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    Hi guys, sorry to bother but.. heres the thing:

    I restored a non-working 1.1.4 to 1.1.1 through iTunes, gave me the 1015 error which I was specting and then kicked it out of DFU mode with iBrickr. At that point, I had a 1.1.1 iPhone (Jailed/Blocked). Tried to go to jailbrakeme.com, no luck. i.unlock.no, theres no longer a button that says "Tap here to jailbreak" it just redirects me to their main page.

    I downloaded iJailbreak for Mac, and got my iPhone jailbraked, but with no Installer.

    so I decided (God knows why !@#$) to download 1.0.2 firmware, to jailbreak/unlock/activate. I did everything iBrickr told me to; Restored to 1.0.2 trhough ibrickr/itunes, then, chose what iTunes told me, fine. It was 1.0.2 jailed/blocked. now iBrickr told me to "Free my iPhone" and thats when hell arrived. my iphone is in an infinite loop. it starts with the apple ("booting up"), then "Please connect to itunes (yellow triangle)" and then it enters in some verbose mode with loooads of sentences scrolling up the screen, pretty fast I may add.. and then, it begins the entire process over and over. (starting with the apple).

    Ive tried to put it on DFU mode by holding sleep\wake and home too many times, still nothing. he turns off until I press sleep/wake again, and when I do, boom, the loops starts again.

    I honestly dont know what else to do. cause I cant do anything in my computer. it keeps popping in and out of the OS. (USB)

    PLEASE.. help?
    iPhone 4 16GB [4.0.2 / Unlocked (ultrasn0w) & Jailbroken (http://jailbreakme.com) ]
    15" MacBook Pro [Unibody]
    Custom PC [Windows 7 RC(7100)]



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    i Had the exact same problem with iBrickr. I looked for about 5 hours on the net for a solution. I hate iBrickr with a passion for the amount of lost sleep i had because it wasnt my iPhone i was working on.

    To get the scrolling code to stop I held the home button (while all the code was scrolling) and connected the phone to the computer which it then recognized as in Recovery mode and then i restored to 1.1.1 in iTunes. Ill be honest i restored it a couple times because i was certain i had f(&$ed something up bad so i restored a couple times and then when i had a stable (non-scrolling code) iphone with an activation screen i used the *3001#12345#* to make sure that the firmware/modem version and IMEI were all correct. once i was certain of that i RESTORED to 1.1.4 and then used iLiberty+ to activate/jailbreak/unlock the iPhone.

    My problem wasnt the same as yours aside from iBrickr screwing me over with the scrolling code because i had a 1.0.2 phone i was trying to virginize and upgrade but the scrolling code i think is because we had 1.1.1 phone and then downgraded and then used iBrickr which does not support anything abouve 1.0.2 but thats just a guess. i hope you fix your problem goodluck!

 

 

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