iOS 9.3.3 – Updated LibiMobileDevice Tool for Windows | New Firmware Manager Update

Hi guys! In one of my previous videos, I released a compiled updated version of LibiMobileDevice for OS X and Linux that is compatible with x64 devices and iOS 10 Beta, but some of you told me in the comments section that you can't run Linux on your PC, or you don't have a mac or you are not familiar with Linux so you face issues, therefore I decided to release the compiled updated version for Windows.

To compile this version, I used the libimobiledevice project (source code) available on GitHub (link is down bellow), and MinGW (Minimalist GNU Tools) on Windows.

This version is compatible and can restore iPhone 5S, 6, 6S, 6S Plus and all x32 and x64 devices on iOS 9.3.3 or iOS 10 Beta.

You are welcome.

The F.C.E. 365 Firmware Manager was also updated today, but it is a small update. In this update I added the Key retrieving module to the Encryption part as well and I updated the engines and the restore system so that Firmware manager now uses updated libimobile components instead of Quamotion's version.
The legal agreement was also updated and I recommend you to read it before using the app.

==Download Section==
Updated LibiMobileDevice: https://mega.nz/#!tt9zTB6D!S_uzQWfogZIuKzLACrFY56Rb_CTC0Oj0X1re6myU3T0
Updated Firmware Manager: https://www.theiphonewiki.com/wiki/F.C.E._365_Firmware_Manager

==For Developers==
Libimobiledevice Git Project: https://github.com/libimobiledevice
MinGW for Windows: http://www.mingw.org/

 

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