I’m trying to connect my daughters iphone to my PC (PM4) to get her photos off, the PC sees the device then asks the iphone if it trusts this PC if I click “trust” the message just kept coming back on the phone and refused permissions,
Any help would be much appreciated
You are very brave mentioning i products on this forum, Mark will be after you! You will be talking about iPads next!
Which iPretendtobearealphone is it ?
And don’t say … the one on the table
and is this iOS7 ?
You are very brave mentioning i products on this forum
I’m not scared of Mark…you don’t really think he’ll be annoyed do ya ;D
Which iPretendtobear ealphone is it ?
It’s an iphone 4 recently updated to ios7, I managed to get it connected in Windows7 (as much as it pains me to admit it) although it done exactly the same thing in Windows at first, then I installed itunes and it connected but it didn’t seem to use itunes to connect it just seemed to connect in Explorer, so it’s a bit confusing, the other odd thing is, I once connected her phone before to my laptop running PM3 without any problem but this was before the ios update
iOS7 is your problem … read this:
they’re about to release an update to libimobiledevice which will fix it … so you’ll just have to wait
iOS7 is your problem
Please excuse my ignorance but if iOS is the problem then why did it connect to Windows 7 and not Linux ?
I meant it’s the iOS7/Linux combination.
Apple obviously either updated windows through iTunes … or made M$ aware of the change.
Linux is left to catch up on its own again … so the problem is an Apple cre3eated one.
Yeah it seems the change has come about because of a security issue where a Linux PC can hack an iphone portraying itself as a charger, I don’t quite understand it but see here http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/article/apple-fixes-threat-from-fake-iphone-chargers-in-ios-7
It OBVIOUSLY came about NOT because of security … but to force Apple users to buy their chargers from Apple … it’s my guess Linux just got caught up in that, but the devs are onto it