Discuss Error 1002 during restore at the Hardware - Hackint0sh.org; From reading around I think the log shows the baseband is fried. Can anyone confirm ...
Error 1002 during restore
From reading around I think the log shows the baseband is fried. Can anyone confirm or suggest a solution if I'm wrong?
iTunes version: 10.5.2.11
iPhone OS version (before restore/update): Unknown, it's a friends phone
Platform: Win 7 64bit
iphone log - Pastebin.com
Correct. The log file indicates that the baseband is not responding normally to requests. This is usually caused by either a bricked baseband chip or by attempting to flash the iPad baseband on a newer 3GS (Week 35 of 2011).
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