iPhone stuck at boot!
I really hope someone can help me.
Yes I've did a few research but couldnt get far. I've googled around and searched this forum and found similar problems but their solutions didnt help me.
My iPhone gets stuck at boot. For some stupid reason I decided to reboot my iPhone (Hold Sleep/Wake key + Home button for 10 seconds) and after that it stuck with the apple logo.
When I boot it again it turns off. When I Press the wake key it turns on and again stuck/freezes with the Apple logo. Nothing happens.
When I plug into to the wall outlet it turns on but again with the Apple logo.
I can't do a system restore cuz iTunes doesnt detect it. Even when I turn t on, iTunes still doesnt detect it.
I really hope for some possible solutins.
Thanks in advance!!!
Try this put the iphone in the dock and conect to pc then hold the power button + home button for at least 25 second till "connect to itunes"appear and then run itunes and restore the iphone
Awesome!!! It's working so far.
Originally Posted by Moshi
Downloading the update!!!
Damn. I'm gon have to jailbreak and everyting again arghhh.. that sucks!!
Yes. Problem solved. Thanks Moshi!!!!
Syncing my playlist now!! ;-) Cheers!!!!!
I have the same problem you had.
Could you please describe detaily how you make your iBrick back to the iPhone?
I did exactly like Moshi said. The first time it failed. While restoring I received an error on iTunes. But afterwards I tried again and it succeeded perfectly.
this also happened to me and i couldn't restore at all using itunes on my computer (macPro)
Buuut... i gave it a try on the Laptop (MacBook Pro) and it worked perfectly from the first try.
Both have Itunes 7.3.2 installed, so i really don't know what's causing these errors.
iActivator seems to be still pretty buggy...
I think one of the most useful tools we could use would be one that would a restore the iPhone without itunes. Something that would allow us to backup the iPhone to a "disk image" and restore it at any time to that state. (like restoring from dmg with diskutils in OSX)