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    Default [1.1.3 (1.1.2 OTB)] ZiPhoned 2.4 then restored after now can't ZiPhone again

    Hey guys.

    i orignally had a 1.1.2 OTB phone. i stufffed it up and had to restore with 1.1.3 firmware. i then used ziphone 2.4, which worked. This, i assume, would downgrade my 4.6 bootloader to 3.9 version. (another question is this the 3.9 fakeblank bootloader). Then because i couldn't get the 3rd party apps to work, i restored the iphone again with 1.1.3 firmware. After this i tried both ziphone 2.4 and 2.5 but it doesn't work. It can detect the iphone no problems but the process just keeps on going. it says "restoring the iphone" or something like that constantly. I then proceeded to install the 1.1.4 firmware and tried ziphoning it but still doesn't work. Can anyone please give me some advice.

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    edit. the ziphone constantly say "entering recovery mode" in the output log

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    another edit. the ziphone 2.5 says "loading zibri.dat" then "searching for iphone..." then "entering recovery mode" in the output log. it doesn't actually go into the unlock stage. is this because the of bootloader?

 

 

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