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Discuss [1.1.2 OTB] HW Unlock - solved baseband not resp... - many pitfalls at the Hardware Unlock - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by klaus27 Not sure if this hint helps, but I have disabled Wifi ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by klaus27 View Post
    Not sure if this hint helps, but I have disabled Wifi before opening the terminal.

    What is the output of the launchctl command? And have you tried to do it like this? "launchctl unload -w /Sy..."

    Cheers
    I had overtrusted i.unlock.no guide. After iunew, I restored to 1.1.2 and 1.1.1. Although I followed the guide quite well. I believe their package had a bad nor file. So that I flushed a bootloader which is not exactly 3.9. That could explain why I can't jailbreak 1.1.1 because *#307# doesn't work at all. i.unlock.no patched their package again and again. However, they are totally irresponsible and uncapable to guide this hw unlock. They can't even pinpoint most of the problems we have met so far.

    I believe I have to disasmble the comm board and reflush it in a good phone. However, I don't have the second one currently. I will wait dev team release direct 1.1.3 jailbreak or may be they would issue a restore package. Since they have the key to decrypted restore file, suppose the same key can be used to create a restore file which contains an already jailbreaked firmware.


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    I was also stuck here, without baseband firmware so no wifi... After fighting for some more hours now my girlfriend also has an unlocked iPhone

    The primal suspect of all this mess is that I tried the bootloader downgrade process from a jailbroken 1.1.2 instead of 1.1.1. Always use 1.1.1 !

    The steps I followed that lead me to success after the problem explained in the posts above are:
    I tried do downgrade to 1.02. The iPhone would never boot and kernel messages where appearing in endless loop when iPhone was connected. VERY SCARY
    Then I restored firmware 1.1.1. I did the regular jailbreak method and Wifi was back again! I installed the BSD Subsystem, SSH and Bootloader Downgrader. From SSH I checked the bootloader version: "/usr/bin/bbupdater -v" and it appeared as 3.9 !
    This means that all the process went fine except the updating of the bootloader because I was running on 1.1.2 and that if I was stuck with a simple restore to 1.1.1 I would have solved it all.

    The hardware unlock process is dammed hard. but wewwww, finally it's done.
    Total hours to complete: 9
    Scratches: 0
    Bends: 0.7mm gap in one side between back plate and the polished border plate.

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    Then I restored firmware 1.1.1. I did the regular jailbreak method and Wifi was back again!
    you did the regular jailbreak on 1.1.1 without wifi? can you tell me how did you do that?

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    when you finish iunew program, please make sure bbupdater -f ICE03.14.08_G.fls to have a baseband just in case

    dont forget to upload those files

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    figured out how to get rid of comm layer error:

    at command prompt type:
    ps -A

    this will show a list. look for the items that have System/Library/Fr...(this part is cut-off out of view on the iPhone, but the rest would be Frameworks/etc...). Look at the PID #'s for each of these specific line items, and then enter the following at the prompt:
    kill -9 123 (where '123' is the PID number of the item(s) you've found on the list after typing ps -A).

    now you should be able to run ienew, iunew, bbupdater, iunlock, ieraser, and so on.

    good luck!!

    Eric Jarvies


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    For version 1.0.2 with 4.6 bl, with the baseband lost (1.1.2OTB needed repair phone). What files are needed?. The "nor" has to be unique to the original firmware? for the baseband version? or not anyone serve? Wondering the same thing for the main, secpack and testcode.
    Thanks!

 

 
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