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TATSU Declined to Authorize This Image on this Device for This User

TATSU Declined to Authorize This Image on this Device for This User
While trying to restore an iOS device through iTunes, you may receive the following error message stating that the custom restore image file (IPSW) is not authorized.   The iPad “” could not be restored. TATSU declined to authorize this image on this device for this user.   iTunes is calling out to the gs.apple.com for signed restore. Since Apple doesn’t sign the older iOS images a few days after being released, this message is normal and you will not be able to restore from an older restore IPSW file. If you have a previous restore of the device already backed up, you can take backups of SHSH Blobs using iFaith or similar utility for Mac/Windows. If you did not previously take SHSH Blobs from a previous restore backup, you...

iPhone Ignore Caller

iPhone Ignore Caller
Are you trying to ignore an incoming call on your iPhone but you don’t see an explicit “ignore this call” button? Why doesn’t iOS have this? Well, here is how to immediately ignore call so you iPhone stops ringing and the call goes to voicemail.   1. While receiving an incoming call on your locked iPhone screen similar to below, press your sleep/wake button on your iPhone to immediately decline and ignore the call.

iPhone Add Contact to Group

iPhone Add Contact to Group
You may notice you have multiple contact groups added to your iPhone. This happens if you have multiple iCloud or email accounts added to your iPhone. If you are like us, we prefer storing all contacts locally on our iPhone. Recently, we noticed when we created a new contact on our iPhone, it did not show up under Contacts. We realized we were creating new contacts under a group which we weren’t displaying. Here’s the fix. Note: Technically, you cannot move an iPhone contact to a group on your iPhone in the latest iOS. You can simply re-create the contact under the correct group following these steps.   1. First, ensure your default contact group is set to locally on your iPhone. Go to Settings -> Contacts -> Default Account and...

Carrier Settings Update – iPhone

Carrier Settings Update – iPhone
If you recently updated to a new version of iOS on your iPhone, you may need to update your carrier settings.   Carrier Settings Update New settings are available. Would you like to update them now?   Go to Settings -> General -> About screen. Stay on this screen for a few seconds. If your carrier has an update, you will be prompted to update carrier settings within a few seconds via a window, like the one pictured above. Periodically check for new carrier updates even if you didn’t recently update iOS. Your iPhone carrier may update these settings without you knowing. Usually, plugging in your iPhone to iTunes will also notify you of new carrier settings.
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