Cannot mount iPhone or iPad in Linux


Unable to mount iPad 4
Unhandled Lockdown error (-4)

This is because you need the libimobiledevice-utils package installed and a newer version of it.

My older Ubuntu 10.10 uses a version that does not have "idevicepair" which seems to work perfectly and automatically with newer versions of the library.

Basically if you install the above library it should be plug and play and if your imobiledevice-utils doesn't have 'idevicepair' it won't work.

Here is how to manually do it if it doesn't work automatically:

idevicepair unpair && idevicepair pair


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