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    I have OTB 1.1.3 iPhone. I restored firmware to 1.1.4 then ran iPlus - u

    If I wanted to sell the phone and remove all evidence of Jailbreak etc, what do I need to do?

    IE is it just a simple restore firmware 1.1.4?

    Thanks in advance....



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    you phone is right now bootloader 3.9FB if you want to restore to factory default you need to upgrade your bootloader to 4.6

    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/show...t=33050&page=2

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    thanks for the quick reply. So once I upgrade the BL do I need to restore firmware 1.1.4?

    Will that remove the jailbreak, activation and unlock?

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    I have not tried this but as far as I know and have read,you need to

    1)Restore to 1.1.4 (Jailbreak/Activation gone.)
    2)Flash locked Baseband. (Unlocked baseband gone)
    3)Upgrade BL to 4.6 (3.9 Fake Blank Bootloader gone)
    4)Restore to 1.1.4 again. (Just to be safe)

    I recommend that you put phone in DFU mode for each restore.
    First ever Apple product I bought : iPhone.

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    Ok I think I can do most of that. But how do I flash Baseband?


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    Quote Originally Posted by funkymonkeyboy View Post
    Ok I think I can do most of that. But how do I flash Baseband?
    Use eziphonetools.I think [-r] is to flash locked baseband.

    Or you can use any other tool to erase BB and then do a DFU restore to 1.1.4 and get a locked BB.
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    Great thanks for all your help. So the baseband is what locks the phone to a network. I see.

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    has anyone tried this eziphonetools and restored their iphone back to factory settings successfully if so let me know this is true i wanna know before i give it a try...

 

 

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