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Unable to connect to iOS device through USB on Windows #552

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AeonLucid opened this issue Jul 12, 2018 · 2 comments
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Unable to connect to iOS device through USB on Windows #552

AeonLucid opened this issue Jul 12, 2018 · 2 comments

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@AeonLucid
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@AeonLucid AeonLucid commented Jul 12, 2018

Device: iPhone 6
iOS version: 11.3.1
Jailbreak: Electra-mptcp
Frida tools & server: 12.0.3 (Also happened on 11.0.13)
Windows: 10 pro

When I run frida-ps -U, it keeps saying Waiting for USB device to appear....
This works fine on my Ubuntu installation, with the same frida version(s) mentioned above.

Tried it with iTunes open, closed and reconnecting the usb cable. No results.

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@minhtt159 minhtt159 commented Jul 18, 2018

TLDR: The phone's driver is buggy.
I got it works on both Ubuntu / macOS (real machine) and macOS (on VMWare Workstation - Windows 10). Trust me, even if you choose the correct driver, Cydia Impactor seems to work, but Frida doesn't. My friend has to reinstall Windows, force it to automatically install driver itself in order to make Frida works. Not promissing.
Yesterday, I installed macOS on VMWare, it works perfectly.

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@minhtt159 minhtt159 commented Jul 18, 2018

Another approach I want to use is connect to Frida server over remote IP. I made another issues about this, but @oleavr doesn't seem to reply. I think he is fixing it.

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