Discuss [iLiberty+] The ultimate unlocker/activator/jailbreaker/bl downgrader at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by CrimsonVerbs
Okay, i've been reading this forum for QUITE a while now.
Some reading would do no harm... May I reffer you to the BIG sticky post: "New to the iPhone Scene? Read the FAQ first!" ???
Originally Posted by CrimsonVerbs
If you have no clue what to do, or have no idea how to turn a computer on (all mumbo-jumbo technicalities to you, I know...), then you should have someone else do the unlocking for you.
WeŽll help anyone, but you should AT LEAST take the time to inform yourself a little bit before begging for a "unlocking for dummies" explanation. Unlocking the iPhone is relatively easy (as youŽll see for yourself after reading a bit), but if something goes wrong and you donŽt know what youŽre doing, then youŽll be in trouble.
By the way, there are about 4 applications out there that do exactly as you told. TheyŽre all explained in detail as "stickies" on this forum. Again, READ!
Anyhow, this might help you: http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=849
Last edited by younesmaia; 04-27-2008 at 07:37 AM.
This has happened to me a few times, but I was always able to fix it. Just sync the phone on iTunes after you have installed the Youtube Fix. After syncing, Youtube works each and every time for me... See if that works for you and let us know.
Originally Posted by jaykay69
Alright here's my problem.
I have an activated at&t jailbroken iPhone running 1.1.4. My Youtube doesn't connect even when trying both fixes in the intstaller. Not exactly sure what I'm missing, but if I use iLiberty, will I need to apply this 'fix' and have it not work? Or should I be all good after formatting?
Not really sure why Youtube just stops working all of a sudden..
Also how can I get Installer working on it? Can I just visit the site jailbreakme.com and still download it?
Last edited by redshoepaul; 04-28-2008 at 02:01 AM.
looked for in the forum but no luck:
how can i know which is my fw version when i take my iphone out of the box?
and if it's not 1.1.4, what should i do?
i heard about dfu mode and restore... why can't i simply upgrade the firmware normally from itunes?
brand new out of the box.
turn on. slide for emergency. Dial *3001#12345#*
goto versions, look for firmware version.
If it's 04.04.05_G then you have 1.1.4
If it's 04.03.13_G then you have 1.1.3
If it's 04.02.13_G then you have 1.1.2
You want to DFU restore because you want to wipe the phone clean. It's best to start out with a clean phone.
ok, thx. i'll download the firmware file from iClarified.
Originally Posted by dtube
If you just got a new phone you can just restore it in Itunes to make sure it is 1.1.4.
just turn on your phone and connect it to iTunes. Let iTunes detect it and ask to activate it.
Then start iLiberty and select "recovery mode" from the advanced menu.
The phone will restart in recovery mode and itunes will ask you to restore or restor AND update (if its not 1.1.4 already).
Just click on restore and it will automatically download 1.1.4 firmware and restore the phone using it.
There is no actual need to download 1.1.4 separately as iTunes will do it for you!
iPhone US 8GB
FW 1.0.2--> iUnlock--> iPhoneSIMfree--> 1.1.1 --> 1.1.2--> Soft upgrade 1.1.3 --> 1.1.4 using signal.app
iPhone UK 16GB
FW 1.1.3 OOB --> 1.1.4 --> iPlus 1.2 unlocked!
<----If I helped you out, rep points are always nice (thanks for that idea!)
If I used iPlus2.0b to unlock and activate my phone can I use iLiberty to erase my baseband and restore with itunes to get it back to a factory state?? Does iliberty and iplus use the same method to unlock as they are made by the same people?? Will I run into any problems doing this??
i unlocked my iphone 1.1.4 sometime back wid iliberty,, there is no prob ,, but i want to kno wat Base band my phone is ,, i ve a 4.04.05 modem firmware,, kindly help.. thanks
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