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Thread: IPSW File nowhere to be found (yes i am showing hidden files)

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    Default IPSW File nowhere to be found (yes i am showing hidden files)
    I searched and searched for an answer to this, but can't seem to find an answer. My IPSWs are not located under user\appdata\roaming... blah blah. I have "show hidden files and folders" on, otherwise I wouldn't be able to view AppData, but there are no IPSWs here!

    I will even do a sync and go to this directory and it is still empty. I am so lost as to why this would happen and I couldn't find any answers elsewhere so I joined this forum for this sole purpose.

    Please help.

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    Download it from the downloads section and put it where you want.

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    and would this fix it going forth?

    thanks btw

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    Type this in Run(cmd prompt) %Userprofile%\Application Data\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPhone Software Updates


    Or located here

    C: \Users\Your Account Name\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPod Software Updates


    But yea what Simtech works to on just grabbing the firmwares because I think iTunes now deletes anything older.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cer0 View Post
    Type this in Run(cmd prompt) %Userprofile%Application DataApple ComputeriTunesiPhone Software Updates


    Or located here

    C: UsersYour Account NameAppDataRoamingApple ComputeriTunesiPod Software Updates


    But yea what Simtech works to on just grabbing the firmwares because I think iTunes now deletes anything older.
    ohhhh, is that what it's doing? i have 4.0.1 so because the latest is .2, is it deleting it?

    Thanks

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    Seems to be one of those new features in iTunes 9 that wasn't really told.

    That is what I read. But I don't really dig for the files myself. I just redownload them when needed from MMi.

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    true...

    thanks all

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