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    Smile [1.0.2 OTB] 1.1.1 > Soft Updated 1.1.3 > 1.0.2 > Stuck

    Hello everybody. My iPhone started life as an OTB 1.0.2, week 35. I made sure to give the Dev Team and all early adopters time to work out the kinks in any new releases before I updated to any new firmware. Jailbreakme.com and AnySIM were used to boost the phone to 1.1.1.

    A few days ago I, unlike what I normally do, decided to perform the "soft upgrade 1.1.3," which also fully worked for me. However, after seeing a lot of negative stories on Nate True's method I wanted to perform the Official Dev Team-released 1.1.3 upgrade. Following the first stickied-guide on the iPhone>Unlock thread (http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=610), I noticed I needed to have a 1.1.2 Jailbroken iPhone.

    Following the linked guide for this procedure (http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=461), I started to restore my phone to 1.1.1..... Thatís when all hell broke loose.

    Just as a forewarning, I HAVE scoured the interwebs, Hackint0sh, modmyifone, howardsforums, Google, and have not been able to fix the issue.

    That being said, what I know is as follows:
    1. iPhone is version 1.0.2
    2. IMEI is correctly showing up in General>About
    3. Modem firmware is 04.02.13_G
    4. Jailbreaking w/iBrickr fails: iPhone remains at yellow triangle screen, iBrickr remains at "Running the jailbreak program, which will copy a couple files to your phone... This will take a short while, and your phone will restart."
    5. Running AppTappInstaller.exe (version 0.92) and selecting "1.0.2" halts at "Step 0: 4 Entering recovery mode," with the iPhone halted at the yellow triangle screen (aka, just like iBrickr)
    6. I have tried many other versions of iTunes, completely wiping my computer of any traces of iTunes or QT, and rebooting in between each installation. (iTunes 7.4.2, 7.4.3, 7.5, 7.6)
    7. Restoring the phone to 1.0.2 seems to work, although I am left with an error message.
    8. Restoration with firmware 1.1.1 or 1.1.2 always halts at "Preparing to restore..." with subsequent error message.
    9. Booting iPhone into DFU Mode is possible, although iTunes (7.4.2 - 7.6) never gives an option to Restore.
    10. I have tried the above on several USB 2.0 ports
    11. Computer is WinXP Pro, SP2.


    This is about all I can think of to give you guys in terms of information, although I will gladly share more upon request. If you have any insight into this dilemma, I would certainly appreciate it.

    Cheers!



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    Try downgrading modem firmware to 03.14.08 (whatever 102/111 is supposed to be).
    T-Mobile iPhone Official Dev Team 1.1.3
    Fully Unlocked, Everything Works
    LIFELINE // OTB111 (Jailbreakme.com w/ anySim 1.1) // 112 (touchFree w/ anySim 1.2.1u) // NateTrue 113 // Dev Team 113

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilxvietxboi View Post
    Try downgrading modem firmware to 03.14.08 (whatever 102/111 is supposed to be).
    Thank you for your suggestion, lilxvietxboi. I started searching the internet again for this type of downgrade, but most guides about the topic require a Jailbroken phone first (http://www.winandmac.com/mobile/ipho...ia-downgrade/).

    However, I think it has set me on a new path; I need to find a way to manually enter the commands that iBrickr is executing through scripts. This will help me isolate the issue.

    Does anybody know of a guide (I have searched) to manually do what iBrickr is supposed to do automatically?

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    once you downgrade to 1.1.1 then youll use ibrickr to boot the phone up and go through the jailbreak process. then okto prep to get on 1.1.2 if you want or you can skip that step and go right to the 1.1.3 dev team jailbreak. id go with 1.1.2 and install ssh

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    Just as dannyws6 said:

    1. restore to 1.1.1
    2. boot with ibrickr
    3. jailbreak via jailbreakme.com
    4. oktoprep
    5. upgrade to 1.1.2

    The ATT sim needs to be in the phone during this process


 

 

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