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    Default How to bring back a 4.6 1.1.2 OTB iPhone which was accidentally upgraded to itunes 1

    How to bring back a 4.6 1.1.2 OTB iPhone which was accidentally upgraded to itunes 1.1.3 back to a working iTouch with all functionalities including WIFI, but without phone functions. This is an item that is spread over different threads in this forum. Untill nobody gave a clear answer to this question, probably because people that made the upgrade are considered as dummies.

    Ik would like to see that all people confronted with this problems deliver their hints here.

    People who succeeded in this only have to wait until another xxxsim-solution comes on the market.

    After many attempts i succeeded finally in having a 1.1.2 jailbreaked phone with baseband 4.03.13_G. All this was done using existing software solutions, but with some very important differences in the application.

    First of all the principal guide is the one for a normal 1.1.2 OTB jailbreak operation. And yes it works on a accidentally upgraded (to 1.1.3) phone.

    In general I followed the typical instructions of:

    Differences i applied were:

    - it can be tricky to get the phone in recovery mode, restart itunes, keep home and sleep buttons pressed when the apple symbol is present since some time, then release, the sleep button. Evtlly disconnect and reconnect USB, etc...But it WILL work

    - i used iTunes 7.5

    - ensure that the original AT&T that comes with the phone, is inserted.

    - in step 14 the first url is simply "prefs:" (without the brackets)

    - for the installation of AppSnapp: first wait until the url is completely loaded (this step fails sometimes, just start it over)

    -step 28 is valid for new OTB phones. I received the message that the computer could not make contact with the iphone. That is because for one or other reason the end of step 27 can now be a phone in recovery mode. In that case start the conceited software jailbreak file (in windows it is windows.bat), do not mark SSH, do not press jailbreak, but press reboot from recovery. After a while you will see the emergy call screen again. Do not touch the iphone. Start the jailbreak software again: windows.bat . Now mark SSH en press jailbreak. After several reboots you will have your 1.1.2 phone back. For international users, go to installer and install from Tweaks 1.1.2 the iWorld application. After installation, run it and choose your country.

    Your iphone is fully functional (also WIFI), exept for phone functions, just waiting for the next generation xxsim cards wich will be available soon.

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    We ar missen just one thing... a patched lockdownd for the new modemfirmware.....
    The old sims will probably work then.
    Working 2.0 Beta unlocked with Pwnage Tool
    from 1.1.4 Ziphone
    from 1.1.3
    from 1.1.2
    from 1.1.1
    from 1.0.2. Hw Unlocked thanx to Geohot.



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