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1.0.2 to 1.1.1 Upgrade Accident
Okay, I decided to create a new thread to help reduce the clutter in the mega threads in this forum for my purposes.
I live in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and bought an unlocked Apple iPhone with the 1.0.2 (possibly 1.0.1) firmware version from a Fido store. Today, I updated my firmware to 1.1.1, not knowing the effects of the 1.1.1 update with unlocked phones. I am flustered to find easy to understand methods to fix my iPhone.
I have heard of downgrading my firmware from 1.1.1 back to 1.0.2, but I am reading mixed reports of the baseband not being able to be downgraded. Is this absolutely true?
At the very least, I would like to be able to recover my address book from my iPhone. Is this possible? Also, as for computer, I am using Microsoft Windows XP (Service Pack 2).
I really hope I can fix my iPhone to work on the Fido network again.
I am willing to pay any person $200.00 (CAD or USD) to whoever can help me fix my iPhone, completely or partially.
You can only downgrade back to firmware 1.0.2. There are mixed reports of being able to downgrade the baseband but I have seen more people saying it doesn't work but here is a link on how to downgrade
Thanks for the link, but that hardly will meet my need to reduce confusion through being a bit more clearer, direct, and specific to my case, hence the new thread I made.
To any others who may consider replying, please direct more specific solutions. Thanks again for the input!
If you have too much money left, donate it to the Dev Team.
I'm afraid the address book is lost and I'm also afraid that you're stuck
with an iPod instead of an iPhone for the time being.
You can downgrade to FW 1.0.2 to make the iPhone work again MINUS the phone part
but you can't downgrade your FW 1.1.1 baseband, meaning that you're stuck right now.
Another friendly hint: PLEASE check the SEARCH function, the STICKY posts and other question related threads/posts BEFORE you start a new thread. It doesn't really help anybody if threads like this one flood the forums with repeated useless stuff.
Maybe I should just start to delete each and every repeated thread without any comment and maybe people realize that they have done something wrong.
Honestly, look at the first page of this forum, like you said, it is a clutter of mega threads and it gets harder and harder to pick something useful from them.
Thanks for your understanding.
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