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    Default Accidentally deleted Lockdown files

    I kept getting the "cannot connect to youtube"' message so I tried to fix this following a fix a read online.

    But instead of deleting the /private/var/root/Library/Lockdown/activation_records" and "pair_records" folders, I deleted everything in the Lockdown folder. Including the data_ark.plist, device_private_key.pem and device_public_key.pem.

    I did though keep a back up of those files. But now I cannot connect to my phone neither through iTunes nor through T-Pot because it says my phone has a passcode and I need to unlock it, but the phone doesn't prompt me to do so, it just shows an image of a cable connected to itunes.

    I'm freaking out. I have all my contacts ONLY in my phone.

    Any help appreciated.

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    Look at the various SSH ramdisk threads, find the one that fits your phone model and OS requirements. Boot from the SSH ramdisk and fix the problem that way.
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