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    Default [1.1.2/1.1.3] Help! iPhone in recovery mode!

    I need your help!
    I wanted to update a jailbreaked iPhone from firmware 1.1.2 to 1.1.3 using the Installer (which is described on iClarified). Because i have done this 2 times before on other iPhones i was not worried about the time for waiting until the update is done. so i went to bed and today i wake up and the iPhone is on recovery mode (showing the itunes symbol and the connector cable). I dont know what to do now. Can I "save" the jailbreaking or do i have to revirginize and do the whole crap from the beginning? The iPhone is from production week 38 so it should not have the "bad" baseband



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    cant you use independence/ibrikr to kick it out?

    anyway, why are you doing that? the proper way to jailbreak 1.1.3, and 1.1.4 has been done.
    plug it into itunes, restore to 1.1.4, and use ziphone to unlock, jailbreak and activate
    win: http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=746
    mac: http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=747
    Phil | MacBook Pro 2.4GHz Leopard | iPhone 8GB

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    thank you for answering so fast

    indipendence says, that my itunes version is not supported (7.6.1) ...

    but i could simply connect the iphone on itunes and restore to 1.1.4 and do the ziphone method? (i tried first with the installer method because i did it with the installer twice so i thought "i know it will work"...)

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    indipendence says, that my itunes version is not supported (7.6.1) ...
    That is because you are not using the latest version of Independence...

    but i could simply connect the iphone on itunes and restore to 1.1.4 and do the ziphone method? (i tried first with the installer method because i did it with the installer twice so i thought "i know it will work"...)
    That is precisely what I would do (except I would use iPlus not Ziphone)... Forget the installer method as it's old news now...

    Good luck

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    thank you, i will try this now...


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    Thank you for your advice. It worked prfectly and very fast. Nothing against the old "dial *#307* " method...

 

 

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