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    Default No "true" re-virginize tool... yet?

    Current: 1.1.1 "iBrick" (1.02 AnySim Updated)
    Desired: 1.1.1 Completely Clean (Locked, No Hacks, Can Update & Restore as Desired)

    From what I have read, there is currently no solution for the above. The options appears to be:

    1. IPSF appears to be relatively safe as it repairs AnySim/1.1.1 damage and was able to safely be updated through 1.1.1 (but, no promises on 1.1.x).

    2. The iPhone Elite solution involves again using AnySim during the "repair" process, and cannot be updated to 1.1.1. (I may be missing something; the "relocked' option appears to build upon earlier steps and still can't be updated to 1.1.1.)

    I appreciate the efforts of all on this board, and don't wish my desire for a virgin phone to appear to disparage any work being done. But, I was messing around with things, was dumb, and bricked my phone. I'm clearly too dumb to be messing with this when I depend on this phone for work. I hope to pick up a refurb in the future to mess with and cure this idiocy, but for now I'd really like to be able to get totally back to a "factory" phone.

    Any assistance or clarification would be immensely appreciated.

    P.S. I've seen discussion of a new potential tool, but I'm really looking at doing something within the next 24-48 hours and simply have to go for the best option.



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    What you need to do is downgrade to 1.02 and then run the virginizer method then your phone will be virgin. I am not sure if it is in the factory state, but you probally can not get to the factory state unless you dumped your nor in its factory state.

 

 

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