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Apple is working on iOS 9.2.1 to resolve ‘error 53’
Apple has released a new build of iOS 9.2.1 which iPhones and iPads which suffered from the ‘error 53’-error can restore through iTunes. Replacing the home button a button from a third party or damage to repair made iOS devices unusable.
The update is released to fix the error and contains no further adjustments. It involves the 13D20 build of iOS 9.2.1, which users can use iTunes to restore their iOS device ‘error 53’. Only iOS devices with a 64bit processor and Touch ID could thus face.
“Error 53” appeared when users wanted to update or restore their iOS device, but the iPhone or iPad does not come through the security check. “This test was designed to check or Touch ID worked for the unit left the factory”, claiming Apple opposite TechCrunch. It was according to the manufacturer is not intended that users came into contact with it.
Already in 2014 complained users ‘error 53’ and soon the problem was traced to the Touch ID home button. Apple had already since early January an information page about the error message, which recently seems to be a roadmap for recovery added. Earlier this month, was commotion about the problem when the Guardian about it wrote .
Especially users who did recover their device ran by a third party against the error to. In some cases, the home button was with fingerprint sensor or the cables before replacement or were damaged. Apple said to value the preservation of the chain of sensor cable and co-processor, the Secure Enclave, for security regarding unlocking via fingerprints. The now released fix restores the operation of Touch ID or not.Viewing:-181
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