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    Default Did I Brick trying to go from 1.1.1 to 1.1.2?

    Can anyone tell me if there is a way to fix what I think is now a bricked iPhone?

    I have (had) an iPhone running on 1.1.1 for some time now. I believe that it was originally on 1.0.2 and then I upgraded to 1.1.1 last year. Tonight I tried to upgrade it to 1.1.2 using the method described on Unlock.no (http://iphone.unlock.no/#Bypass-Acti...-and-Jailbreak) in the 'Upgrading to 1.1.2' section. I got all the way to step 8 but the phone did not restart. iTunes then popped up and told me 'iTunes must check the iPhone software update server to identify this device'. I then clicked on 'check' and another window popped up with 'iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode. You must restore this iPhone before it can be used with iTunes'. I know that if I click restore it will load 1.1.3, so I did a 'Option - Restore' and restored to 1.1.2 again. Now I now have an iPhone which shows a cable with an arrow pointing to the iTunes logo.

    Have I completely screwed this thing or is there a way to recover to 1.1.1? FYI, I tried to Restore to 1.1.1 but it failed (twice).

    Any help or a push in the right direction is appreciated.

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    you now have a 1.1.2 baseband, go into DFU mode, and then restore to 1.1.1, you will get error 1015, thats fine..run ibricker to boot the phone, if you get the green screen, just restore to 1.1.1 again... then do a search on how to update from there.

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    and yes you did brick your phone..

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    meatwagon, thanks...but you've lost me just a little. DFU mode? ibricker? I'm using a mac...so is ibricker the PC equivalent for Independence? any idea where I can find a URL that has some details on this process?

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    I don't think you have bricked it. Infact its very hard to completely bugger your phone! While your phone is connected to your Mac, and iTunes recognises that its in recovery mode, either run Indepedence and use that to kick it out of DFU mode, or run iPhuc and issue this command:
    cmd fsboot
    The phone should boot into the OS and you can go from there...
    - 1.1.2 OTB iPhone (BL 3.9)
    - 1.1.3 Installed
    - Unlocked using AnySIM 1.3
    - GPRS active
    - Visual voicemail not available

    Huge "Thank You" to all those involved in jailbreaking and unlocking the iPhone and for dedicating your time and patience. Keep up the good work!


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    JungleJim,

    I've tried this but I can't seem to connect to the iPhone still. Using Independence I get the following error...'Failure: Error registering for callbacks from iPhone'. I am connected to my Mac and the iPHone has the same cable/arrow/iTunes icons on the front. I'm at a loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanMac View Post
    JungleJim,

    I've tried this but I can't seem to connect to the iPhone still. Using Independence I get the following error...'Failure: Error registering for callbacks from iPhone'. I am connected to my Mac and the iPHone has the same cable/arrow/iTunes icons on the front. I'm at a loss.
    Hmmm... Strange. Have you tried putting the phone in DFU mode (forget what i said in my last post, wrong terminology)? While the phone is showing the iTunes logo and connected to iTunes, hold power+home button until screen goes blank, wait about one second, release power button, but continue holding home until iTunes recognises that it is connected. Then try restoring the firmware. Sometimes iTunes can't restore while in the previous mode!

    I'm sorry if this is like teaching your grandmother to suck eggs... Just in case you didn't know! If that doesn't work then i'm afraid i'm not too sure what else to try.
    - 1.1.2 OTB iPhone (BL 3.9)
    - 1.1.3 Installed
    - Unlocked using AnySIM 1.3
    - GPRS active
    - Visual voicemail not available

    Huge "Thank You" to all those involved in jailbreaking and unlocking the iPhone and for dedicating your time and patience. Keep up the good work!

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    OK, I can get to the point where iTunes will allow me to restore. I restore 1.1.1 but I get error 1605 not error 1015 as suggested above. I try to get into the iPhone using Independence at this point and it fails. Gives me the 'Failure: Error registering for callbacks from iPhone' message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanMac View Post
    OK, I can get to the point where iTunes will allow me to restore. I restore 1.1.1 but I get error 1605 not error 1015 as suggested above. I try to get into the iPhone using Independence at this point and it fails. Gives me the 'Failure: Error registering for callbacks from iPhone' message.
    I'm stumped! I can only suggest you try different versions of iTunes, Independence or maybe even a different computer if its possible. Unless someone knows the reason why its doing that then i think its your only choice for now. Sorry i can't help you. Maybe i was wrong when i said its near impossible to brick your phone hehe! Good luck. BTW, if you do find a solution, and it turns out to be something unique, then it would be helpful if you could rename the threads' title to match the issue / solution and post back here for others who may be in the same situation.

    JungleJim.
    - 1.1.2 OTB iPhone (BL 3.9)
    - 1.1.3 Installed
    - Unlocked using AnySIM 1.3
    - GPRS active
    - Visual voicemail not available

    Huge "Thank You" to all those involved in jailbreaking and unlocking the iPhone and for dedicating your time and patience. Keep up the good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by meatwagon View Post
    and yes you did brick your phone..
    no he did not!!!

    learn what bricking a phone really is.....his is easily recoverable!!!

    n00bie!!


 

 
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