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    I have an unlocked 1.1.1 iPhone but keep failing at upgrading to 1.1.2. At the end of the jailbreak.jar process the iPhone is supposed to reboot a bunch of times but mine just sits there with the screen showing the dock connector cable. Any ideas? I have tried this a bunch of times and I don't get any error messages at all. I managed to jailbreak using iNdependence but then I didn't have installer.app and so I couldn't get anySIM on to the iPhone.



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    Where are you starting from? I sounds like you upgraded your baseband or something. I had similar issues while trying to apply 1.1.2 jb prior to 1.1.3 jailbreak after having upgraded thru iTunes (Meaning new firmware).

    You can kick it out of DFU mode (Stuck 1.1.2 JB) with iNdependance or similar util
    Last edited by Dnerve; 01-27-2008 at 06:59 PM.

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    I just worked it out. I used iNdependence to kick it out of whatever mode it was in and it rebooted a few times and came up jailbroken.

 

 

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