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Unread 02-03-2010, 08:00 PM   #1
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USB Recovery mode driver problem ..

when my iPhone connected to iTunes and entering recovery mode, windows always ask me to install "usb recovery mode driver"...I think i cannot start restoring my iPhone unless i install this driver... but how to do this? i mean installing that "usb recovery mode driver"?

however, i still can use another PC (same specs, same OS) to restore my iPhone but not on my PC

im really sure that this is a rare case....
but i hope some one have the solution


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Unread 02-03-2010, 11:10 PM   #3
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i've already reinstall my windows (home ed. sp2)
reinstal iTunes 8.2.1

done but nothings changed
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i hv the same issues and it seem no one has a working solution
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What about DFU Mode? Do you get the same message?



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i found some thing ages ago on modimy forum but the easyist way of fixin it is just run blackra1n it repairs that file
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What about DFU Mode? Do you get the same message?
windows can detect DFU mode, installed and succesful..
no problem until windows trying to detect the recovery mode... always stuck
it begins when i upgraded my iTunes from 8 to 9 zzzz
i've downgraded iTunes back to 8.2.1 but still no luck
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i hv the same issues and it seem no one has a working solution
Would appreciate some constructive suggestions
hmmm.. its not a rare case anymore
its really annoying if i should use my friends PC everytime i need to restore lol zzzz
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i found some thing ages ago on modimy forum but the easyist way of fixin it is just run blackra1n it repairs that file
yes, i found it too..
they talking about usbaapl.sys, usb port, iTunes version etc.
i've tried every steps but still nothings work

i wonder what kind of file is broken?is it on my PC or iPhone?
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Unread 02-05-2010, 06:20 PM   #8
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I am still trying with whatever methods found on google and I must say NOTHING works.
Not that the iphone requires reboot all the time its just that it would be great to have a solution when on the road and dont hv a desktop handy.
The driver just would not stick
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Hellll yeaahh... problem solved!

I changed my computer OS from XP home edition SP2 to XP professional SP3 (pirated copy )
everythings works perfect and no more pesky pop up that telling u to install crapple recovery mode driver.
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So I guess its the XP Home edition that's fking it up.
Thanks for the headsup volendam.
Did you do an upgrade or clean reinstall for the XP pro?

---------- EDIT ----------

Could be the lack of the Remote Desktop stuff on the home edition that is effecting the driver?
Well i sure home so and going to give this a try without having to reformat and clean install XP Pro
Convert and Upgrade Windows XP Home to Professional Without Reinstalling My Digital Life
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So I guess its the XP Home edition that's fking it up.
Thanks for the headsup volendam.
Did you do an upgrade or clean reinstall for the XP pro?

---------- EDIT ----------

Could be the lack of the Remote Desktop stuff on the home edition that is effecting the driver?
Well i sure home so and going to give this a try without having to reformat and clean install XP Pro
Convert and Upgrade Windows XP Home to Professional Without Reinstalling My Digital Life
it was clean installation from boot menu (format partition)
i dont know either... got no clue for what the problem was
but the important thing is ... now i can use my own PC for restoring iPhone

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damn it ... so that simple?
hope i knew it before... lol
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To convert and upgrade Windows XP Home to Windows XP Professional, follow procedure below.

Open Registry Editor (regedit).
Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/ControlSet00X/Control/ProductOptions, where ControlSet00X is the one with the highest number.
Delete the ProductSuite registry key.
Then, create a new DWORD value and named it as Brand.
Set the “Brand” value data as 0.
Reboot the system.
On boot up after the BIOS screen, press F8 to display Windows XP Startup Menu.
Choose Last Known Good Configuration (LNG) and hit Enter.
Windows XP will start up as usual. After logging into the desktop, check the system properties to verify that it’s now Windows XP Professional.

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OK scrap that idea - driver does not stick so I guess must do a clean xp pro install
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Confirmed

Its the shitty XP Home that is causing the problems.
Now my netbook has dual boot Shitty XP Home and Win7
Win7 detected it with no issues.
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Confirmed

Its the shitty XP Home that is causing the problems.
Now my netbook has dual boot Shitty XP Home and Win7
Win7 detected it with no issues.
nice to hear that
yeah .. home ed is outdated
this shitty crapple usb mode driver's problem is clear now
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I'm getting the same problem. But I have windows vista ultimate edition and still same problem. I connected my iphone to a Windows XP SP2 laptop and still got the same problem (note that itunes isn't installed on that machine).

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Not sure if this will work but you can try it


Go to Device Manager and you have a listing of all your hardware components

Plug in your iPhone. Now you will see 2 listings that say something like "Apple Recovery" Mode in YELLOW, right-click, then click "uninstall", you need to do this to both, they should disappear now.

Next, you will expand the "Universal Serial Bus Adapters" at the bottom, which will give you a long listing, and look for the USB related devices. Look for "USB Composite Device" in this listing.

This is the tricky part because everybody is going to have different hardware from different manufacturers and the listing is going to be called something different but if you can figure out which are your USB ports then you are in business!

You will see 2 "USB Composite Device" choose the first one and right-click the "USB Composite Device" and click "Update Driver" Choose " Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) and click Next on the next screen choose "Don't Search, I will choose the driver to install" and click Next and you will see 2 drivers listed and choose "Apple Mobilde Device (iboot driver) "and install. If you don't see 2 drivers listed then CANCEL and choose the second "USB Composite Device" and follow the above instructions and choose "Apple Mobilde Device (iboot driver) " to install. It should work now perfectly.


or is this what you are looking for USBAAPL.sys

put it in the folder C:windows/system 32/drivers , C:program file/common files/apple/mobile device support/drivers not sure if you need it in both but you can try

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Thanks but no cigar here.
Its the XP Home edition that is the culprit
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update to sp3 all seem to have probs with win home sp2 try install sp3 see if that solves it
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yes did that too - its the HOME edition that sux balls
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