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    I had to ask a friend to buy me an apple composite cable.
    After a lot of waiting and money.

    I got the cable and when I plug it in all that happens is I see the phine has an icon twirling in the center of the screen and then it reboots after doing this for 5 minutes.

    This has got to work as a major presentation has to be made using it.

    Im really up shit creak
    Can somebody help.

    This was a cracked phone.
    Itunes then upgraded it to 1.1.4 where upon it crashed.
    So then did a zip phone which got me my phone but to make calls had to download a pkg from the installed. Concited s/w I think.

    What should I do. How can I revert my phone to the 1.1.3 or the orignal Boot loader.
    I suspect its the fake 3.9 boot loader that is cause in the problem.



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    if you want the orgnial bootloader search the fourm as far as baseband shift+ restore to 1.1.x then use ziphone to activate and jailbreak then use the installer source I.unlock. No to downgrade the baseband and restore one more time
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    There used to be a time I could make sence of that.
    But age plays cruel tricks on the mind.

    So your saying
    First research how to downgrade Bootloader ?

    ANd why do I need to go back all the way to 1.1 why not 1.1.3 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wnjunkie View Post
    There used to be a time I could make sence of that.
    But age plays cruel tricks on the mind.

    So your saying
    First research how to downgrade Bootloader ?

    ANd why do I need to go back all the way to 1.1 why not 1.1.3 ?
    yes research the bootloader downgrade technique and I said 1.1.x. X is the stand in for what ever firmware you want to go to in other words x represents 1,2,3 or 4 if you want to stay there
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    got this info off the phone
    modem firmware 04.04.05_G

    Model iphone 1,1
    Model number MA712LL/A
    Serial number 86760777wh8
    Baseband present

    EEprom version 208
    EEprom revision 1
    Bootloader version 3.9_M3S2

    Above info from bbinfo
    If I chk thru prefs I Version 1.1.3
    Was kinda hoping somebody would have had a similar problem with the composite cable and there would be a fix.

    Would hate to go thru all this and later find the problem is still there.

    Why would apple over complicate such a simple thing like a cable.
    Last edited by wnjunkie; 03-13-2008 at 01:40 AM.


 

 

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