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    Default Unable to restore...dead comm board or logic board?

    Restore keeps stalling on every attempt....
    I can leave it running for hours, never goes any further.

    Is the comm board dead, or is it the logic board?

    [libusbrestore: 0x280, 13:10:05.305] => <Restore Device 0B2D75F8>: operation 28 progress -1



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    did u open it up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsobbi View Post
    did u open it up?
    No, but someone else did after they dropped it.

    I wasn't hardware unlocked or anything, but it won't restore, just stalls forever.
    Pretty sure it's the logic board that's fubar??

    [libusbrestore: 0xD18, 22:49:45.854] => <Recovery Mode Device 01D6BCA8>: operation 3 progress -1
    [libusbrestore: 0xD18, 22:49:45.884] => <Recovery Mode Device 01D6BCA8>: operation 4 progress -1
    [libusbrestore: 0xD18, 22:49:45.444] => <Recovery Mode Device 01D6BCA8>: operation 5 progress -1
    [libusbrestore: 0xD18, 22:49:47.927] => <Recovery Mode Device 01D6BCA8>: operation 6 progress -1
    [libusbrestore: 0xD18, 22:49:47.558] => <Recovery Mode Device 01D6BCA8>: operation 7 progress -1
    [libusbrestore: 0xD18, 22:49:48.868] => <Recovery Mode Device 01D6BCA8>: operation 8 progress -1
    [libusbrestore: 0xD18, 22:49:48.898] => Force NAND erase = 1
    [libusbrestore: 0xD18, 22:49:48.928] => <Recovery Mode Device 01D6BCA8>: operation 9 progress -1
    [libusbrestore: 0xFB0, 22:49:55.439] => WinAMRestore::OnInterfaceRemoval: \\?\USB#Vid_05ac&Pid_1280#5&85ede88&0&4#{ed82a167-d61a-4af6-9ab6-11e52236c576}\IB1100
    [libusbrestore: 0xFB0, 22:49:55.499] => WinAMRestore::RemoveAppleDeviceFromDeviceList: \\?\USB#Vid_05ac&Pid_1280#5&85ede88&0&4#{ed82a167-d61a-4af6-9ab6-11e52236c576}\IB1100
    [libusbrestore: 0xFB0, 22:49:55.519] => AppleDevice::NotifyDisconnect: APPLEDEVICE_TYPE_RECOVERY
    [libusbrestore: 0xE48, 22:49:56.150] => <Restore Device 0728B258>: operation 3 progress -1
    [libusbrestore: 0xE48, 22:49:56.190] => <Restore Device 0728B258>: operation 4 progress -1
    [libusbrestore: 0xE48, 22:49:56.270] => device information response = <CFDictionary 072D5730 [6732D030]>{type = mutable, count = 8, capacity = 17, pairs = (
    2 : <CFString 072B5340 [6732D030]>{contents = "Request"} = <CFString 0729D4D8 [6732D030]>{contents = "QueryType"}
    6 : <CFString 0729C298 [6732D030]>{contents = "ChipRevision"} = <CFNumber 072B61E8 [6732D030]>{value = +2, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
    7 : <CFString 072B6068 [6732D030]>{contents = "NORImageVersion"} = <CFNumber 0729ECF8 [6732D030]>{value = +2, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
    9 : <CFString 072B6248 [6732D030]>{contents = "RestoreProtocolVersion"} = <CFNumber 01E10E48 [6732D030]>{value = +7, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
    13 : <CFString 0729ECE0 [6732D030]>{contents = "Type"} = <CFString 0729B180 [6732D030]>{contents = "com.apple.mobile.restored"}
    15 : <CFString 072B6EA0 [6732D030]>{contents = "SerialNumber"} = <CFString 072B6DB0 [6732D030]>{contents = "7S72505VWH8"}
    19 : <CFString 0729AD88 [6732D030]>{contents = "HardwareModel"} = <CFString
    [libusbrestore: 0xE48, 22:49:56.310] => <Restore Device 0728B258>: operation 28 progress -1

    It will sit @ the above line indefinately....left it for an hour

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    well if you opened it
    then you might have broken alot more that just the logic board
    maybe even the comm board so does anything on the iphone work?

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    Turns on/off, screen works.
    Not too worried about opening it up, since....
    1. It was dropped
    2. someone already had opened it up

    The phone itself is very easy to disassemble, again not too worried
    Quote Originally Posted by rsobbi View Post
    you might have broken alot more that just the logic board
    maybe even the comm board so does anything on the iphone work?
    Just looking for an opinion from someone who understands the hardware of the phone.
    It's obvious that the restore process starts, communication w/ device is clearly shown in the restore log file(s).
    So wondering if it's worth trying a diff logic board.


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    Using iphoneinterface.exe can communicate with the iPhone, but still no go on a restore.

    C:\ibrickr_v0.8>jailbreak 009-7698-4.dmg kernelcache.release.s5l8900xrb
    s_Looking for iPhone
    s_Sending boot files
    s_Booting iPhone
    s_iPhone disconnected
    s_Waiting for iPhone to finish booting...
    s_restore_main
    s_restore_wait_finished
    s_1
    s_2
    s_3
    s_4
    e_FileSystemCheck for disk0s1 failed, error: 6
    e_Failure

    Anybody know what error 6 means??
    Guessing it's not able to write to the flash.

 

 

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