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(iBEC is iBoot Epoch Change)
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'''iBEC''' (short for '''''iB'''oot '''E'''poch '''C'''hange'') is a stripped down version of [[IBoot (Bootloader)|iBoot]] which is uploaded when performing a restore from Fake DFU in [[LLB]].
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'''iBEC''' (short for '''''iB'''oot '''E'''poch '''C'''hange'') is a stripped down version of [[IBoot (Bootloader)|iBoot]] which is uploaded when performing a restore from Fake DFU in [[LLB]]. It was renamed '''iBootStage2''' in iOS 10.
   
 
If iBEC is damaged, the device won't get into [[Restore Mode]] and will stay in [[DFU Mode]] or [[Recovery Mode]].
 
If iBEC is damaged, the device won't get into [[Restore Mode]] and will stay in [[DFU Mode]] or [[Recovery Mode]].

Latest revision as of 03:07, 8 February 2018

iBEC (short for iBoot Epoch Change) is a stripped down version of iBoot which is uploaded when performing a restore from Fake DFU in LLB. It was renamed iBootStage2 in iOS 10.

If iBEC is damaged, the device won't get into Restore Mode and will stay in DFU Mode or Recovery Mode.