounted!
Failed to mount partitions!
Try Fix Mount or select another RAMDISK!
Failed to locate activation data!
UNLOCKTOOL 2022.11.16.0
Elapsed time : 1 minute 9 seconds

You know the iOS version ?
Check the iOS and used the correct files,I got this problem today and this issue was resolved using the correct ramdisk files to boot in.


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i dnot cnow hes ios

haw to konox hes ios ver
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Old 11-20-2022, 15:53   #4 (permalink)
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i dnot cnow hes ios

haw to konox hes ios ver
Open checkra1n on your MacBook,

Power off phone,

Hold both volume button and connect phone to PC,

Don't release button, until u see diagnosis screen,

Checkra1n will display the iOS version....
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