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    guys, I read that this happened to other users too. what I was wondering, is there another way to get into the OS again without having to restore?

    like reversing/undoing the mobile substrate update? or rolling back or anything. I did the update through wlan and didnt backup.

    who would have thought it could kill it all.



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    Default Re: updated mobile substrate, wont boot anymore

    A ram disk boot is the only real option for fixing such things. However only those who develop jailbreak and who do iPhone forensics have the ability to build ramdisks generally.
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    and suddenly I'm a fan of Apple's stringent app store approval process. stuff like that just shouldnt happen. mess it up, ok. but make it unbootable is just nasty.

    ah well, should have backed up. bleh at my missing sms and pictures.

    thanks anyway.

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    Default Re: updated mobile substrate, wont boot anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by loungebob
    and suddenly I'm a fan of Apple's stringent app store approval process. stuff like that just shouldnt happen. mess it up, ok. but make it unbootable is just nasty.

    ah well, should have backed up. bleh at my missing sms and pictures.
    That stuff is backed up everytime you sync your iPhone with iTunes.
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    yeah, but if you're the over the air exchange sync kinda guy and are quite content with your music selection for a while, that wont do you no good.


 

 

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