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    Default [1.1.2 (1.0.2 OTB)] Infinite Loop

    Tried to downgrade from 1.1.2 to 1.0.2 and phone got into startup mode over and over

    hey! i just tried to ibrick my phone version 1.1.2 and downgrade it to 1.0.2 and when it was finnished i started to restore it with the file in ibrick 1.0.2.ipsw

    and now it just seems totaly fucked up cant do anything via USb or nothing.

    you can find the pictures on http://www.motorportalen.net/phpbb/v...?p=30945#30945

    Please i need help! howto install any working firmware when the phone is totaly crazy!

    Thanks!

    1.1.2 (1.0.2 OTB)
    Last edited by madownage; 01-04-2008 at 06:46 PM.



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    i had the same problem... Keep trying to put it in DFU(restore mode) it will eventually work. When it does, click on the restore option so it can correct all the files you messed up then proceed to doing whateva it is you were trying to do.

    Dont shift and restore, just do a normal restore.
    Last edited by rdawodu; 01-04-2008 at 08:42 PM. Reason: restore

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    I don't know if what I will tell you will be any usefull.. but whatever.

    I had some problems when downgrading and also experienced some "all time rebooting iphone" status. Even though I never saw the last two images you posted.

    I could revive the iphone just getting it into DFU mode. You know pressing start and home button for 10 secs and releasing power button only till you pc recognizes it as a recovery iphone. Try different moments several times.

    Hope it helps, let me know
    Good Luck


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    How will i put it in DFU mode i tried what you wrote but its just the same!

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    Hold the power button and the home button and the same time till the screen goes off. when it does, let go of the power/sleep button while holding on too the home button for 30 sec and then connect it to itunes


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    Yeah that's right. Also you can count the seconds till releasing the power button, exactly 10. Sometimes is about 1 sec after the screen goes dark.

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    thats what ever guide said for me to do but i could never get that combo to work. what worked for me was just connect to computer and hold both buttons and dont let go till itunes said it detect my phone. my is a week 49 1.1.2(oh i have 3 of them and i had to do that to all of them)

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    Iīm having a similiar problem!

    i have an iphone 1.1.2 OTB, that i did exactly like the tutorials say (downgrade, jailbreak, oktoprep and update do 1.1.2).
    The problem is that my phone is restarting frequently, suddenly, every time i turn it on or return from lock sliding the bar.
    I removed all the apps i had installed and did all the restore process again, but it still restarting eventually.
    I think it has something to do with the wirelesse connection, since it happens more often inside my bedroom, where the wireless signal can't come in.

    Please, i really need your help, what do you think I can do to solve this problem?
    Should i leave it with wi fi unactivated every time? Should it solve this?
    Or do you think itīs a hardware problem...
    iPhone week 46 v1.1.2 BL 4.6 Jaibroken, UNLOCKED through Geohot`s method!
    Macbook 2.0 Ghz 2 Gb 80 HD White

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    Quote Originally Posted by RodrigoPinto View Post
    Iīm having a similiar problem!

    i have an iphone 1.1.2 OTB, that i did exactly like the tutorials say (downgrade, jailbreak, oktoprep and update do 1.1.2).
    The problem is that my phone is restarting frequently, suddenly, every time i turn it on or return from lock sliding the bar.
    I removed all the apps i had installed and did all the restore process again, but it still restarting eventually.
    I think it has something to do with the wirelesse connection, since it happens more often inside my bedroom, where the wireless signal can't come in.

    Please, i really need your help, what do you think I can do to solve this problem?
    Should i leave it with wi fi unactivated every time? Should it solve this?
    Or do you think itīs a hardware problem...
    Put your phone in DFU mode and restore it. Should take care of your problem

    If in doubt, RESTORE!

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    I already did all that process of restoring again.
    The only thing is that i did the restore with the firmware 1.1.1, and then i did the update to 1.1.2.
    Do you think iīd better restore to 1.1.2, then downgrade to 1.1.1 to update again to 1.1.2? Does it make any difference?
    The guy who sold me the phone is telling that this is a software problem, that itīs happening because of something that has been installed and that i should virginize the phone, but i donīt know if itīs necessary with 1.1.2 since its baseband has neven been touched.
    Do you think it can be a hardware problem?
    I noticed that when i installed customize the phone seems to restart more often, almost every time i turn it on.
    Really need help
    iPhone week 46 v1.1.2 BL 4.6 Jaibroken, UNLOCKED through Geohot`s method!
    Macbook 2.0 Ghz 2 Gb 80 HD White


 

 
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