Ludek wrote:Hi, you seem to be the first person this has happened to here. It is hard to say what could trigger it, but at first you should try the iPhone to the correct state.
To prevent from restoring I guess that following could help:
Download plugin into Total Commander called T-PoT.
You will be able to browse iPhone content by using Total Commander
go to /iTunes_Control/iTunes/ and delete file iTunesCDB
This could most probably help and iTunes no longer will want to restore it.
If you will able to get to the incorrect state again, then send us your iTunesCDB for analyze, thanks!
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