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When you are using iFindit, there are chances that an error code might appear due to any hardware or connection issues. In this guide, we will discuss some of those error codes and the quick step-by-step solutions to help you resolve the problem in no time.

Part 1. Error 1015, 1005, 1003, 19, 1, -2, -10, -19, -20, -21, -30, -31, -32, -38, -41, -105

Before you jump into the below-mentioned steps, kindly make sure that there is no issue with your USB port or USB cable. Besides, restart the program once and try to initiate the process again. If the error code still appears, then follow the steps below:

  • 1 Make sure that you have installed the latest versions of iFindit and iTunes.
  • 2 Make sure the connection between the computer and your device is stable.
  • 3 Use iTunes to make a backup of your device. This process might overwrite the old iTunes backup with the new one, so if the old backup is important to you, then copy those backup files to another location before initiating the backup process.

The iTunes backup files path is as follow:

For Mac: /Users/User name/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup/{File named with numbers and letters}

For Windows: C:/Users/User name/AppData/Roaming/Apple Computer/MobileSync/Backup/{Folder named with numbers and letters}

  • 4 Once the iTunes backup process is successfully completed, close the iTunes window and launch iFindit. From the main interface, click "Recover from iTunes Backup" and then select the most-recent iTunes backup that you just created in order to initiate the scanning process. Once iFindit completes the scan, it will display all the lost or deleted data of your device.
Note

The above steps of recovering the lost or deleted data from iTunes backup have proved to be highly effective because the iTunes backup process also backs up the lost or deleted data. In short, the recovery results of the above method are the same as what you will get if you do direct scanning and recovery from the device.

Part 2. Error 1011, 1013

If there is any non-English named folder in the path that you have selected to store cache files, then error 1011 or 1013 can occur. So, kindly check your cache files path by pressing the "gear" icon located at the top right corner.

You can either click "Select" to pick another folder or you can create a new folder that is named with all English words.

Once you have fixed the folder name issue, you can head back to iFindit and do error-free scanning of your device.

Part 3. Error 10005, 10003, 10002, 10001, -10104, -10205

There will be some cache files when you scan the device with iFindit. After the scan, the tool allows you to pick a location where to store them on your computer.

The above error codes will appear when the path you selected for restoring cache files is invalid. So, you simply have to pick another path to fix the issue.

Also kindly ensure that the folder for storing cache files exist and the path consists of English words.

You can check the path by following the steps below based on your OS:

For Mac: Click iFindit > Preferences. There you will find the options on picking the path for storing recovered data and cache files.

For Windows: Click the "gear" icon located at the top right corner. There you will find the options on picking the path for storing recovered data and cache files.

Part 4. Other 5-digit Error Codes

Before you jump into the below-mentioned steps, kindly make sure that there is no issue with your USB port or USB cable. If you have tried to restart the program to try again but the error code still appears, then follow the below steps:

Step 1. Make sure that you have installed the latest versions of iFindit and iTunes.

Step 2. Make sure the connection between the computer and your device is stable.

Step 3. Make a backup of your device with iTunes. This process might overwrite the old iTunes backup with the new one, so if the old backup is important to you, then copy those backup files to another location before initiating the backup process.

The iTunes backup files path is:

  • 1. For Mac: /Users/User name/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup/{File named with numbers and letters}
  • 2. For Windows: C:/Users/User name/AppData/Roaming/Apple Computer/MobileSync/Backup/{Folder named with numbers and letters}

Step 4. Once the iTunes backup process is successfully completed, close the iTunes window and launch iFindit. From the main interface, click "Recover from iTunes Backup" and then select the recent iTunes backup that you just created in order to initiate the scanning process. Once iFindit completes the scan, it will display all the lost or deleted data of your device.

Note

The above steps of recovering the lost or deleted data from iTunes backup have proved to be highly effective because the iTunes backup process also backs up the lost or deleted data. In short, the recovery results of the above method are the same as what you will get if you do direct scanning and recovery from the device.

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Charlotte Updated: Nov 29, 2021, Filed to iPhone Data Recovery

Charlotte, senior editor of UnicTool, can deliver high-quality and practical solutions for iPhone data recovery.

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