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July 19, 2022

How to Install iTunes on unsupported MacBooks running macOS Catalina/Big Sur/Monterey/Ventura

  In this post, we are going to fix another dumb move by Apple i.e. removing iTunes from MacOS. Apple removed iTunes in the macOS Catalina and higher versions. A lot of macOS users were not happy with this decision and wanted iTunes back on their devices for many reasons. But as of I am writing this post, we are getting the betas of macOS Ventura and we still did not get iTunes back in it.


    After some time, a talented developer was able to let the macOS users have iTunes back on their devices running macOS Catalina and higher versions. So, in this post, I will tell you how you can use Retroactive to install iTunes on your macOS devices running macOS Catalina or higher.


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Below I have given a full step-by-step tutorial on how to get iTunes on your macOS device. Mx chip users might have some issues in running it, so scroll further below to read the tutorial for Mx chip users.


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     FOR INTEL USERS:     

  • First of all, make sure you are using a macOS device with Intel Chip. 
  • If your macOS device has Mx chip, then scroll down to see the tutorial for Mx chip users.
  • Make sure your device is on macOS Catalina and higher.
  • First of all, download Retroactive.

  • After downloading the Retroactive file, you will get a zipped file of size 38.4MB.


  • Open the downloads folder and unzip the Retroactive.1.9.zip file. You will get two files in the unzipped folder as shown below:

  • The PDF file shows what to do if your Mac won't let you open Retroactive. So, let me tell you here what you need to do. Open System Preferences, and go to Security and Privacy. Here, in the General tab you will see an option which will say that Retroactive is from an unidentified developer, so click on Open Anyway. You are getting this error because you are downloading a file outside of AppStore.
  • After that, open the Retroactive file again.
  • You will see the screen as shown below:
  • Click on the Install button to start installation process of iTunes.
  • In the next screen, you will see 5 versions of iTunes. Intel Mac users can install any version of iTunes. So, let's go with the iTunes v12.9.5 "DJ apps and Dark Mode" as shown in the image below.

  • After that click the Continue button located at the bottom left corner.
  • On the next screen, you will have to authenticate by entering the login password of your Mac.
  • Click Authenticate and then it will ask you to enter the Password. 
  • Click on the OK button after Entering the password.


  • After that, Retroactive will start to install iTunes on your Mac. It will take time depending on the speed of your internet connection. 

  • Hurray! You will have iTunes running on your Mac when it finishes these four steps!!
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Now, let's talk about how to fix the error of "iTunes quit unexpectedly" error on Mx chip users.


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    FOR Mx Chip USERS (Non Intel Macs):    


    • First of all, make sure you are using a macOS device with Intel Chip. 
    • If your macOS device has Mx chip, then scroll down to see the tutorial for Mx chip users.
    • Make sure your device is on macOS Catalina and higher.
    • First of all, download Retroactive.

    • After downloading the Retroactive file, you will get a zipped file of size 38.4MB.


    • Open the downloads folder and unzip the Retroactive.1.9.zip file. You will get two files in the unzipped folder as shown below:

    • The PDF file shows what to do if your Mac won't let you open Retroactive. So, let me tell you here what you need to do. Open System Preferences, and go to Security and Privacy. Here, in the General tab you will see an option which will say that Retroactive is from an unidentified developer, so click on Open Anyway. You are getting this error because you are downloading a file outside of AppStore.
    • After that, open the Retroactive file again.
    • You will see the screen as shown below:

    • Click on the Install button to start installation process of iTunes.
    • In the next screen, you will see 5 versions of iTunes. Mx Chip users have difficulty in using the latest version of iTunes, so you will have to go with a lower version. 

    • After that click the Continue button located at the bottom left corner.
    • On the next screen, you will have to authenticate by entering the login password of your Mac.
    • Click Authenticate and then it will ask you to enter the Password. 
    • Click on the OK button after Entering the password.


    • After that, Retroactive will start to install iTunes on your Mac. It will take time depending on the speed of your internet connection. 

    • Hurray! You will have iTunes running on your Mx Mac when it finishes these four steps!

         PLEASE TAKE A SECOND TO LIKE THE VIDEO TUTORIAL ON YOUTUBE AND SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL :)     


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    May 28, 2022

    FilzaEscaped15 Download Link: How to Install FizaEscaped15 on iOS 15? FULL GUIDE!




     Hey guys in this post i am going to show you how to install FilzaEscaped15 on your iDevice!

    What is special about PlankFilza? you get to use filza on your non-jailbroken device running on iOS15.0-15.1.1!
    Isn't it great? You can access your storage and you dont even need to jailbreak your device!

    *This release of FilzaEscaped15 is still in beta and can cause crashes, bootloops and freezes. Do not use Filza if you don’t know how to use it, you are directly messing with your root filesystem. It is not recommended to be installed on your main device.*

    So, to do this, you will have to setup Altstore on your Laptop/Macbook to enjoy Revoke Free experience!


    STEPS TO INSTALL ALTSTORE:

    • After that set it up. 

    Now let's install Filzaescaped15 on the iPhone:


    • After that use Altstore to install the IPA on your device.

    • Open Altstore on your iDevice.

    • Open the My Apps section in Altstore.

    • Click on the + Sign.

    • Import the FilzaEscaped15 IPA.

    • Make sure your device is connected to the Laptop/ Macbook and AltServer is launched.

    • Enjoy FilzaEscaped15 on your iDevice without Jailbreak!

    WATCH THE TUTORIAL:

    (The video used below is from my own channel and my channel has embedding enabled)


    April 22, 2022

    How to get 3uTools on macOS? Download 3uTools for macOS - 2 Best Methods

     Hey? do you have a Mac? and you love it but you hate that there is no 3uTools application for it? Don't worry I felt the same, but now you are at the right place. In this post I will show you two ways to use 3uTools on your macOS without having to install BootCamp Windows.

    What is 3uTools?

    3uTools is a great iOS device management tool which is mainly available on Windows. It has some great functions:

    • View Photos in iPhone.
    • View Videos in iPhone.
    • View Music in iPhone.
    • View Local Storage of your iPhone.
    • Import or Export Photos/Videos/Music.
    • Download iOS Updates
    • Downgrade/Update iPhone/iPad/iPod.
    • Download Jailbreak Apps.
    • Jailbreak iPhone.
    • Screen Mirror iPhone.
    • View your contacts.
    And many more great features!

    How to use 3uTools on MacOS?

    There are two ways to use 3uTools on macOS:
    1. Using a complete copy of 3uTools available for macOS.
    2. Using VirtualBox.

    1. Using 3uTools Alternative:

        3uTools is a must have application for many iOS users, but we are not able to have an official application for it on macOS. Thankfully, there is an alternative app, named as i4Tools, which is a complete copy of 3uTools but in Chinese language. I have been looking for a way to change the language of this app, but unfortunately I couldn't find a way to do that. (If you are a developer and can help me in doing this, hit me up on my Twitter account)
        Now, lets start the download process:
    First of all let's go ahead and download the i4tools.dmg file! Go to the link given below in order to download the DMG file:

        Once you have the file downloaded, open the file. After that you will see the i4tools.pkg file. click on it, then it will open the package installer to show you the necessary steps to install the i4tools application one your Mac!

        If you see the error that the file has been downloaded from internet and is from an unidentified developer, then:
    Open system preferences, then go to security and privacy. In the general tab, you will see the button to allow opening the i4tools.pkg file!

        Once the installation finishes, the application will open automatically. Then you can start using it for doing some daily iPhone tasks with so much ease. It is really easy-to-use for Chinese users (haha) but if you are not Chinese, then you can use google translate to use the app.

        I have also made a video tutorial on this, you can watch it for more assistance. If no assistance is needed, then I would really appreciate if you can take a moment to like the video and subscribe to my YouTube channel :)


    Now lets talk about the second method, which is a little complicated as compared to the first one, but with this method you will get to use 3uTools official application in English language.


    2- Using VirutalBox:

    In this method, you will need to install a Windows Virtual machine, then you can use 3uTools.

    Required things:
    • A MacBook running macOS version which is compatible with VirtualBox.
    • Windows ISO file.
    • Create a Windows Virtual machine (Click here for the tutorial)
    • Download the 3uTools.exe file (Download)
    • Install the software.
    • Then use the video given below to allow your iPhone to connect to the virtual machine!



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