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About Miztorr

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  1. Excuse me my friend, but I've never mentioned Apple calling you back, everything should take place in that one phone call. Can you describe in details the conversation you had with Apple?
  2. Since I installed OS X on my Hackintosh, I’ve been facing this one problem with both iMessage and FaceTime: they’re both not working, instead I’m being greeted with a window saying the following: So I’ve decided to write a post explaining how I actually was able to get it work, so let’s begin shall we? First, you’re gonna need a real serial number, not a fake one, and I actually found a post explaining just how to do that, for more information just visit this link, try rebooting when done. If you get iMessage to work after rebooting, then congratulations! You got iMessage working! If not, read on. Second, you’re gonna need to call Apple support, you can call them on the number corresponding to your country or you can simply use Skype or magicJack to call them on their US customer support number, more info here. In my case, the answer machine picked up the phone, asking me to provide it with the device’s model and serial number, just ignore and it should redirect you to the director of the call centre or another person at Apple support. Now, he’ll ask you to describe the issue, tell him the following: They will probably ask you to provide them with your name, a callback number (if you’re calling from outside the US you don’t have to, just tell them), the serial number and your Apple ID. Once you’re done, all you have to do is quit out of iMessage/FaceTime and open it again, and you should be able to login and use it normally. Enjoy!
  3. Thank you for taking time to help us solve our issue, I tried changing my password using your method using my iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.4, and after I tried logging in on my hackintosh, I got the same error again.
  4. I cannot start a new topic, should I just reply with the link to this topic?
  5. I'm not really getting you, all I know was that I replaced CSM boot with UEFI boot. And yes, I'm a n00b when it comes to UEFI and BIOS.
  6. In the BIOS, there were CSM and UEFI boot, I chose UEFI.
  7. Yes and no, I have FakeSMC.kext in there, but not NullCPU. I don't use NullCPU, I use a patched AICPM and it's in /S/L/E.
  8. Thank you for replying, I replaced my current config.plist with the one you provided, and I got the same screen (with a few new lines) when booting in verbose. Btw, I checked the config.plist and noticed that you have enabled C and P states enabled, just saying, I have those disabled in chameleon and DropSSDT enabled. Here is the verbose boot screen:
  9. Hello my fellow hackintoshers! I've successfully hackintoshed my Toshiba L875-S7308. Since it has UEFI boot, I decided to install clover and enable it instead of using CSM, so I installed clover and configured it then went ahead and changed the boot mode in my BIOS and tried to boot OS X. So I got to the clover boot menu, and I booted my OS X partition, the Apple logo showed up, and it just sat on there, no spinner, no kernel panic, just the good ol' Apple logo. So I tried booting in verbose, and I got the following, which showed no errors. I attached my config.plist along with my working org.chameleon.Boot.plist, not sure if that helps. Cheers! Config+Boot.zip
  10. Miztorr

    Permanently Banned From Tonymacx86

    More like the poisoned Apple of the OSX86 community
  11. Tiger, I used to love it on my PowerMac G4, followed by Snow Leopard, it's the best OS X release in my opinion, and it was the first OS X version that I used on my hackintosh.
  12. Tried logging in and out on my iPhone 5, I also tried changing my Apple ID password as suggested online, still it didn't fix the problem, I suggest waiting for a few days until there's a solution for this.
  13. Hello Apple Heads! Lately the famous evad3rs team released a new untethered jailbreak for iOS 7, the jailbreak was unexpected that even Jay Freeman (@saurik, the developer of Cydia and Mobile Substrate) wasn't informed about the jailbreak, as a result Cydia was updated late (it supports iOS 7 now) and Mobile Substrate doesn't work on A7+ devices (with the new arm64 architecture). However, it is still recommended to jailbreak your device right now, because in the future Apple may roll out a new software update which will force you to wait for months for a new jailbreak. BEFORE WE BEGIN: 1. Backup your device using iTunes and/or iCloud, because if something wrong happens, you don't lose your data. 2. Remove the passcode (you can add it back when you're done). 3. If you have updated your iOS device to 7.0.4 using OTA updates, restore it, since it causes issues. 4. The iPad 2 (WiFi) isn't currently supported with the jailbreak. evasi0n 1.0.2 now supports it the iPad 2 (WiFi). 5. If the process gets stuck somewhere, it's completely safe to reboot (if necessary) and re-do the jailbreak. 6. And last but not least, a lot of tweaks may not work, especially on A7+ for multiple reasons, first due to the fact that Mobile Substrate wasn't updated for iOS 7 and the new arm64 and second, because the tweak simply doesn't work with iOS 7. Mobile Subtrate has been updated to support iOS 7 and the new arm64 architecture. TUTORIAL: 1. First of all, go to the evasi0n website (evasi0n.com) and download the version that corresponds to your operating system. 2. Open the evasi0n application and you should be greeted with a window like this. 3. Plug in your device and you should see the text change to your device's name, simply click Jailbreak. 4. The process will eventually take a while so just wait and DON'T TOUCH YOUR DEVICE. 5. After a few minutes, you will notice that the evasi0n window is telling you to open the evasi0n app, simply go to your device and you should see it on your homescreen, tap on it ONCE. 6. Just wait until the process completes after that, and the evasi0n app (on your computer) should say "Done!", and your phone will reboot. 7. You will see the evasi0n boot screen, don't worry, this is normal just wait until it's done. 8. After rebooting, you should see Cydia on your home screen. Congratulations, you're now jailbroken! FAQ: Q: I don't like being jailbroken, can I remove the jailbreak? A: Yes, simply restore your iPhone using iTunes. (Backup your data first!) Q: The following tweak is not working! Why is that? A: As I stated above, Mobile Substrate and a lot of tweaks weren't updated to support iOS 7 and the new arm64 architecture. Q: Apple released iOS 7.x, can I update. A: No, you will lose your jailbreak if you update. Q: I have a question regarding jailbreaking or the process in general. A: Go to JailbreakQA or to /r/Jailbreak on reddit. Reply to this topic with your questions, i'll be happy to answer them!
  14. Miztorr

    name already exist in scope (tnot)

    Same here! RehabMan, you're a genius dude!