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    Question Device/Instructions to read iPhone's TH58NVG6D1DTG80 flash memory?

    Hi,

    Short story: My Jailbreaked iphone stuck on the Pineapple logo after installing Python... so... I couldn't find a relatively easy way to get information out there (no, SSH doesn't work) and a restore doesn't work for me because I don't have an updated backup (I was on vacation).

    So, I can think on some solutions, anyone has use it?

    i) Disassembly iPhone and read the flash memory chip directly with some device or with my electronic no-skills.
    ii) Use iRecovery -s (It didn't work for me on Windows) and access the filesystem (fs command ?) and probably remove the file stucking my iphone.l
    iii) Other

    Any help is really appreciated. It's important to note that I have read a lot of web pages posting instructions... but what I tried didn't work, and I haven't find an authoritative source saying how to solve this.

    Thanks,
    srw



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    Quote Originally Posted by srw View Post
    Hi,

    Short story: My Jailbreaked iphone stuck on the Pineapple logo after installing Python... so... I couldn't find a relatively easy way to get information out there (no, SSH doesn't work) and a restore doesn't work for me because I don't have an updated backup (I was on vacation).

    So, I can think on some solutions, anyone has use it?

    i) Disassembly iPhone and read the flash memory chip directly with some device or with my electronic no-skills.
    ii) Use iRecovery -s (It didn't work for me on Windows) and access the filesystem (fs command ?) and probably remove the file stucking my iphone.l
    iii) Other

    Any help is really appreciated. It's important to note that I have read a lot of web pages posting instructions... but what I tried didn't work, and I haven't find an authoritative source saying how to solve this.
    There are some other options that can get your data off. What model iPhone do you have? How technical are you?
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    I have a 1g iPhone with 8gb, the last OS I installed was a 3.0.x (don't remember the x). Also, I am very technical but doing reverse engineering myself is one of the last option on the list.

    If you can give me some ideas, surely they will be very useful at this point!

    Thank You,
    srw

 

 

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