What's new in Pinfinder 1.7.0
October 19th, 2018
New in Pinfinder 1.6.2 (October 3rd, 2018)
- Just adds a note that iOS 12 is not yet supported, should any backups be detected from devices running that version
New in Pinfinder 1.6.1 (October 3rd, 2018)
- Windows apparently can store backups in a couple of different places; this release searches both of the locations currently known to me - Thanks to those who have let me know about the problem!
New in Pinfinder 1.6.0 (October 3rd, 2018)
- Can now find the passcode from an encrypted iTunes backup, provided you know the password used to take the backup
- Windows builds are signed, so double-clicking should just work
New in Pinfinder 1.5.0 (October 3rd, 2018)
- This version adds support for iOS 10 - It continues to support older versions of iOS (at least back to iOS 7)
New in Pinfinder 1.4.0 (October 3rd, 2018)
- This version detects if your backup has a passcode file, but it can't be recovered as it's encrypted (it'll display a backup is encrypted message if so).
- If you see such a message you'll need to turn off the Encrypt iPhone backup option in iTunes and re-sync before trying pinfinder again.
New in Pinfinder 1.3.1 (October 3rd, 2018)
- 1.3.0 failed to detect the backup directory for Windows XP - This release fixes that and hopefully doesn't break things for other versions of Windows (I re-tested on Windows 8 at least, so hopefully it's good).
New in Pinfinder 1.3.0 (October 3rd, 2018)
- This release looks for and prints the restrictions passcode for all devices that have been backed up by iTunes, rather than just the most recently backed up device.
New in Pinfinder 1.1.0 (October 3rd, 2018)
- This release removes the need to specify the backup directory on the command line - It will default to the latest backup it can find.