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    Exclamation [Bricked iPhone] Finding a fix

    Hi!

    I have been figuring how to make it work...
    Well, browsing George's Blog, I found gbootloader.
    This looks OK!!! Now, I'm patching it to allow original bootloader files,
    or I think I will have to make my own bl image.

    Ideas? This may help us a lot.



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    ? whats wrong with it? can you restore to 1.1.4?

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    Ohh, sorry, I forgot to say this is for the bricked iPhones that were not fixed using swifi nor BootNeuter.

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    o ok, so your talking about bricked iphones in general. it sounded like you had a bricked phone and needed help. Well let us know how it goes.

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    Yup, the bricked phone that have the No Wi-Fi problem, also the corrupted baseband, bootloader and are not accepting secpacks.


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    thinking out loud here.
    When you say "bricked", does that mean phone does not boot up anymore? or you mean the baseband/wifi is "bricked".
    If the OS bootloader is not corrupted, phone should still boot up right?

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    Yup. It boots.

    Baseband bricked.

 

 

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