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    hi!

    I have a question that maybe some of you can answer. Can I erase a 4.03.13_G baseband with the 4.6 bootloader? (With ienew or running the baseband downgrader from i.unlock.no). I have read that with 4.6 you can't flash de baseband until a newer version is released and its secpack is available, but can it be erased?

    thank you all in advance, and sorry if the question has already been answered. I've been searching and haven't found anything.



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    I think it's impossible at the moment. 4.6 doesn't allow you to downgrade baseband. I'm very sorry about this

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    i know that you can't reflash, but in the hw unlock tutorial it says that you have to run ienew with bootloader 4.6, that is before you downgrade the bootloader. that's where my confusion comes from. so, did i understand correctly? Or am i wrong? i'm noob on this world, and i'm still trying to figure out how all the fieces fit together.

    thanks for your paticence and your answers!

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    I asked this about 2 weeks ago.. no one replied for sure.

    you -CAN NOT- do this. Something having to do with needing a newer secpack to validate the previous version to be able to delete it. That is why 112 OTB HW unlock works after 113 came out. However, TA_Mobile did the HW unlock for 113 so this is probably possible, so no one knows yet..

    So right now the answer is: No one but TA_Mobile knows.

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    After looking around a bit, I'm afraid you actually can. There are a few posts of people with BL 4.6 and erased basebands trying to downgrade them.


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    Hi! Problem is .... most ppl just said can be done but dont provide much info after that and some dont even mention they have a BL 3.9 iPhone. I do hope there is a way to downgrade the firmware for OTB 1.1.2 and 1.1.3

 

 

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