The new version of RecBoot is here. The only difference between RecBoot 2.2 vs RecBoot 2.1 is that RecBoot 2.2 comes with a new icon designed by Surenix Bach. Like RecBoot 2.1, this release is also compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.x and above. According to the developer, compatibility of RecBoot with Mac OS X 10.4.x is not possible due to dependency issues.
Some words by the developer about this release:
So, I got bored of it again, but it still lives on, with a new icon.
Oh, by the way, it kinda tells you whether or not your device is actually in Recovery mode. Hopefully that solves your questions as well, no more annoying comments.
Also support for 10.5.x, I can’t even remember if that was added in 2.1, but it is there in 2.2.
Features of RecBoot 2.2:
- Works on all models of iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
- Compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.x and above.
- Detects the name, model, serial and firmware version of the connected iDevice.
- Detects the mode of the connected iDevice automatically.
- If the connected device is already in recovery mode, it will not send any USB commands in case the user hits the 'Enter Recovery' button.
- Incorporated with the new auto-updating system which lets you to check and download the latest version of RecBoot.
For those who don't know, RecBoot helps you to fix iTunes 1015 restore error and allows you to kick your iDevice out of recovery mode loop just with a single-click. Usage of RecBoot 2.2 is extremely simple. Just connect your iDevice with your Mac through USB cable and hit the 'Enter Recovery' button to put your iPhone into recovery mode and 'Exit Recovery' button to kick it our of recovery mode loop. RecBoot 2.2 is only available for Mac OS X users. If you are on Windows, you can try RecBoot 1.3.