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I've been trying to get this upgrade right for quite some time. I ...
[1.1.3] Problem with Emergency Screen when Updating with Official Installer
I've been trying to get this upgrade right for quite some time. I had the ModMyiFone.com soft upgrade all set, but I wanted to install the official one to ease the mind. I downgraded to 1.1.1, jailbroke it, upgraded to 1.1.2, jailbroke again, then ran the installer while taking all the necessary precautions (Timelock to never, installing BSD Subsystem 2.0, latest version of Installer, etc.)
Everytime I'm finished with the Official Dev Team 1.1.3-3 Installer on Installer.app, I'm directed to the "Emergency Call" screen. The usual *#307# tricks and others of that nature do not work. The weird thing is, I have service and I can receive calls and texts while at the emergency screen. But when connected to iTunes I get the lengthy error titled "There is a problem with your iPhone."
Some extra information:
I'm NOT activating via hackintosh, and I selected "Yes" when asked if I wanted a clean restore (the second question.)
Out of my OCD tendencies this is probably the 8th or 9th time I've gone through this whole process.
My OTB firmware is 1.0.0.
I did originally upgrade my 1.1.2 jailbroken iPhone to 1.1.3 unjailbroken before anything was released, and I ended up following a very complicated tutorial on YouTube to downgrade to 1.1.1 without losing phone service (if that matters at all.)
I have tried downgrading to 1.1.1 and repeating the process, but I was once again met with the Emergency Call screen.
This problem is getting to be quite a nuisance and any help would be very much appreciated.
Thanks for reading.
Last edited by Osiris0290; 02-02-2008 at 05:43 PM.
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