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    Hello!

    I have iPhone with firmware 1.1.4 unlocked with Ziphone. Last week after deinstalling some apps iPhone refused to boot. Now I can see only white apple от its screen.

    iPhone PC suite and iLiberty+ do not recognize phone in normal mode. In recovery mode I can use iBooter to make it boot to single-user mode (with setenv boot-args -s -x). iPhuc can recognize iPhone in recovery mode too.

    The question is: can I extract photos from Phone? What can I do? I think if it can get in singleuser mode my photos are still there.

    Thanks.



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    As for the splution
    put ur phone in DFU mode
    http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=1034

    Hold shift (for windos) or Ctrl/Alt if forget which for mac and click on the restore button in itunes and select the FW u want
    http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=750
    u can find FW files there

    Depending on which FW u wanna upgrade to u can use

    1.1.4 - iLiberty
    2.0.x - Quick Pwn or WinPwn for windows
    2.0.x pwnage tools

    U will find tutorials at http://www.iclarified.com/tutorials/iphone/index.php

    READ the appropriate tutotials before starting coz winpwn and pwnage tools need u to create a custom ipsw (fw fine)
    its very simple dont worry
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    I'm pretty sure it will kill my photos. I have 400+ photos in my phone and I need to save it someway before restoring. Then I will restore iphone and upgrade it to 2.0.

    Can I setup SSH in recovery mode? Can I see boot log. With verbose mode it scrolls over the screen too quickly.

    Or maybe I can save image of whole iPhone volume to mac (or PC) and mount it there to extract photos?

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    Have a look @ this tool for the mac/pc works with 1.1.1 up to 2.0.2fw
    http://www.digidna.net/diskaid/

    navigate to: (2.0) = var/mobile/media/photos

    On (1.x) I think the path is var/root/media/photos?

    Copy that folder to the your pc and it should provide you with a backup

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    I know you stuck in recovery mode but it worth a try
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    Scrap that idea

    I just tried the tool on a phone in recovery mode and it not seeing it
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    Yes, that's the problem. I can not find any utility that can see my phone in normal mode. I think I need solution for saving photos from phone in recovery mode. Anyway thank you for trying

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    Quote Originally Posted by berehon View Post
    Yes, that's the problem. I can not find any utility that can see my phone in normal mode. I think I need solution for saving photos from phone in recovery mode. Anyway thank you for trying
    I'd wish you find one but I am afraid there is none. You wont get access to the filesystem to recover your photos.
    Did you sync your iPhone with iTunes in between? I guess you are talking about photos on your cameraroll, right? Cause when you do, the photos are stored local in the iTunes backup. It's a semi encrypted format, organized is backup bundles. At least for Mac users there would be a chance to at least save all photos from camera roll that have been on the iPhone the last times you synced it with iTunes.
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    Unfortunately I have no iTunes backup with needed photos. Photos are from trip and i had no computer there. It's real pity.

    Well. When I boot phone with "-s -v" args and then I can see terminal prompt it is normal mode, isn't it? It even join wifi network, and i can ping its IP address! It seems filesystem is alright, but device simply can't boot in normal mode.

    Zibri's ramdisk can modify root phone's filesystem, so theoretically there is possibility to boot phone and get proper folder out of there.

    Big problem is too quick scrolling in verbose mode, so I can't see what's wrong during boot.

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    Well, now I get ssh access via wi-fi. Where can I find photos (camera roll) and how can I get it (or whole roll) to Mac?

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    Quote Originally Posted by berehon View Post
    Well, now I get ssh access via wi-fi. Where can I find photos (camera roll) and how can I get it (or whole roll) to Mac?
    They are in
    private/var/mobile/Media/DCIM/100APPLE

    You can use WinSCP or Cyberduck/Fugu to SFTP into the iPhone. Copy all with .JPG extension to your Mac/PC and you are set
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