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    I'm on a mac and I have a bricked IPhone, no wifi, bt or phone, repair needed EMEI and CCDI unknown. There is an other thread about this kind of problem...and it seems way beyond my talent as a novice. Is there anyone who would fix my iphone for a fee? Or is a "nooby" fix coming? thanks for any help.



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    use ibricker( on a mac you use another program to install via usb but Im not sure what it is) and load the app uictrl, that app will let you restart or load the commcenter. Its sounds like your commcenter is unloaded, can I ask what steps you took to get your phone like this??

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    sorry for the late reply. I got the phone with 1.0.2, ugraded to 1.1.1. Downgraded to 1.0.2, pre 1.1.1 update with independence (jailbreak, activate, SSH and all). Installed Simfree app. Then when running the app I pressed the home button by mistake and ended up with a phone with out wifi, bt...nada.

    Now I was getting the repair needed screen and I could activate with independence. Used Iactivator and I am now activated. Its obviously jailbreaked and running 1.0.2 at the moment.

    Whats the comcenter? Is that what regulates all the "radio" fonctions of the phone? And the baseband? same thing? thanks for any help really.

 

 

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