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Where does iTunes 8.2.x saves the iPhone FW file?


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Hello,

I need to restore my iPhone 3GS. With a second iPhone 3GS I was able to download the Firmware with iTunes but I need to find the directory where iTunes saves the actual firmware file so I can start the restore of my iPhone.

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Found it :-)

.../Library/iTunes/iPhone Software Updates/

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