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-I tried the command: "sudo killall -STOP -c usbd" but when I turn it off or close the mac and connect the iphone again, it happens again. There is no definitive solution? I have a macbook pro 215 and I tried with iphone XS and iphone 7 plus.
+I tried the command: "sudo killall -STOP -c usbd" but when I turn it off or close the mac and connect the iphone again, it happens again. There is no definitive solution? I have a MacBook Pro 2015 and I tried with iPhone XS and iPhone 7 plus.

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I tried the command: "sudo killall -STOP -c usbd" but when I turn it off or close the mac and connect the iphone again, it happens again. There is no definitive solution? I have a macbook pro 215 and I tried with iphone XS and iphone 7 plus.

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