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    Default Continious Boot Loop after downgrade to 1.1.1

    During unlocking process, I experienced continious Boot Looping right after downgrading the 1.1.2 to 1.1.1. and connecting to ibrick.

    Ibrick had some hard time to recognise the phone during jailbreak process.

    Anybody had the same experience....??

    What was the reason and the remedies...

    Thanks



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    Yea I'm facing it. It's keep on and the auto off by itself?
    If correct, continue downgrade the firmware to 1.0.2
    Might solve the problem. At least for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by zam763 View Post
    Yea I'm facing it. It's keep on and the auto off by itself?
    If correct, continue downgrade the firmware to 1.0.2
    Might solve the problem. At least for me
    The reason this is happening is because your baseband is still at the 1.1.2 state. And with the firmware 1.1.1 & 1.1.2 Apple decided to add a baseband check every time it boots. So basically if your baseband isn't in sync with your firmware then every time you boot it will say connect to iTunes so that you can do a restore.

    Solution: Downgrade your baseband.

    The reason downgrading to 1.0.2 works is because Apple did not include the 'Check Baseband' feature so it will boot normally, no problem. But, if you want to use 1.1.1 follow this guide. Hope this helps!

    http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=18353

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    Can you put it in DFU mode to make it stop?

    It's pretty normal to have infinite loop after downgrade. For me, after I use the iNdependence, it save the iPhone

 

 

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