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Discuss [1.1.4] BSD root: md0, major 2, minor 0 at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by abc12345 No need to restore! This is a known bug in 16 ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by abc12345 View Post
    No need to restore! This is a known bug in 16 gb itouches but i didnt see this problem on any iphone.

    İn ziphone press the "DONT UNLOCK" button but dont leave the button press press keep pressing. to pass the BSD root: md0, major 2, minor 0 error.

    When you see apple logo its almost done.


    GOOD LUCK
    What do you mean by press press keep pressing??? I just tried the DONT UNLOCK but it gets stuck at the same point:

    CFI Stage 2
    [FTL:WRN] =FTLRestore OK!
    [FTL:MSG] FTL_Open [OK]

    I most definitely need some help here... Thank you!


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    Check the "until i receive my ipod" video on ziphone.org it shows how to fix that:

    http://www.ziphone.org/

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    Quote Originally Posted by CEB View Post
    OK. I tried restoring to 1.1.1 as suggested but it fails indicating that iPhone could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (1). Any other suggestions? I'm on a iMac running 10.5.2 so instead of shit+ restore I have to use option+ restore and select the restore file. And YES it's a 16 GB iPhone.
    you have to be in DFU mode (restore mode) to restore to 1.1.1 otherwise it gives you errors, believe me been there too...

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    I may be totally wrong but maybe iTunes is being wierd and making your life more difficult - there is no reason why you shouldn't be able to restore to 1.1.4!

    I would advise using a diffent computer - PC or Mac - just try it on another computer and you never know it may suddenly work as iTunes has been known to throw up error messages which vanish when a different computer is used... (sometimes changing USB ports does the trick but it may not so I recommend trying a different computer!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by peu View Post
    you have to be in DFU mode (restore mode) to restore to 1.1.1 otherwise it gives you errors, believe me been there too...
    I believe you... Let me reassure you the iPhone was in DFU mode. iTunes would recognize the iPhone as been is such state and indicate that the phone needed to be restored. The problem is that the process started but never concluded either with 1.1.3 or 1.1.4. With prior versions (1.1.1 and 1.1.2) it did not even start.

    This is an elusive problem. I just gave his 16 GB iPhone back so he can go to the store and claim stupidity. As it turns out "someone" tried to unlock his iPhone prior to giving it to me. God only knows what happened. I suspect some problem with the baseband and firmware.

    To wrap this one up, I tried with different computer (iMac CoreDuo, Powerbook G4, IBM Thinkpad running Windoze XP professional and NO difference in the behavior of the iPhone.

    Thanks to everyone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jsalva View Post
    Check the "until i receive my ipod" video on ziphone.org it shows how to fix that:

    http://www.ziphone.org/
    Thanks. I took a look at the video but although related, I think it was somewhat different case. I did try (even with a windoze box) to recreate the same behavior but absolutely no change in behavior. The iPhone will not go beyond "CFI stage 2" The BSD root: md0, major 2, minor 0 only came up after trying to boot up or when the iPhone was removed from the cradle. Thank you again.

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    Hi
    I had the exact same problem twice a this is what I did.

    removed it from dock,
    closed itunes,
    pluggged the cable direct into the iphone and in to a different USB port.
    started itunes,
    then with the cable still attached held the on/off button and home button a very long time (at least 5 mins, it seemed like ages) that put the iphone into restore mode and a message popped up in itunes.

    hope it helps.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CEB View Post
    I believe you... Let me reassure you the iPhone was in DFU mode. iTunes would recognize the iPhone as been is such state and indicate that the phone needed to be restored. The problem is that the process started but never concluded either with 1.1.3 or 1.1.4. With prior versions (1.1.1 and 1.1.2) it did not even start.

    This is an elusive problem. I just gave his 16 GB iPhone back so he can go to the store and claim stupidity. As it turns out "someone" tried to unlock his iPhone prior to giving it to me. God only knows what happened. I suspect some problem with the baseband and firmware.

    To wrap this one up, I tried with different computer (iMac CoreDuo, Powerbook G4, IBM Thinkpad running Windoze XP professional and NO difference in the behavior of the iPhone.

    Thanks to everyone.
    dude this coulve easily been fixed without giving it back....this happens to a lot of people with itouch....to be honest u sound like a noob so i dunno why ur friend trusted u with his iphone...what u had to do was place it in dfu mode which is restore mode and im pretty sure u were putting in recovery mode which is the one that doesnt let u restore to 1.1.1 and its as easy as turning off the iphone turning it on plugging it in and telling ziphone to put it in restore mode...once thats done u had to restore to 1.1.1 which will always give u error 15 but with inpendence this would get fixed and then on from there

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    hi all, problem solved. i find the solution just like this.

    1. restore your iphone into 1.1.4 fw.
    2. download modified tool from here http://rs22.rapid$hare.com/files/95547754/ZiPhone-1.1.4_by_JBLP.zip
    3. make your iphone into recovery mode.
    4. click again on icon FULL AUTOMATIC.
    5. restore again your iphone into 1.1.4 fw
    6. use ziphone 2.2 and tick activate,jailbreak unlock.
    voila, your problem with bsd root md0, major 2, monor 0 solved.

    , tested by me, hope this help all of you guys, regards
    Last edited by freakyass; 03-10-2008 at 08:58 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmlp86 View Post
    dude this coulve easily been fixed without giving it back....this happens to a lot of people with itouch....to be honest u sound like a noob so i dunno why ur friend trusted u with his iphone...what u had to do was place it in dfu mode which is restore mode and im pretty sure u were putting in recovery mode which is the one that doesnt let u restore to 1.1.1 and its as easy as turning off the iphone turning it on plugging it in and telling ziphone to put it in restore mode...once thats done u had to restore to 1.1.1 which will always give u error 15 but with inpendence this would get fixed and then on from there
    I am not so sure I would trust somebody that doesn't know how to READ before writing such a stupid remark. I have been using computers before you learned how to clean your behind. I have unlocked too many friends iPhone's to remember. Nevertheless, there is a difference between DFU and recovery mode that may not be apparent to you. If you don't have anything to say please stay quiet as nobody wants to read your ignorant ramblings.


 

 
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