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    Guys, i ran IUNEW after IENEW, like superg3 advised, and even with the CAN`T WRITE PROBLEM after running ienew, iunew worked and my phone is BACK!

    Thanks a lot superg3, you`re the man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RodrigoPinto View Post
    Guys, i ran IUNEW after IENEW, like superg3 advised, and even with the CAN`T WRITE PROBLEM after running ienew, iunew worked and my phone is BACK!

    Thanks a lot superg3, you`re the man!

    Can you make a thread on the whole procedure on how you acomplished that, I am still on the haven't gotten 1.0.2 into the phone. please help...

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    guys, if you are stuck with iPhones that do not have basebands as result of OTB 1.1.2 downgrade efforts, do NOT upgrade to 1.1.3 firmware via iTunes thinking this will solve your problem!! instead, simply uninstall iTunes, and install a 7.3.x version of iTunes. this will help you get 1.0.2 firmware back onto the iPhone. once on, use ibrickr to copy bsd, terminal, squid, uictl to iPhone. also copy to /usr/bin/ these files:
    ICE03.14.08_G.fls
    ICE03.14.08_G.eep
    BBupdater
    Secpack 04.03.13_G

    cd /usr/bin
    chmod 777 *
    launchctl remove com.apple.CommCenter(this will likely be off already from the previous iunew process. using uictl app, you can see if it's grey'd out or not)
    ./bbupdater -f *fls -e *eep (this will give you a baseband back to your iPhone)
    ./bbupdater -v (you should see version 03.14.08_G)
    launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
    do a hard boot, and go back to terminal and type bbupdater -v and make sure all is good with your bootloader(3.9), etc.

    at this point, you can upgrade to 1.1.1. so, instead of using the RESTORE to 1.1.2 process as is seen on the i.unlock.no guide, you merely/simply use bbupdater -f *fls -e *eep to get your baseband back, and merely upgrade from that point.

    if you are having problems restoring to 1.0.2, do not give up and do not restore to 1.1.3 thinking that will help, because it WONT! just go back to iTunes 7.3.x and use iBrickr to initiate the restore to 1.0.2. if this fails, try plugging in a second good iPhone into the same computer as your bricked iPhone, and then rename the bad iPhone to the exact same name as the good one(doing this rename in iTunes when the phones are displayed). then do an UPDATE on the good iPhone, and when the package is about to fully extract, pull the plug on the good iPhone, and iTunes will resume the update on the bad iPhone. this wil lend in error, but it will kick your iPhone out of the bricked mode, allowing you to reboot computer and use iBrickr to successfully restore to 1.0.2 via iTunes.

    good luck and don't give up...

    eric

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    when i run ./bbupdater -f *fls -e *eep, the process freezes at "Resetting target", and after retrying for 10 times, it says " Error: Baseband bootloader is too old; update to 1.8 or later and try again"

    I'm losing hope here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaduQ View Post
    when i run ./bbupdater -f *fls -e *eep, the process freezes at "Resetting target", and after retrying for 10 times, it says " Error: Baseband bootloader is too old; update to 1.8 or later and try again"

    I'm losing hope here...
    Iam at the same shoes.

    I have the same error message.

    How can we update the baseband bootloader?


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    Hmm...funny thing happened. Somehow the Serial Number and the Model number were recovered . So at least some progress was made

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericjarvies View Post
    guys, if you are stuck with iPhones that do not have basebands as result of OTB 1.1.2 downgrade efforts, do NOT upgrade to 1.1.3 firmware via iTunes thinking this will solve your problem!! instead, simply uninstall iTunes, and install a 7.3.x version of iTunes. this will help you get 1.0.2 firmware back onto the iPhone. once on, use ibrickr to copy bsd, terminal, squid, uictl to iPhone. also copy to /usr/bin/ these files:
    ICE03.14.08_G.fls
    ICE03.14.08_G.eep
    BBupdater
    Secpack 04.03.13_G

    cd /usr/bin
    chmod 777 *
    launchctl remove com.apple.CommCenter(this will likely be off already from the previous iunew process. using uictl app, you can see if it's grey'd out or not)
    ./bbupdater -f *fls -e *eep (this will give you a baseband back to your iPhone)
    ./bbupdater -v (you should see version 03.14.08_G)
    launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
    do a hard boot, and go back to terminal and type bbupdater -v and make sure all is good with your bootloader(3.9), etc.

    at this point, you can upgrade to 1.1.1. so, instead of using the RESTORE to 1.1.2 process as is seen on the i.unlock.no guide, you merely/simply use bbupdater -f *fls -e *eep to get your baseband back, and merely upgrade from that point.

    if you are having problems restoring to 1.0.2, do not give up and do not restore to 1.1.3 thinking that will help, because it WONT! just go back to iTunes 7.3.x and use iBrickr to initiate the restore to 1.0.2. if this fails, try plugging in a second good iPhone into the same computer as your bricked iPhone, and then rename the bad iPhone to the exact same name as the good one(doing this rename in iTunes when the phones are displayed). then do an UPDATE on the good iPhone, and when the package is about to fully extract, pull the plug on the good iPhone, and iTunes will resume the update on the bad iPhone. this wil lend in error, but it will kick your iPhone out of the bricked mode, allowing you to reboot computer and use iBrickr to successfully restore to 1.0.2 via iTunes.

    good luck and don't give up...

    eric

    Looks like some flaw in the solution. How can the bootloader 4.6 be downgraded using this process without testpoint connected?

    can someone correct it?

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    same problem here! repair needed...

    I can't downgrade to 102, even with itunes 7.3.2 ....

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    Your iphone must be in DFU mode, simpliest method to set your phone to restore mode and run ibrickr and click "downgrade to 1.0.2", it will automatically set your phone to DFU mode. and since in iTune 7.6 DFU mode is removed, you must use 7.5 or before.

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    I click Downgrade in ibrickr, the screen went white,
    then I ask iTunes to restore to 1.0.2 ... preparing iphone ... error 1603
    Now if I boot the phone from ibrickr the screen goes RED, but I'm still on 1.1.1 with no imei etc...
    My phone is an 1.1.2 otb


 

 

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