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    I've got the exact same problem. I do own both a Win7 machine and a Macbook Pro. I'm getting stuck at the same point. Advice? I can try other stuff since I've got the mac.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jawn View Post
    I've got the exact same problem. I do own both a Win7 machine and a Macbook Pro. I'm getting stuck at the same point. Advice? I can try other stuff since I've got the mac.
    Publish your full restore log and we can see if this is the same problem. http://www.hackint0sh.org/f137/130802.htm
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    Here's my full log:2010-11-11 19:42:52.000 iTunes - Jawn iphone log - GEbmyytP - Pastebin.com

    The nvram bit at the end:
    nvram: Error setting variable - 'boot-args': (iokit/common) general error
    error setting 'boot-args' to '': 1

    I consistently get the error 6 when trying to restore an Apple firmware on both my Mac and PC. When I try to restore a custom firmware it returns an error 1600, BUT iReb can then see the phone and pop it into "Waiting for custom firmware" mode. Going back to the mac (but not on the PC) iRecovery can then see iphone (but I'm not sure it's saving the commands).

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    Any ideas? Or should I sell it for parts on craigslist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jawn View Post
    Any ideas? Or should I sell it for parts on craigslist?
    Nope, I have yet to see a solution for this. My best guess is that the NOR is corrupt or has failed.

    Without the NOR the device will ALWAYS boot into DFU mode, boot-args is part of the NVRAM which is stored at 0xFC000 and 0xFE000 on the NOR.

    Even if you could somehow get past the clear_persistent_boot_args routine, the next few steps in the restore process all deal with the NOR (update_NOR, Img3_update_NOR, set_boot_stage) and will likely also fail.

    Your only hope is to try and replace the NOR chip. Or sell the iPhone on eBay for parts (what model is it by the way?)
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    It's a 16gb 3g.

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    According to the iPhone wiki, it's a 1MB SPI NOR flash chip you need - this is the specific model SST > Flash Memory > Serial Flash > SST25VF080B. However you are likely better off buying a broken 3g iPhone on eBay cheap and attempting to swap the NOR.

    Or sell yours on eBay for parts.
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    Thanks Olethros. I think I'll put it on ebay for the parts. Hopefully I can get enough to replace it with a cheapy android phone.

 

 
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