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Using the Gecko Toolkit with Windows 8

While I have not verified this myself one of my viewers on YouTube states that the Gecko Toolkit can be used to recover your iPhone password using Windows 8. According to his comment the following procedure will allow you to run Gecko.
Running Gecko Toolkit on Windows 8 will usually result in an INIT FAILED (mux thread) error. In order to correct this problem you will need adjust some settings. The steps are as follows.

  • Open your Control Panel and select Programs/Java/Update.
  • Uncheck the auto update option or any setting that will prevent Java from updating.
  • Go to oldapps.com and download a version which is Java 7 update 4 or older.
  • In Control Panel /Programs/Uninstall
  • Uninstall the Java 7 update 5, 6, 7 etc. Anything version newer than 7, update 4 must go.
  • Install the Java version that you downloaded.

Now you should be able to run the Gecko Toolkit. Thanks to whoever put the comment up on YouTube. For some reason I can’t seem to find it. If you contact me I will give you credit here for the contribution.

 

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  1. Edward

    I have an older iPhone 2G with iOS 3.1.2 and i really cant lose any photos on it, i really want to get the data from it, but it never been synched to any computer, so i can’t just plug it in and get the pictures…. any help?
    oh and it’s jailbroken

    1. admin

      You might want to try deleting the keychain using ifunbox. Be careful though. If you delete the wrong file you can lose everything.

  2. hamzeh

    thanxxxx you

  3. marjorie Hoppas

    I HAVEWINDOWS 7 PREMIUM/ cAN I USE THIS ON MY WINDOWS?

  4. Mike C

    Windows 8 64 bit
    I have everything I need to run a smooth pass crack. My firmware File is on desktop but Gecko cannot see the file. Puzzling, any ideas?

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