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    Default [1.1.2->1.1.3][3.9] Phone bricked?

    Hello!
    I've unlocked my iPhone (BL 3.9) with IPSF. Earlier, I tried to upgrade to 1.1.3 using ZiPhone, but now it doesn't boot up. They told me that it's due to IPSF, which is not compatible with 1.1.3's BB: what can I do now?



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    hey man..i had unlocked my iPhone via IPSF as well before..and it may mess with the unlock...what I did was a factory restore to 1.1.3 and then ran ZiPhone 2.0, make sure it's in debug mode so you can see if any errors occur. Also..make sure you hit the eject button on itunes on the bottom right in order to get your iPhone ready to perform what it has to do.

    I hope that helps man..good luck!
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    restore to 1.1.1, then run ziphone and erase with it the baseband. Then restore to 1.1.3 and run ziphone -a -j -u -v .You will end with an unlocked 1.1.3 [3.9]phone

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    pardon, I don't understand so much...
    How can I do a factory restre? however, I did this
    - Restore to 1.1.3 with DFU mode
    - Run ZiPhone with -b -a -j and then -u -a -j (they told me to do so)
    - It works, but after it reboots, it goes into a endless reboot (and, with the apple logo, appears also the "loading" bar... the circle with rotating sticks)
    what can I do now?

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    Alright...let me break this down for you the best I can.

    Open iTunes..hit restore..once your iPhone is connected..let your iPhone restore to 1.1.3

    Once the restore is complete..download ZiPhone 2.0

    Run the Ziphone GUI .exe file
    ZiPhone 2.0 puts your iphone in DFU recovery mode on it's own so you will not have to worry about that part.

    Run Jailbreak, Activate, and Unlock.

    Also make sure debug (Verbose) mode is checked.

    Let the process run itself and look at your iPhone to make sure nothing is going wrong..

    After it is all done your phone should work perfectly fine.

    If you need to put it in DFU/recovery mode follow these steps.

    Turn the phone off.

    Hold the power AND home button at the same time until the silver apple logo appears.

    After it appears..let go of the power button and continue HOLDING the home buttom..after it all your phone should be in DFU mode.

    Good Luck!
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    I did all those steps three times. I used ZiPhone 2.1 (verbose doesn't exist here) with the command line tool (I used it on the other Windows PC: my pc is a Mac).
    It works perfectly but, after the first reboot... it simply doesn't boot up!
    They told me that BB 4.03 checks for the IPSF trick and, if present, doesn't boot up...

    It seems there are no way to exit...

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    There is the option of clearing your baseband? However I ran IPSF on my phone previously..and I ran Ziphone 2.0 without having any errors..i'll brb i'm going to link you to a different GUI file and it should work.

    -Edit-

    I cannot find a proper mirror..if it doesn't work by tonight email me at jobbeh@gmail.com and i will send you the ZiPhone 2.0 I have at home.

    Cheers and Good Luck!
    Last edited by NuKeZ; 02-14-2008 at 10:22 PM. Reason: Clarification
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    You can restore to 1.1.1 , download ziphone again and start all over. if that dont work you can always sell your bricked phone on ebay for parts or sumthing

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    Quote Originally Posted by NuKeZ View Post
    There is the option of clearing your baseband? However I ran IPSF on my phone previously..and I ran Ziphone 2.0 without having any errors..i'll brb i'm going to link you to a different GUI file and it should work.

    -Edit-

    I cannot find a proper mirror..if it doesn't work by tonight email me at jobbeh@gmail.com and i will send you the ZiPhone 2.0 I have at home.

    Cheers and Good Luck!
    I've sent you my email...
    You are my last hope
    thank you
    bye

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    now everything works...
    It was a bug of ZiPhone (I deleted the icon on the SB that linked to Zibri's blog)... Now with ZP 2.2 it's everything ok (or at least it seems )


 

 
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