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Discuss iPhone restore problem with itunes 7.4 at the General - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by symourjr Hi i have tried jailbraking with itunes 7.4 and also restored ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by symourjr View Post
    Hi i have tried jailbraking with itunes 7.4 and also restored with 7.4 and there were no problems? maybe if you have a hardware unlocked unit?
    let me get this straight
    you have had an jailbreaked iphone (not unlocked) updated your itunes to 7.4 then did a restore with 7.4 and jailbreaked after that and everything worked ok?


    what os did you use,
    what firmware version is your iphone on now and was before.
    how did you jailbreak (ibrickr,indepedence,jailbreak using commandline)
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    yes that is correct the whole story is here

    http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=4945

    as for your questions.

    What os did you use: I am in windows vista

    What firmware version is your iphone on now and was before: it is on 1.0.2(1C28) before was the original iphone firmware i think it was 1.0.0

    How did you jailbreak (ibrickr,indepedence,jailbreak using commandline): command line from the guide from http://www.hacktheiphone.com/

    What i did to activate: was point and click activation http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthre...ht=point+click

    After Activation what else did i do using itunes 7.4 before i downgraded to 7.3? I was able to sync music, videos and by using ibrickr ringtones and apps. with no problems
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    What about iPhones that have been restored in 7.4, then jailbreaked on another computer with 7.3.4, then gone back to normal, then back to 7.4 again?

    Anyone tried that? Or previously jailbreaked iPhones connected to 7.4.

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    Hi,

    - I updated to iTunes 7.4 on my Mac and did connect my iphone during the day (for USB Charging)
    - It appeared as a device on iTunes 7.4
    - i DID NOT sync, DID NOT Jailbreak it and DID NOT restore it under 7.4

    After reading the posts here i immediately trashed 7.4 and installed iTunes 7.3.2 back (using the previous libraries folder)

    I'm now back on 7.3.2 and my iPhone shows in it.

    I still haven't synced it, haven't jailbroken it or restored it.

    If Itunes 7.4 hasn't sent something automatically to the iPhone i guess i'm still OK...

    Do You think i'm safe ???

    Thaks for your help !

 

 
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