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    Hello, this is my first post but I was reading this forum for about a week when I started trying to fix a friend's iphone.

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    It was bricked, no wifi, no imei, no nothing. I managed to get all back with firmware 1.1.1 except IMEI (0049xxx). Then I did an stupid mistake to put 1.1.4, it tooked, IMEI remained the same though, but now I can't downgrade to 1.1.1 without error 1011 even if I erase baseband before trying, and if I stay with 1.1.1 and try to go to 1.0.2 iTunes gives me unknown error 4. I'm using iTunes 7.5.020 and Windows XP. If I go back to 1.1.4 it completes without errors.

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    I'm trying to go back to 1.0.2 to try the anysim 1.0.2 trick to get back the correct IMEI.

    Perhaps I should downgrade baseband before downgrade to 1.1.1, huh?! But doesn't seem logic as I'm erasing it and still gives errors..

    I appreciate any help/suggestion!

    Happy new year guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fggs View Post
    Hello, this is my first post but I was reading this forum for about a week when I started trying to fix a friend's iphone.

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    It was bricked, no wifi, no imei, no nothing. I managed to get all back with firmware 1.1.1 except IMEI (0049xxx). Then I did an stupid mistake to put 1.1.4, it tooked, IMEI remained the same though, but now I can't downgrade to 1.1.1 without error 1011 even if I erase baseband before trying, and if I stay with 1.1.1 and try to go to 1.0.2 iTunes gives me unknown error 4. I'm using iTunes 7.5.020 and Windows XP. If I go back to 1.1.4 it completes without errors.

    Tools I'm using:

    ZiPhone 3.0
    iLiberty+ 1.3 (something)
    KiPhone

    I'm trying to go back to 1.0.2 to try the anysim 1.0.2 trick to get back the correct IMEI.

    Perhaps I should downgrade baseband before downgrade to 1.1.1, huh?! But doesn't seem logic as I'm erasing it and still gives errors..
    when you say that the everything besides IMEI came back on 1.1.1, that is still not fixing it.

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    Thanks for your response Olethros!

    I've read the thread but I can't downgrade it to 1.0.2 because of error 4. And when I try to downgrade from 1.1.4 to 1.1.1 I get error 1011. What should I do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fggs View Post
    Thanks for your response Olethros!

    I've read the thread but I can't downgrade it to 1.0.2 because of error 4. And when I try to downgrade from 1.1.4 to 1.1.1 I get error 1011. What should I do?
    As long as the baseband was downgraded, it really should not matter if you got an error at the end of the restore process.

    Look at the logs from the restore to see what happened and what caused the error.

    Try and use iLiberty or inDependance to activate the iPhone so you can see what baseband you end up with.
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    I will have to check with him, I'm doing this via teamviewer, but he isn't online right now. What about error 4 when trying to downgrade from 1.1.1 to 1.0.2? What could it be?

    Thanks for all your help


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    Quote Originally Posted by fggs View Post
    I will have to check with him, I'm doing this via teamviewer, but he isn't online right now. What about error 4 when trying to downgrade from 1.1.1 to 1.0.2? What could it be?
    Without access to the restore log I can't say. On a mac these are located at ~/Library/Logs/iPhone Updater Logs/
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    Olethros, I appreciate your help with my problem, I'm a first timer, never unlocked one iPhone and this friend asked me for help. I will get you the logs!

    Please help me clarify one thing: I have 1.1.4 with baseband 04.04.05_G working (kind of). In order to downgrade to 1.1.1 do I need erase or downgrade baseband? Because that could be my mistake and it gives me code 1011. From what I understood 1015 is better than 1011, because, again, from what I understood 1011 is related to baseband.

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    I'm trying to attach iPhoneUpdater log as requested, error code 4 when trying to go from 1.1.1 to 1.0.2, but it says upload failed, I've zipped it and it has 3kb, what I'm doing wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fggs View Post
    I'm trying to attach iPhoneUpdater log as requested, error code 4 when trying to go from 1.1.1 to 1.0.2, but it says upload failed, I've zipped it and it has 3kb, what I'm doing wrong?
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    Here it is, I'm on 1.1.1 and downgraded baseband to 04.03.13_G using KiPhone:

    I've edited the log to fit.

    2010-01-02 00:06:31.125 iTunes.exe[3016:670]: restore library built Jun 20 2008 04:08:55
    2010-01-02 00:06:31.125 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: unable to open C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Dados de aplicativos\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPod Temporary Files\Firmware\device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2010-01-02 00:06:31.125 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: board config = m68ap
    2010-01-02 00:06:31.125 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: DFU file = C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Dados de aplicativos\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPod Temporary Files\Firmware/dfu/iBSS.m68ap.RELEASE.dfu
    2010-01-02 00:06:31.125 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: WinDFUUpload: uploading: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Dados de aplicativos\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPod Temporary Files\Firmware/dfu/iBSS.m68ap.RELEASE.dfu
    2010-01-02 00:06:31.125 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: OpenDeviceByPath: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1222#89000000000001#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\1100
    2010-01-02 00:06:31.171 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 1
    2010-01-02 00:06:31.234 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 3
    2010-01-02 00:06:31.281 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 5
    2010-01-02 00:06:32.468 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 47
    2010-01-02 00:06:32.515 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 49
    2010-01-02 00:06:32.578 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 51
    2010-01-02 00:06:32.625 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 53
    2010-01-02 00:06:32.687 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 55
    2010-01-02 00:06:32.734 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 57
    2010-01-02 00:06:32.796 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 59
    2010-01-02 00:06:32.859 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 61
    2010-01-02 00:06:32.906 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 63
    2010-01-02 00:06:32.968 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 65
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.015 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 67
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.078 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 69
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.140 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 71
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.187 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 73
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.250 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 75
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.296 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 77
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.359 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 79
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.421 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 81
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.468 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 83
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.531 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 85
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.578 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 87
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.640 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 88
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.687 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 90
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.750 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 92
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.812 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 94
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.859 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 96
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.921 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 98
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.937 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: DownloadDfuImage: EOF, cbRead: 1178
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.968 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 100
    2010-01-02 00:06:33.968 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: DownloadDfuImage: ZLP
    2010-01-02 00:06:34.015 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: operation 0 progress 100
    2010-01-02 00:06:34.062 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: DownloadDfuImage: dsw.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST
    2010-01-02 00:06:34.078 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: DownloadDfuImage, CloseDevice
    2010-01-02 00:06:34.078 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: WinDFUUpload: upload complete
    2010-01-02 00:06:34.078 iTunes.exe[3016:a3c]: <DFU Device 08CDD318>: DFU succeeded
    2010-01-02 00:06:34.109 iTunes.exe[3016:abc]: WinAMRestore::OnInterfaceRemoval: \\?\USB#Vid_05ac&Pid_1222#89000000000001#{b8085869-feb9-404b-8cb1-1e5c14fa8c54}\1100
    2010-01-02 00:06:34.109 iTunes.exe[3016:abc]: WinAMRestore::RemoveAppleDeviceFromDeviceList: \\?\USB#Vid_05ac&Pid_1222#89000000000001#{b8085869-feb9-404b-8cb1-1e5c14fa8c54}\1100
    2010-01-02 00:06:34.109 iTunes.exe[3016:abc]: AppleDevice::NotifyDisconnect: APPLEDEVICE_TYPE_DFU
    2010-01-02 00:06:34.140 iTunes.exe[3016:abc]: _AMDFUModeDeviceFinalize: 08CDD318
    2010-01-02 00:06:35.953 iTunes.exe[3016:abc]: WinAMRestore::OnInterfaceArrival: \\?\USB#Vid_05ac&Pid_1280#5&19e1f013&0&5#{ed82a167-d61a-4af6-9ab6-11e52236c576}\IB1100
    2010-01-02 00:06:35.953 iTunes.exe[3016:abc]: WinAMRestore::AddAppleDeviceToDeviceList: \\?\USB#Vid_05ac&Pid_1280#5&19e1f013&0&5#{ed82a167-d61a-4af6-9ab6-11e52236c576}\IB1100
    2010-01-02 00:06:35.968 iTunes.exe[3016:abc]: FoundStringDescriptors: serial is not found
    2010-01-02 00:06:35.968 iTunes.exe[3016:abc]: AppleDevice::NotifyConnect: APPLEDEVICE_TYPE_RECOVERY
    2010-01-02 00:07:02.109 iTunes.exe[3016:670]: restore library built Jun 20 2008 04:08:55
    2010-01-02 00:07:02.421 iTunes.exe[3016:c4c]: unable to open C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Dados de aplicativos\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPhone Temporary Files\Firmware\device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2010-01-02 00:07:02.421 iTunes.exe[3016:c4c]: <Recovery Mode Device 0D9AB680>: operation 3 progress -1
    2010-01-02 00:07:02.421 iTunes.exe[3016:c4c]: <Recovery Mode Device 0D9AB680>: operation 4 progress -1
    2010-01-02 00:07:03.453 iTunes.exe[3016:c4c]: <Recovery Mode Device 0D9AB680>: operation 5 progress -1
    2010-01-02 00:07:05.359 iTunes.exe[3016:c4c]: <Recovery Mode Device 0D9AB680>: operation 6 progress -1
    2010-01-02 00:07:06.375 iTunes.exe[3016:c4c]: <Recovery Mode Device 0D9AB680>: operation 7 progress -1
    2010-01-02 00:07:06.546 iTunes.exe[3016:c4c]: <Recovery Mode Device 0D9AB680>: operation 8 progress -1
    2010-01-02 00:07:06.546 iTunes.exe[3016:c4c]: Force NAND erase = 1
    2010-01-02 00:07:06.546 iTunes.exe[3016:c4c]: <Recovery Mode Device 0D9AB680>: operation 9 progress -1
    2010-01-02 00:07:06.546 iTunes.exe[3016:c4c]: <Recovery Mode Device 0D9AB680>: Recovery mode succeeded
    2010-01-02 00:07:15.468 iTunes.exe[3016:abc]: WinAMRestore::OnInterfaceRemoval: \\?\USB#Vid_05ac&Pid_1280#5&19e1f013&0&5#{ed82a167-d61a-4af6-9ab6-11e52236c576}\IB1100
    2010-01-02 00:07:15.468 iTunes.exe[3016:abc]: WinAMRestore::RemoveAppleDeviceFromDeviceList: \\?\USB#Vid_05ac&Pid_1280#5&19e1f013&0&5#{ed82a167-d61a-4af6-9ab6-11e52236c576}\IB1100
    2010-01-02 00:07:15.468 iTunes.exe[3016:abc]: AppleDevice::NotifyDisconnect: APPLEDEVICE_TYPE_RECOVERY
    2010-01-02 00:07:16.109 iTunes.exe[3016:670]: <Restore Device 01DB4C08>: operation 3 progress -1
    2010-01-02 00:07:16.109 iTunes.exe[3016:670]: <Restore Device 01DB4C08>: operation 4 progress -1
    2010-01-02 00:07:16.140 iTunes.exe[3016:670]: type query response = <CFDictionary 08CBD2C0 [676968F0]>{type = mutable, count = 8, capacity = 17, pairs = (
    2 : <CFString 08CB4B28 [676968F0]>{contents = "Request"} = <CFString 08CD8E58 [676968F0]>{contents = "QueryType"}
    6 : <CFString 01E2BA80 [676968F0]>{contents = "ChipRevision"} = <CFNumber 08CD6828 [676968F0]>{value = +2, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
    7 : <CFString 08CA3DD8 [676968F0]>{contents = "NORImageVersion"} = <CFNumber 01D75218 [676968F0]>{value = +2, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
    9 : <CFString 0DA04B70 [676968F0]>{contents = "RestoreProtocolVersion"} = <CFNumber 08CBF5F8 [676968F0]>{value = +7, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
    13 : <CFString 0D9FFC28 [676968F0]>{contents = "Type"} = <CFString 08CB8AA8 [676968F0]>{contents = "com.apple.mobile.restored"}
    15 : <CFString 08CC16E8 [676968F0]>{contents = "SerialNumber"} = <CFString 67696CF0 [676968F0]>{contents = ""}
    19 : <CFString 08CB2318 [676968F0]>{contents = "HardwareModel"} = <CFString 0D9FFAC0 [676968F0]>{contents = "M68AP"}
    20 : <CFString 0DA04D78 [676968F0]>{contents = "Result"} = <CFString 08CDE7D0 [676968F0]>{contents = "Success"}
    )}
    2010-01-02 00:07:16.140 iTunes.exe[3016:670]: Supports value queries: 0
    2010-01-02 00:07:16.187 iTunes.exe[3016:b5c]: type query response = <CFDictionary 08CB6FA8 [676968F0]>{type = mutable, count = 8, capacity = 17, pairs = (
    2 : <CFString 08CC16E8 [676968F0]>{contents = "Request"} = <CFString 01E2BA80 [676968F0]>{contents = "QueryType"}
    6 : <CFString 08CDE7D0 [676968F0]>{contents = "ChipRevision"} = <CFNumber 08CBF5F8 [676968F0]>{value = +2, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
    7 : <CFString 08CA3DD8 [676968F0]>{contents = "NORImageVersion"} = <CFNumber 08CD6828 [676968F0]>{value = +2, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
    9 : <CFString 08CA3E00 [676968F0]>{contents = "RestoreProtocolVersion"} = <CFNumber 08CCF138 [676968F0]>{value = +7, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
    13 : <CFString 08CBF490 [676968F0]>{contents = "Type"} = <CFString 08CB6E28 [676968F0]>{contents = "com.apple.mobile.restored"}
    15 : <CFString 08CD8E58 [676968F0]>{contents = "SerialNumber"} = <CFString 67696CF0 [676968F0]>{contents = ""}
    19 : <CFString 08CB2318 [676968F0]>{contents = "HardwareModel"} = <CFString 01D75218 [676968F0]>{contents = "M68AP"}
    20 : <CFString 0D9FFB08 [676968F0]>{contents = "Result"} = <CFString 08CB4B28 [676968F0]>{contents = "Success"}
    )}
    2010-01-02 00:07:16.187 iTunes.exe[3016:b5c]: <Restore Device 01DB4C08>: Restore failed (result = 4)


 

 
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