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    I have an iPhone 4 version 4.0 firmware 1.59.00, I removed some programs from Cydia, after the reboot the iphone starts with an infinite logo loop, there is any way to enter in DFU mode to restore with a 4.3.3 custom firmware, If I keep the power and home button the iphone goes in restore mode, with tinyumbrella I can only exit from restore mode but it starts with the infinite loop again.....
    thanks for your help.



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    Quote Originally Posted by coopersport View Post
    I have an iPhone 4 version 4.0 firmware 1.59.00, I removed some programs from Cydia, after the reboot the iphone starts with an infinite logo loop, there is any way to enter in DFU mode to restore with a 4.3.3 custom firmware, If I keep the power and home button the iphone goes in restore mode, with tinyumbrella I can only exit from restore mode but it starts with the infinite loop again.....
    thanks for your help.
    You probably have to restore your iPhone (with pwened DFU mode and custom IPSW) to fix this. (we don't have enough details of what you changed in Cydia that caused the infinite logo loop.)

    If you want to restore any iOS version older than 4.3.3 you must have planned in advance and saved your SHSH blob for that iOS version.
    None of this (SHSH blob, restore to exit bootloop) is new, next time do some more searching before posting a duplicate thread.

    I will close this thread as a useless duplicate unless you can provide some more useful details about the bootloop (is the phone detected by the computer at all during bootloop?, what did you uninstall? Did you have OpenSSH installed? Do you have the enterprise utrility installed on your computer? if so do you see anything on the console log via that?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olethros View Post
    You probably have to restore your iPhone (with pwened DFU mode and custom IPSW) to fix this. (we don't have enough details of what you changed in Cydia that caused the infinite logo loop.)

    If you want to restore any iOS version older than 4.3.3 you must have planned in advance and saved your SHSH blob for that iOS version.
    None of this (SHSH blob, restore to exit bootloop) is new, next time do some more searching before posting a duplicate thread.

    I will close this thread as a useless duplicate unless you can provide some more useful details about the bootloop (is the phone detected by the computer at all during bootloop?, what did you uninstall? Did you have OpenSSH installed? Do you have the enterprise utrility installed on your computer? if so do you see anything on the console log via that?)
    sadly not, no SSH, no SHSH saved, I bought this iphone yestrday, I was cleaning some stuff from the previous owner, like some winterboard theme, and after the restart the iphone start up wit the apple logo for about 10 seconds, off again and restart.....
    during the restart the PC does not detect the iphone, I already prepared a custom 4.3.3 restore firmware but I can't install because I can't put the iphone in DFU mode, if I keep the power and home buttons I can put the iphone in restore mode with the itunes logo but as soon I start the restore I have the error 21......
    I spent about 5 hours last night to research about this problem but no luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coopersport View Post
    sadly not, no SSH, no SHSH saved, I bought this iphone yestrday, I was cleaning some stuff from the previous owner, like some winterboard theme, and after the restart the iphone start up wit the apple logo for about 10 seconds, off again and restart.....
    during the restart the PC does not detect the iphone, I already prepared a custom 4.3.3 restore firmware but I can't install because I can't put the iphone in DFU mode, if I keep the power and home buttons I can put the iphone in restore mode with the itunes logo but as soon I start the restore I have the error 21......
    I spent about 5 hours last night to research about this problem but no luck.
    Without OpenSSH, DFU mode is your key - the procedure is pretty straightforward:

    Make sure the phone is connected to power via the USB cable (either a wall charger or to your computer).
    Force the phone to restart (hold power/home until screen goes black)
    Keep holding power/home for 5 seconds (screen should stay black) then release power but keep holding home.
    That will get you DFU mode.
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    Default Solved!!!!

    no way, DFU by buttons doesn't works.
    but after hours of test, research I found this:

    DFU Mode - The iPhone Wiki

    of course after tried to restore with cusom firmware made by redsn) you will have a error 1600 but here I have found the solution:

    Fix 1604, 1602, 1600 Error During iPhone 3.1.3 IPSW Custom Restore | Redmond Pie

    Now I have my iPhone 4 software 4.3.3 modem firmware 1.59.00........

    Thanks for your help, I hope my experience will help somebodyelse.


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    Glad you got that working. lots have people have struggled with the "corrupt LLB" approach. (there is a whole thread about that)
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    I had the same issue, I have an iphone 3gs with 4.1 firmware installed, I was stuck in a boot loop, and could not retrieve my shsh blobs. I came across this forum, I entered my device into the true hardware DFU mode and then followed the steps from redmond pie and the update will finish via itunes and go to restart, but as it attempts to restart it is still in DFU mode and will not exit out of it. Any ideas what i can do to exit DFU mode, I have attempted to restore about 3 times without any luck. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance

 

 

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