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Discuss anySIM LOCKED UP during "Flashing the baseband" - EMERGENCY! at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Hi.. After sucessfully unlocking more than 20 iPhones with anySIM, finally I have PROBLEM: When ...
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    Default anySIM LOCKED UP during "Flashing the baseband" - EMERGENCY!

    Hi.. After sucessfully unlocking more than 20 iPhones with anySIM, finally I have PROBLEM:

    When "flashing the firmware" was almost done, it locked up. It's been like that for 2 hours... I am not touching it until I know what to do right!

    Background:
    - 4Gb iPhone (previously activated using AT&T official - 1st timer for me, probably the cause)
    - I did: Full Restore with iTunes, 1.0.2, Independece Deactivate, Activate, Jailbreak, install SSH. I used scp to copy anySIM in it. I installed Installer and using it I installed Terminal and BSD Subsystem.
    - Restaretd, put Autolock to Never and ran anySIM... all well untill almos t end..

    Status Quo:
    - Wi-fi ok, I can ping it.
    - Unresponsive for 2 hours on anySIM GUI.
    - On charge so it can stay like this until I find out what to do... )

    Please Help!!!
    What do I do???

    Thanks!

    Fabio
    OSX, 3 iPhone3Gs, MacPro, MacBookAir

    'after so much love for the iPhone, beginning to hate it for 3G Flaws...'



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    You can ping it. Can you SSH into it? If you could, then I guess you could kill anySIM and start over, but please, please, don't do anything until we get someone to confirm that this wouldn't screw you even more. I would hate to be responsible for you losing your iphone.

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    anySIM sometimes have all sorts of problems. It probably finished unlocking the phone but got stuck reloading the comm center. You may have to load the comm center yourself. Best thing to do is to load Ulctl and check if the comm center is loaded. Load it up if it's not and check to see if you can make a phone call.

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    Great, but to try any of this I shoud kill anySIM.... right? no harm in that?

    I can ssh into it, but if I try ls for example it hangs... it seemes the processor is at 100%... I try ps -aux but it hangs on the second item.. (ssh hangs).. I have to closer terminal, open again, ssh into it again.. but then it behaves the same...
    OSX, 3 iPhone3Gs, MacPro, MacBookAir

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    Try to login differently, like:

    ssh root@1.2.3.4 "/bin/sh -i"

    And try commands. They may work fine now.


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    I get this...

    ssh root@192.168.1.113 "/bin/sh -i"
    ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host
    OSX, 3 iPhone3Gs, MacPro, MacBookAir

    'after so much love for the iPhone, beginning to hate it for 3G Flaws...'

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    ***THIS MAY / MAY NOT WORK***

    Simulate a crash pressing the home button until the app closes.
    Start AnySim again.

    If it is not working, just reflash the baseband using the terminal.

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    At the SSH prompt, type "reboot now" to force a reboot.

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    disclaimer: I am not responsible if you brick the phone.

    I would just kill anySIM, reflash with original firmware and do a restore and run anySIM again or iUnlocker.

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    Ok... it all sounds like a good idea... but:

    - Although I can ping it, I can't SSH into it.. it seems like a lot is going on in there and there is no processing power to deal with the ssh request.
    - I can't kill the anySIM.app (no ssh, holding the HME button for a minute accomplished nothing...)

    So, if I force a reboot by holding the power button (and if it works), what is the probability I will come back with no wi-fi...? Or even a "Repair Needed" deadly message?
    OSX, 3 iPhone3Gs, MacPro, MacBookAir

    'after so much love for the iPhone, beginning to hate it for 3G Flaws...'


 

 
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