Apple keeps its iOS (and OSX) versions under tight control. You download them as part of restoring or upgrading iOS on a mobile device, not downloading an installer the way you can do with applications such as iTunes. You are only given the option of the highest available iOS version compatible with the device you have, so you'll only get 9-something if you have a pretty old phone such as my 4S.
This package provides the installation files for Apple iPad 3 (Wi-Fi) (iPad 3,1) Firmware iOS 9.3.5. How to update / restore your iPad using the downloaded IPSW file: 1. Download the firmware to your hard drive 2. Connect your device to your Mac or PC using the connection cable 2. Download iOS Firmware 9.3.5 (13G36) For iPad Mini (Wi-Fi) File Name: iPad2,59.3.513G36Restore.ipsw: File Size: 1.43 GB: Device Supported. Ios 9.3.5 free download - Apple iOS 13, Leawo iOS Data Recovery, Apple iOS 9, and many more programs.
Update the iOS software on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch - https://support.apple.com/HT204204
Feb 12, 2018 8:08 PM
This application uses Framework 7 style and starts automatically after a restore or if lockdownd detects the device to be Unactivated (e.g. by deleting content of activation_records within Lockdown folder, you can trigger this effect).
While the application's name is Setup.App, its internal bundle identifier is com.apple.purplebuddy.
As Setup.app is running it's window over /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app, crashing this app will leave the /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app opened and let the phone be usable as a normal one even if it is not activated (but it has no service)(see Baseband Brickstate).
Crashing this app unlocks /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app processes as the crash will entirely close the Setup.
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This app is started automatically by lockdownd file, and it's configuration files consists in Com.apple.purplebuddy.plist file that contains Setup.app progress.When setup is finished, this configuration file prevents Setup.app from showing up using these tags:
Setting it to false might not trigger the Setup.app as lockdownd finds the activation ticket inside lockdown folder.
Crashing the Setup.app
Ever since Apple introduced it, it was a kind of problem as this app prevents you from activating the device if you buy it from a foreign country and you don't have the foreign SIM CARD, therefore, a bunch of methods to overcome this app were created during its life.
- The Emoji Keys: Originally posted on YouTube, consists in flooding DNS / WiFi name fields with literally thousands of emojis. The Setup.app will crash rebooting the phone or going to /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app. Apple has patched that method in iOS 9.2
- Button stressing: Consists in stressing out the Next> and <Back buttons in the same time until the app crashes. This behavior has been fixed in iOS 9.0
- Removing the app entirely: On A4 devices, due to their compatibility to limera1n (therefore the compatibility with @msftguy's SSH RD TOOL), you can SSH in DFU Mode to have access to the File System. Removing the app from /mnt1/Applications folder will redirect to /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app.
- Creating Custom-made firmware (CFW) with patched Setup.app: If you patch the application or anyway invalidate it, AMFI will not open it anymore thus redirecting to the Home Screen (/System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app). There are multiple ways you can patch the Mach-O app. This method still works.
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