Discuss accidentally upgraded to 3.1.3 - can't use blacksn0w at the Blacksn0w (3G(S) unlock) - Hackint0sh.org; Hi everybody!!!!
I Have an iphone 3g 16GB, original from AT&T, my wife has updated ...
accidentally upgraded to 3.1.3 - can't use blacksn0w
I Have an iphone 3g 16GB, original from AT&T, my wife has updated with firmware 3.1.3 n mess everything up. coz it was jailbroken n unlocked using in Bulgaria with Mtel.
Now i had jailbroken again and unlocker by ultrasn0w and blacksnow, downgrade to 3.1.2 and always show searching or no Service.
I've tried a lot of times to redo all work again and follow bunch of methods by internet.
I'm so desperate!!!!
I dont wanna loose my iphone pls helpspinme
Your only chance is: iClarified - iPhone - How to Downgrade Your iPhone 3G Baseband Using Fuzzyband - which probably won't work.
Originally Posted by evs232
Generally you can't downgrade the baseband - it will still be 05.12.01 - blacksn0w ONLY works with 05.11.07 - on about 1% of early 3G iPhones you can downgrade. Everyone else needs to be very careful about upgrading.
There *might* be a new unlock released for 05.12.01 in late June.
All this has been already asked and answered on this forum many times. This is the definite answer on the subject (as of today). Thread closed
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