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    Default I am a dumba** Please help

    As the title indicates, that i'm a dumba$$.
    Had a jailbreaken iphone, worked fine. Had the crazy idea to update to 1.1.3.

    I updated everything went file, except my phone was hactivated to begin with. Now i'm stuck in the

    Recovery mode on iphone (with the connecting to itune picture)
    Activation screen in itune.(Don't have a vaild at&t iphone plan)

    No way of getting out of either. Anyone has any good suggestions....?
    Tried independence. (no supporting 1.1.3 yet)
    iphunc (stuck on waiting for iphone to connect)

    On mac with leopard.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    tkx



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    I would put iPhone into recovery mode and then downgrade to 1.1.1

    1.1.3 was a bad idea. I'm in the process of downgrading mine right now after i foolishly updated to 1.1.3
    Unlocked and sold over 20 iPhones

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    Quote Originally Posted by chadpriddle View Post
    I would put iPhone into recovery mode and then downgrade to 1.1.1

    1.1.3 was a bad idea. I'm in the process of downgrading mine right now after i foolishly updated to 1.1.3
    Yeah, as of right now, 1.1.3 JB isn't necessarily ready for prime time. I would not recommend it unless you are willing to put up with a lot of issues, or you are an AT&T subscriber.

    If you want, you can try to boot from recovery using iPhuc. simply issue the command "cmd fsboot", it should work, but no guarantees.

 

 

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