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    Exclamation Do you know this ERROR!?

    I am trying to figure out why I can not upgrade my iphone from firmware 1.0.1 to 1.0.2. Every time I try, I get this message from iTunes "The iphone-unit <<phone>> could not update, there's not enough memory" It happens every time when I try to update using SHIFT+update=select the wanted firmware (iPhone1,1_1.0.2_1C28_Restore), it unpacks it...same second it is suppose to update the iphone the message above pop's up in iTunes.
    There MUST be a logic way to figure out this!?

    It's not a "virgin" phone, it came factory sealed with firmware 1.0.1 and I used: iBrickr 0.8, PACAY and wiNstaller (fast-unlock.pxl) to activate-unlock it. and now I can not update it!

    1. Why does it say "iphone-unit <<phone>>..."?
    2. Do ANYONE know how to help me I will be so happy (used hours and hours to figure this out)
    3. Do I have to uninstall everything on the springboard perhaps (back to original state)
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    had the same issue in 1 iphone, so i used another computer (the first one had windows vista, the second windows xp) and voila! it worked on 2nd computer

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumo24 View Post
    had the same issue in 1 iphone, so i used another computer (the first one had windows vista, the second windows xp) and voila! it worked on 2nd computer
    Are you kidding me? #%&(("! ...I am gonna throw this crap downstairs if it's VISTA srewing this up...

    If you have right in this I'll be so happy.

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    Try restoring to 1.0.1 first and then update to 1.0.2 and 1.1.1 this should solve ur problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrishnaRangineni View Post
    Try restoring to 1.0.1 first and then update to 1.0.2 and 1.1.1 this should solve ur problem
    I have already tried that and it was a no go! I dont want to update to 1.1.1 just to 1.0.2 for now.

    Thanks


 

 

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