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    Default Crash reports, are these helpful to the development?

    iTunes told me today that it had several reports over software failures. Some of these are baseband resets. They simply look like dumps to me, stacktraces even. I'm not sure if these are in any way useful, but if they are they reside in:
    ~/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/MobileDevice/

    If useful to anyone in the dev team, I'll gladly send mine. I have a bunch of them available on request.



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    I don't think it's gonna be useful as we know baseband resets is not a problem in 1.1.2, the problem comes in 1.1.2 otb bootloader which is kinda more invulnerable than the previous ones.
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    Perhaps the crash reports could give more information on what caused the crash, and perhaps even help uncover common software flaws such as buffer overflows which may enable the execution of arbitrary code. I think that it might be a good idea to check not only the boot loader for exploits, but other software as well.

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    My iphone doesn't turn on. Yesterday my computer crashed during the upgrade back process from 1.1.1 (just jalbreaked + oktoprep, without problems) to 1.1.2.

    And now when I try to put on the iphone, it only appears apple logo on the screen for infitnite time, sometines alone and sometimes with typical procces bars circle. It tries to restart alone periodically. There is only one way to put off the machine: pressing during 10 seconds home and sleep buttons at the same time (like in restore mode).

    iTunes and iBrickr can't recognize it.
    WHAT CAN I DO?????
    IS THERE ANY WAY TO RESTORE MY IPHONE FROM THE COMPUTER (openSSH...)???

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH

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    Please don't hijack threads, start your own.


 

 

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