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    i attempted ipsf unlock and had to restore and my phone was not unlocked. is there any way to check that my seczone was not corrupted?



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    Pleas Can soeone help me?

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    Please provide more info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim ji View Post
    Please provide more info.

    thank you
    Basically i attempted geos ipsf and it went bad in middle of processing and i had to restore. the unlock did not work. after i restored the phone was still locked. all i want to know is a way to check my seczone to ensure it was not corrupted in any way. although the unlock did not work, since some code did go through i am worried the seczone might have been corrupted in some way.

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    Don't sweat... It happens often...

    - Restore to 1.1.1
    - Virginize & restore 1.1.1

    Then it will be up to you to decide to 1.1.2 with oktoprep and 1.1.3 with installer update...


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    Quote Originally Posted by woomwireless View Post
    Don't sweat... It happens often...

    - Restore to 1.1.1
    - Virginize & restore 1.1.1

    Then it will be up to you to decide to 1.1.2 with oktoprep and 1.1.3 with installer update...

    thanx but the problom is virginising does not work if the seczone is corrupted by ipsf. it could actually brick the phone. so i just want to make sure the seczone is not corrupted before i do that

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    There is a way to check if ipsf has touched the secpack as it creates a cache file.
    check out here: http://george.zjlotto.com/index.php/...oken-fix-ipsf/

    What I dont knwo now is how to restore it.
    Anyone an idea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ab_lu View Post
    There is a way to check if ipsf has touched the secpack as it creates a cache file.
    check out here: http://george.zjlotto.com/index.php/...oken-fix-ipsf/

    What I dont knwo now is how to restore it.
    Anyone an idea?
    i dont have a cache file non wa created because the process was stopped in middle can someone please help me. this seems so simple for an expert. some one must know how to check the seczone.

    also what wouls happen if i woulld virginise and my seczone is corrupted

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    Maybe you could use the nor utility to to a backup from your seczone and then open it an hex editor like winhex and take a look.
    My original seczone have 7 blocks of data, all the rest is empty information.
    I do not know how looks the seczone from an ipsf iphone as I do not have dump my ipsf seczone. Maybe someone can do a nor backup of a seczone modified by ipsf and look if it looks the same.......
    Maybe ipsf phone do not have 7 zone of data. I am sure, original seczone have 7 blocks of data.
    Hope it can help you....
    If you have time, I can dump my ipsf like (Geohot) seczone and compare it with the original one this evening.
    Last edited by lolof; 02-27-2008 at 04:36 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lolof View Post
    Maybe you could use the nor utility to to a backup from your seczone and then open it and take a look.
    My original seczone have 7 zone of data al the rest is empty information.
    I do not know how looks the seczone from an ipsf iphone. Maybe someone can do a nor backup of a seczone modified by ipsf and look if it looks the same.......
    Maybe ipsf phone have not 7 zone of data. Original seczone have 7 block of data.
    hope it can help you....
    ok thanks how do i look at the seczone once its backed up


    to everyone else what does a normal seczone look like


 

 

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