Discuss [1.1.3] downgrade 1.1.2 couldn't kick out of recovery mode at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; i put the 1.1.3 bootloader 3.9 phone dfu mode downgraded to 1.1.2 but independence
[1.1.3] downgrade 1.1.2 couldn't kick out of recovery mode
i put the 1.1.3 bootloader 3.9 phone dfu mode downgraded to 1.1.2 but independence
1.3.1 didn't kick put of recovery mode.
what you suggest?
Downgrade to 1.1.1 and Use jailbreak 1.1.2 and Press Boot from recovery.
I have a problem when downgrade 1.1.3 bootloader 3.9 phone dfu mode downgraded to 1.1.1 But htttp://jailbreakme.com don't seam it's working. When I press install the Appsnap button in Safari. the iphone return inmediatelly to the connect to itunes screen and never reboot. I reboot manually and the same the appinstall still not working. I'm traying this more than 30 times and still don working.
Seams like when I upgrade to 1.1.3 (software only from 1.1.2 jailbreaked and unlocked with IPFS ) The software upgrade let something in my iPhone that not let the appinstall to be downloaded an install.
Have anyone here have the same problem? how I jailbreak again my 1.1.1? no methods trayed here work.
Last edited by Popy; 01-25-2008 at 07:19 PM.
I did this 4 times in the past day...getting back to 1.1.2 is fairly simple.
Put the phone into DFU mode.
shift-restore to 1.1.1 to downgrade.
Eject the iPhone from iTunes after it complains that it failed and is still in restore mode.
Run iBrickr / apptappinstaller / independence to kick the 1.1.1 phone out of DFU mode.
Close that app, run iTunes, it will detect a phone that has an invalid SIM.
Use the *#301# trick to get to jailbreakme.com and install apptapp (iTunes MUST be left open and have the phone detected for this to work in many cases, don't ask why, but myself and other people have found this to be true with downgraded 1.1.2 phones).
Phone will be jailbroken at 1.1.1
iTunes will offer to restore your backup, might as well do that while you can.
After backup is restored, eject iPhone from iTunes, and close iTunes, but keep the iPhone connected to the computer if you wish.
Run iTunes again to redetect iPhone.
Shift+update to 1.1.2.
Eject iPhone from iTunes and close iTunes.
Use touchfree jailbreak.
Last edited by Corvillus; 01-25-2008 at 07:27 PM.
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