iMazing 1.3.4


Name iMazing 1.3.4
Size 31.85 MB
Created on 2015-09-30 12:39:16
Hash 9b02598c7c4125a68f1b668b262096c8cc1d51fa
Files iMazing 1.3.4/ (31.85 MB)


Version: 1.3.4
Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: Pre-K'ed
OS version: 10.7 or later
iTunes 11.1.2 or later
iOS 4.0 or later
What's new in Version 1.3.4:
iOS 9 notes still in iOS 8 format now display correctly
Compatibility with iTunes for Older Video Cards (Windows)
Fixed Backup size incorrectly displayed as 0B (Windows)
Improvements of error handling when changing default backup locations to incorrect locations
Added warning when cloning without encrypting the source device’s backup first
Fixed issues when exporting apps
Other minor fixes and improvements
Courtesy of TNT Team
iMazing (was DiskAid) is the ultimate iOS device manager with capabilities far beyond what iTunes offers. With iMazing and your iOS device (iPhone, iPad, or iPod), you can:
Copy music to and from any iOS device (even from one iOS device to another!) regardless of what Mac or PC the device is already synced to; it's music copy how you always wished it could be, without limitations or restrictions
Backup & restore individual iOS apps and your custom saved data, perfect for freeing up space on your iOS device without losing your files (or progress in a game) or for copying the app as-is to another iOS device
Transfer files to and from an iOS device, and browse the iOS file system
Use your iOS device like an external drive
Browse and save messages (SMS, MMS, iMessage), voicemails, and call logs, none of which iTunes can do
Browse, save, and add contacts to your iPhone, without automatically adding them to your iCloud account
Manage multiple backups of the same iOS device and restore from any one (similar to Time Machine for iOS)
And other amazing things you never thought possible!
I've got this 4S (iOS 7.1.1) that was my previous phone (I'm the legal owner and there is NO iCloud Activation lock on it). I'm also planning on getting an iPad to put PDF's and eBooks on there like the iPhone.
iOS devices can sometimes go into the "connect to iTunes" screen without warning or obvious reason. Please correct me if I'm wrong but thats my observation from where I work (apple premium reseller). People come in and show me their devices and they tell me they didn't do anything with it.
The only fix is to restore from a backup or do a DFU restore. And if I'm right you need to be connected to the internet to make the restored backup work again. (You also need a simcard but I put in a deactivated one and it worked, so I don't think it's that important to be near working cell towers.)
It would be a bummer if the iPad on which I can read for hours on a small battery charge (solar panels) goes useless because of this. I'd hate to have to buy an Android tablet which I can reflash and reactivate for days on end with just a MicroSD card and a MicroUSB cable...
Thinking about JB'ing the iPhone/future iPad as well. But I guess that would make it more susceptible to random system failure and the Connect to iTunes screen

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