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    Hi there,

    I have an iPhone here, which will not get out of the Recovery Mode. Independence can not do that and iTunes quit with the 1604-failure - any ideas except these...

    http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthre...=1604+recovery

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    restart ur Computer to solve that 1604
    iPhone 4GB [1.0.2 OTB]
    3.0.1 Bootneutered and Redsn0wed

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    Didn't work. I tried it on 3 different Mac's, two XP-systems...also different USB-Ports but the device is not hot.

    iBrickr or independence can not get it out of recovery. Any ideas?

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    It seams that there is a timeout at 'preparing the iPhone' in iTunes. The device doesn't boot or anything which it should for getting restored, right?

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    try to put it on DFU mode then restore
    iPhone 4GB [1.0.2 OTB]
    3.0.1 Bootneutered and Redsn0wed


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    Try to put iPhone in DFU mode and then restore it.
    You can try these steps below:
    1. Try another USB cord.
    2. Restart your computer for a try.
    3. Hold the power button, it might restart your iPhone.
    4. Update your iTunes to the latest version. Plug in your iPhone.
    If iTunes can't recognize it, then in iTunes in the top left corner click help > run diagnostics.
    On the box that comes up, check the last two things. Click next and it should identify your iPhone and then restore it.
    Last edited by n1ckn4m3; 03-07-2013 at 06:10 PM. Reason: Don't dig up 5 year old threads to try and generate google fluff for your website. It's rude.

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    What is DFU mode? The only thing I can think of that fits that acronym is probably not what it stands for! I read that using a different USB would solve several different issues with the phones.

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    DFU stands for Device Firmware Update. That is the mode that allows you to upgrade or update your firmware (obviously). You get there on most devices by powering off, connecting to PC, then holding power and home for 10 seconds.

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    If you want to get iPhone out of recovery mode without losing data you have no choice but to restore it. All the data on it is already lost if it is in recovery mode, you will have to restore it and when setting it up again at the end of the restore process your phone will restart and you will have to set it up again as you did when it was new. In the process you will be given the option to restore it from and iTunes or iCloud backup. If you have been backing up to iCloud choose that (be sure to plug your phone in to a wall charger as this will take hours to complete). If you haven't been backing up to iCloud choose restore from iTunes backup, then restore from the backup you created the last time you synced your phone.
    Read more about iPhone Data Recovery here.
    Last edited by elgooghia; 01-03-2014 at 03:41 AM.

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    Recovery Mode vs DFU Mode - Which is Which? and How to enter and Exit


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuulql2u37U
    iPhone 1.0.2 OTB->Virginized->1.1.4 FW->Winpwn FW 2.0.1 Quickpwn 2.0.1 to FW 2.2.1->RedsnOw->3.0 FW itunes3.0.1FW->RedsnOw 8 to unlock->RedSnow 0.9.2 upgrade to 3.1.2->iPhone 2g 3.1.2 and as of July 30th,2010->iPhone 4-32GB & iPhone 4-16Gb->Unlocked

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