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    Question Signal Bar problem after jailbreak 4.3.2 advice !

    Hi folks !

    I want a advice/help please.

    Recently i jailbreaked my iphone 4 to the firmware 4.3.2 using Pwnage Tool (on Mac).
    And now i having the problem of only have only one signal bar !

    I found in my research that is a "common" problem of those who do not upgrade his baseband... (Pwnage tool preserve the old baseband...)
    One-Signal-Bar Issue After iOS 4.3.1 Jailbreak Got Fixed! | Jaxov

    I have a factory unlock phone here in Brazil.
    So i dont care if i update my baseband or not... it´s not a problem for me !

    My doubt/questions :
    - What´s the better solution for me ? Restore the iphone to 4.3.2 in itunes (and then i think that the baseband will upgrade too..) and then do the jailbreak... or i have to install this ultrasnow fix ? (i never mess with this ultrasnow because my iphone is unlocked..)

    - Other thing...and about teh SHSH...what i have to do about this ?
    (A time ago Cydia saved it for me..but not now..what´s about that ? because i want to my iphone be jailbreaked in the future on newer firmware versions..)

    Thanx and waiting for a reply !



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    Yes, this is a common problem, firmware 4.3.1/2 with 01.59.00 baseband results in this. The best solution is to just install ultrasn0w. You don't need to add any repo or anything, just go into Cydia and install ultrasn0w.
    About the SHSH, this is just to be able to eventually restore to an older version than the newest available. For example, if you need to restore, your only option is the newest version, you can't restore to older ones because Apple does not allow it. When you backup your SHSH for a certain version, you can always restore to that version. This is important because if Apple patches the jailbreak on another version, you can always keep your jailbreak.

    I noticed you're brazilian, so:
    O jeito mais fácil pra resolver o problema da barra se sinal é instalar o ultrasn0w do Cydia. Não precisa adicionar nenhum repo, só abre o Cydia, procura ultrasn0w e instala.
    Esse SHSH serve para você restaurar o iPhone para uma versão mais baixa. O que acontece é que durante o processo de "restore", o iTunes contata a Apple e checa se o firmware que você está restaurando é o mais novo, e se não for, se recusa a restaurar. Quando você salva o SHSH para uma certa versão, você tem a certeza de que pode sempre voltar para aquela versão, por isso é bom salvar de todas as versões. Isso é muito importante porque a qualquer momento a Apple pode lançar um update e quebrar o Jailbreak, mas se você tiver o SHSH você vai poder ficar na versão mais baixa, com jailbreak.

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    If you have a factory unlocked iPhone just restore to regular 4.3.2. If you are getting error 1013 open tiny umbrella, click on advanced, deselect the box that says "set hosts to cydia on exit". Click apply, close tiny umbrella and then do the restore to 4.3.2. Then you can jailbreak with redsnow 0.9.6rc14 after you are activated and back up and running.

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    Thnx Element and x98car for quick answer !

    For the moment i will follow what element said...
    I installed ultrasnow and immediately the signal bar works !

    Maybe on the future...on new firmware...i will do a normal restore and jailbreak after that like x98car said... i dont care with my baseband because is factory unlocked...

    Only to be certain of this... Cydia dont do the SHSH save anymore (until now) ok ?
    So i have to install tinyumbrella to do that... is that right ??

    Thanx !
    ps to element: Valeu cara...muito obrigado !

    Thnx

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    Yes, it is best to save your own SHSH with tiny umbrella.


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    Cydia used to save SHSH for you, then it had a problem and stopped. I don't know if it's saving again or not, but to be safe use TinyUmbrella, it's very easy to use and once you have connected your iPhone, you can even save future SHSHs without having your iPhone connected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by element View Post
    Cydia used to save SHSH for you, then it had a problem and stopped. I don't know if it's saving again or not, but to be safe use TinyUmbrella, it's very easy to use and once you have connected your iPhone, you can even save future SHSHs without having your iPhone connected.
    Apple blacklisted the virtual machines that Cydia was using to save your SHSH for you. As element said, use TinyUmbrella (which Apple can't ban) until another Cydia solution can be developed that is harder for Apple to blacklist.
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    Side note, I *love* iSHSHit, available from Cydia -- on-device SHSH requesting and storing, with easy mechanisms to save and e-mail the SHSH files. I've been using it since it came out and it has very quickly become the way I ensure I have legit and up-to-date SHSH files. TinyUmbrella is great when I'm near my desktop, but iSHSHit is great for if I'm just roaming around somewhere.
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