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    Default [1.1.2 OTB][Problem] HW unlock failed, restore 1011 error

    While restoring to all

    1.1.1
    1.1.2
    1.0.2

    Received error 1011 (tried via ibrickr, same thing)

    No wifi, NO IMEI and NO ICCID

    I believe there are about 100 ppl with this problem.

    Please post only solution, if you have fixed it from this condition. Do not post anything else, this is to keep this thread clean. I appreciate your help. Post the link to donate along with your solution.



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    I finally got 1.0.2 firmware onto my OTB 1.1.2 BL4.6 H/W downgraded iPhone that was messed up, and ended up without a baseband.

    If you have a second iPhone, install 1.0.2 firmware onto it, and then use it as a means of fooling iTunes. Plugging both iPhones into your computer, and naming the BAD iPhone the exact SAME as the good iPhone, and then doing an UPGRADE against the good iPhone, unplugging it jest before the ipsw file unpacks. At this point, iTunes will keep going with the install process, but the only iPhone that will be plugged in to the computer at this point will be he BAD iPhone. iTunes proceeds with the upgrade install, but errors after 10-15 minutes. However, this is a NEW error. Now, take and remove your 7.4.x iTunes from your computer, and all of it's associated files, and then install iTunes 7.3.x. From this point, launch iBrickr, and proceed with the normal 1.0.2 firmware install via iBrickr, and it should work!

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericjarvies View Post
    I finally got 1.0.2 firmware onto my OTB 1.1.2 BL4.6 H/W downgraded iPhone that was messed up, and ended up without a baseband.

    If you have a second iPhone, install 1.0.2 firmware onto it, and then use it as a means of fooling iTunes. Plugging both iPhones into your computer, and naming the BAD iPhone the exact SAME as the good iPhone, and then doing an UPGRADE against the good iPhone, unplugging it jest before the ipsw file unpacks. At this point, iTunes will keep going with the install process, but the only iPhone that will be plugged in to the computer at this point will be he BAD iPhone. iTunes proceeds with the upgrade install, but errors after 10-15 minutes. However, this is a NEW error. Now, take and remove your 7.4.x iTunes from your computer, and all of it's associated files, and then install iTunes 7.3.x. From this point, launch iBrickr, and proceed with the normal 1.0.2 firmware install via iBrickr, and it should work!

    Good luck!
    hi ericjarvies

    need to confirm few things:
    - install 1.0.2 firmware into the 2nd iphone (GOOD iphone) and do an upgrade on it. upgrade to 1.1.1? or 1.1.2?
    - before the ipsw file unpacks, is it same as the extraction process?
    - where to download 7.3.x?

    thanks in advance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by l00khere View Post
    hi ericjarvies

    need to confirm few things:
    - install 1.0.2 firmware into the 2nd iphone (GOOD iphone) and do an upgrade on it. upgrade to 1.1.1? or 1.1.2?
    - before the ipsw file unpacks, is it same as the extraction process?
    - where to download 7.3.x?

    thanks in advance...
    hello,

    for starters, you can go to filehippo.com and search for iTunes to located all of the iTunes versions, for windoze.

    second, i cannot be certain which of the two methods worked for me.

    normally, if you only plug-in the bad iPhone, and hold down both iPhone buttons for 25-30 seconds, only the RESTORE button will be available on iTunes. however, once you add a second(good) iPhone to the mix, iTunes then adds that second iPhone to it's list, and affords the UPGRADE/UPDATE button. At this point, you change the name of the bad iPhone from untitled to the same name as the good iPhone...exactly with CaPs and and s p a c e s just as the good iPhone is names. you then hold down SHIFT and click the UPGRADE button. this will begin the firmware extraction process of the ipsw file. immediately before the extraction process is about to end, you need to unplug the good iPhone. iTunes will then continue with the update/upgrade process using the bad iPhone. I think it is important to hold down the buttons for 25-30 seconds, instead of the typical 10/20 seconds(remember, you iPhone at that point is at 1.1.1 or 1.1.2, which typically requires a 10/20 second hold down of the iPhone buttons).

    now i first did this when iTunes 7.4.x was installed. and the reason i had used this version, is because the good phone i was using happened to have 1.1.1 firmware on it, something iTunes 7.3.x could not handle, wherein it would tell you to upgrade iTunes in order to support the good iPhone nad it's respective newer firmware. it error'd with a 1604 i think, instead of the 1011/1002/1601/1/-50/-18 errors. At this point i uninstalled iTunes 7.4.x, and made sure to remove apple's mobile device, and all other files related to iTunes/iPhone. i then installed iTunes7.3.x, making sure to reboot both for the uninstall and the new install. I then opened iBrickr, and it finally recognized the iPhone, meaning, it afforded the 1.0.2 downgrade process, wherein it tells you to go to iTunes, downgrade using the shift/restore method, and upon return, tell it what iTunes said. In my case, the iPhone FINALLY error'd out of iTunes with the normal 1.0.2 error, having the yellow triangle on it's screen(yea!!).

    so, if you have a good iPhone that has firmware 1.0.2 on it, you could likely use iTunes 7.3.x, instead of 7.4.x for the two iPhone trick. i am not sure, but rather, i am just assuming.

    so then you need to go about using iBrickr to install bsd, etc. remember, you cannot use the pxl installer from the INSTALL APPLICATIONS button. instead, you need to go to iphone.exploit.org/pxl/ and download the files to your computer's hard drive. if they download as pxl files, great, they are ready to install using the FILE option in iBrickr. if they d/l as .zip files, you will need to change the .zip to .pxl first. it is important you install bsd subsystem, mobile squid, and terminal apps. you then need to locate the iunew, etc. files, and copy those to your usr/bin folder. i had to hunt these down, because you do not have installer/wifi, so these have to copied onto the iPhone manually, and then you need to use mobile squid to set the permission on them to 775 or 777(or cd /usr/bin and chmod +x *.* using terminal). you can also install uictl, an app that allows you to turn on/off the plist files.

    speaking of the com.apple.CommCenter.plist file, mine was already inactive, and i have not been able to load it after many attempts.additionally, i have been unable to unload/unload -w/stop the com.apple.mobile.lockdown.plist file either. in the baseband downgrader as is part of the H/W unlock, you need to stop the com.apple.CommCenter.plist file. in the bbupdater *fls / *.eep method, you need to stop both the com.apple.CommCenter.plist file and the com.apple.mobile.lockdown file, as per the normal procedure. but, i have not been able to do either of them... the CommCenter never loads, and the mobile.lockdon never unloads none the less, i've advanced.

    i have now done both procedures 2-3 times each. I have had each procedure succeed one time. after each failure, i held down both buttons on the iPhone for a few seconds, and then turned off the iPhone, and turned it back on again, in order to clear/clean things up(do NOT restore/upgrade!! just do a hard boot)

    if your iPhone will let it's com.apple.CommCenter.plist file be stopped, then do so using "unload -w" via ulctl app. and with com.apple.mobile.lockdown tap on "stop" if they are already off/greyed out, great.

    now return to terminal, and type cd /usr/bin

    and then type ./ieraser and it will cycle though a bunch of numbers grouped in 2's, 15 columns wide. and when finished it should say:
    Hopefully the main flash was erased, wait for
    the next step...

    and then type ./bbupdater -f *.fls -e *.eep and it will cycle through a few hundred lines of ProcessDetail and ProgressUpdated messages, and then when finished, it should say:
    resetting target...
    pinging the baseband...
    issuing +cpwroff...
    done

    i ran this method a few times, and the first couple of times it kept saying i had ebl version 4.6, and failed to copy, process not updated, etc. etc. etc. the last time, it said i had ebl version 3.9!!

    now prior to running this method, i ran the iunew command, or rather, at terminal i entered sleep 10; iunew. you can enter 15 or 20 or 30 seconds if you like, however long it takes you to touch the two points on the circuit board. now this errored a couple of times, and then succeeded a couple of times. immediately before the above-mentioned bl 3.9 success, i had run this and had a testpoint works 55 success. in each case, i hard booted the iphone. and yes, i had to touch the test points, sometimes taking 10-20 tries each time.

    so, right now i am in hold mode. i am not going to restore/upgrade/anything, until i know for certain where i am at, where this damn iPhone is at. but one thing for certain, i had success on both of the above mentioned processes, and that my friends is a GOOD thing!! why? because it means we have hope, and it is likely i will have this otherwise bricked iPhone working before long. hopefully you guys will too!!

    it also means we are finding loopholes in the apple software/hardware.

    eric

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    *sigh* sad to say i can't find a spare GOOD iphone which i can downgrade to 1.0.2. but yr info is really helpful. have to search ard if anyone i know has iphone. kinda RARE in where i'm staying...

    btw, i tried all kinda methods...shift + restore to 1.0.2, 1.1.1, 1.1.2 and all failed. in the end, i tried to shift + restore to 1.1.3. i was going thru the firmware version and noted that mine is 04.03.13_G. anyway to jailbreak it? coz i tried to downgrade to the other versions but failed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by l00khere View Post
    *sigh* sad to say i can't find a spare GOOD iphone which i can downgrade to 1.0.2. but yr info is really helpful. have to search ard if anyone i know has iphone. kinda RARE in where i'm staying...

    btw, i tried all kinda methods...shift + restore to 1.0.2, 1.1.1, 1.1.2 and all failed. in the end, i tried to shift + restore to 1.1.3. i was going thru the firmware version and noted that mine is 04.03.13_G. anyway to jailbreak it? coz i tried to downgrade to the other versions but failed.
    how were you able to tell it was 04.03.13? or more importantly, when? if you tried to do this after knowing your phone was 04.03.13, then you made a mistake from the get-go. otherwise, if in your desperation since losing your baseband, you upgraded to 1.1.3/04.03.13_G, then you shot yourself in the foot. what is your phone's week of manufacture(4th and 5th digits on your serial number)?

    at this point in time, your only chance of having a working iPhone is if your have 04.02.13_G or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericjarvies View Post
    how were you able to tell it was 04.03.13? or more importantly, when? if you tried to do this after knowing your phone was 04.03.13, then you made a mistake from the get-go. otherwise, if in your desperation since losing your baseband, you upgraded to 1.1.3/04.03.13_G, then you shot yourself in the foot. what is your phone's week of manufacture(4th and 5th digits on your serial number)?

    at this point in time, your only chance of having a working iPhone is if your have 04.02.13_G or less.

    mine is 49th week of manufacture.

    i used iTune and shift+restore 1.1.3 which was downloaded together with ibrickr-jb113.zip (~165MB). b4 using 1.1.3, my firmware is blank.

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    My experience:

    downgraded to 1.1.1 - installed everything on the i.unlock.no list - opened phone, did testpoint - success - baseband not responsive to pinging - tried upgrade to 1.1.2 - stuck at restoring firmware - went to 1.1.1 - "repair needed" and error 1011.

    Cannot go to 1.0.2 (waiting for iPhone), can't go to 1.1.1 either (1011) and 1.1.2 just stays for the longest time before giving another unknown error. I've been told the best bet would be to virginize, yet I can't get myself to 1.0.2

    Please let me know if there's any way you can give me a hand, and thank you.

    (sorry if the message is repeated, Igot an error when writing it)

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    Updates : I managed to iTune shift+restore 1.1.1 thru DFU mode. also checked that the modem firmware under Settings - General - About is 04.03.13_G and version is 1.1.1 (3A109a). I gotten to jailbreakme.com via wifi and tried to appsnapp. safari exited. but my iphone doesn't restart. it is still stuckwith 'Slide for emergency' instead of 'Slide for unlock'.

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    Im having the same issue with the no-imei, no wifi, etc. I had tried to do the HW unlock and my phone froze after the ienew command. Now im stuck with no baseband, the following is my attempts at restoring in DFU

    1.0.2 - Stuck at Waiting for iphone
    1.1.1 - Unknown error (1011). still no wifi/sound/etc. and a repair needed txt
    1.1.2 - Unknown error (1002). still no wifi/sound/etc. and a repair needed txt

    **occasionally i get the 1604 error but i believe that is when applemobiledevice or one of the other helper services times out connecting to device (just a guess), so a reboot generally fixes that one up.

    All of the above were done in DFU mode and ive tried them in multiple different orders. I have a OTB 1.1.2 from week 50, at the moment i'd just like to get downgraded to 1.0.2 so that i can jailbreak without wifi but i've read mixed opinions on if thats actually possible with a 1.1.2 OTB > week 48. I know I could upgrade it up to 1.1.3 to get it fixed but I need a solution to get it activated (I have ATT but no iphone plan). Thanks in advance for any advice given, zenofex.


 

 
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