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    Default [1.1.4] always stuck each time standby-on again..

    hi guys,

    i really2 need help out here..

    everytime i put my iphone in standby mode (by pressing power button) and i got it on again.. it will stuck...
    since these is my main problem,, the only way i got it solved is just soft-reset the iphone

    but the strange thing is,, when the iphone is in home mode,, i could turn it off by pressing power button > 3secs and slide it off... and i'm able to turn it back on again with no problem...

    the problem is only in standby mode...

    would somebody please tell me what's going on with my iphone??

    my iphone is in 1.1.4 FW, bootloader 3.9_M3S2

    ADD :

    + i cannot restore it successfully to 1.1.3 unless i erase the baseband first
    + for some times,, i could only restore successfully by using ibrickr first when it got error 1015
    + for some times,, i could restore to 1.1.4,, but some times not..


    i'm suspicious with the bootloader... it's probably unproperly downgraded.. is there any way to reflash it again?? i don't really care whether it'll be 3.9 or 4.6 (even better)

    + EDIT : this is the third time i fixed the problem.. last shot was winpwn,, hope this could long last... see my latest post

    first : using ziphone (fixed for 3 hours)
    second : using iplus; upgrade bootloader using bootneuter >> restore backup setting from other iphone (fixed for 2 days)
    third : using winpwn (edit /etc/fstab to read only --> hfs ro first before it could mount disk0s1) (fixed until i don't know, God help me )

    thx to the creator of winpwn
    Last edited by saoran; 05-28-2008 at 08:16 PM.



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    That sure does not sound like something bootloader related. Did this phone ever work properly when coming out of sleep mode? It sounds to me like either a software related thing (restore should fix it) or a power management hardware problem...

    I would try downgrading your baseband and firmware to 1.1.1 and see what happens. Follow the steps here...

    http://www.appledailytime$.com/2008/...nd-downgrader/

    Good luck..

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    Quote Originally Posted by smacman View Post
    That sure does not sound like something bootloader related. Did this phone ever work properly when coming out of sleep mode? It sounds to me like either a software related thing (restore should fix it) or a power management hardware problem...

    I would try downgrading your baseband and firmware to 1.1.1 and see what happens. Follow the steps here...

    http://www.appledailytime$.com/2008/...nd-downgrader/

    Good luck..
    smacman,, i appreciate ur help..

    but afterall,, i couldn't restore it to 1.1.1 neither to 1.1.2
    thus showing me : error 2003
    and if i try it again.. it'll show error 1

    what the heck!!!

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    Are you putting the phone in DFU mode before you try restoring?

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    if it shows error after restoring use ibrickr or ziphones activate feauture to wake it up
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    SOLVED :

    here is what i did...

    ZiPhone 2.5c >> Refurbish

    it keeps showing error in step 3..

    but i keep on pressing refurbish.. hoping i got luck...

    and for second trial.. the process was completed...


    and YES indeed.. it appears i got problem with bootloader..
    after it was reflashed... the problem has gone...

    thx all

    Quote Originally Posted by smacman View Post
    Are you putting the phone in DFU mode before you try restoring?
    yes bro.. i knew that procedure..

    i put ziphone -D
    orelse home+power and release power after apple logo (ain't it?)

    Quote Originally Posted by )law( View Post
    if it shows error after restoring use ibrickr or ziphones activate feauture to wake it up
    yes,, that what i was doing before... thx for ur attention, i appreciate



    ++EDIT : appearantly the problem shows up again.. still need help
    Last edited by saoran; 03-13-2008 at 04:45 PM.

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    its np and happy hacking bro
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    I still don't think it was the bootloader. Glad your back up and running though. Enjoy the phone...

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    Quote Originally Posted by smacman View Post
    I still don't think it was the bootloader. Glad your back up and running though. Enjoy the phone...
    Your righ it could have been just a bad baseband
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    HELP ME,, the problem shows up again...

    Quote Originally Posted by smacman View Post
    I still don't think it was the bootloader. Glad your back up and running though. Enjoy the phone...
    i'm aware of power management system,, is there anyway to edit the system files in it??

    Quote Originally Posted by )law( View Post
    Your righ it could have been just a bad baseband
    dude.. i have tried all baseband that apple got recently,, including 04.02... 04.03.. 04.04

    and i combined it with different kind of firmwire : 1.1.1 : 1.1.2 : 1.1.3 : 1.1.4

    the last longer one which gives me 'less stuck' is 1.1.2

    is this all about power management?? please help me with this problem


 

 
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