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[1.1.3]ziphoned. Only 0049 IMEI can register ? No wifi no BT, battery drain quick
First of all, thanks so much to Zibri's ZiPhone, I finally get my iPhone back from grave.
It's my primary phone now, You have no idea how glad I am. I will definitly donate to support dev team.
But a few thing remain:
Now my iPhone unlocked on fw 1.1.3, problem is it only register to carrier with IMEI 0049.. NOT my own IMEI. My question is do I have to change it to real IMEI or I just use 0049.. as it works for me.
I tried unlock or activate iPhone from fw 1.0.2 1.1.1 and 1.1.2 to now 1.1.3, but none of any solutions on the market can bring back wifi and blue tooth from gray out. Is there any way can diagnose if the problem relate to the hardware?
One more thing is my battery, It's drain pretty quick, only can stand by about 12 hours. Could it be fixed?
Once again, Thanks for the great work.
Hope could have more solutions to fix above problems.
By the way, Apple, Please launch iPhone here in Australia, got to be a 3G iPhone you know we want it.
Appreciated for any advice
Last edited by ifun; 02-24-2008 at 04:04 AM.
Willing to try this ....
Try put you iPhone in to DFU mode (NOT RESTORE), of course you sholud back everything up, than UPGRADE via iTunes to 1.1.3 and use ZiPhone, by my best knowlege you should have you original IMEI back,and probably WiFi and BlueTooth (corrupted baseband from previous unlock or mess up) problem gone (at least it worked for me)...... Now, a little tutorial :
Originally Posted by ifun
Download DFU - www.send$pace.com/file/93fx93 (change $ to s)
Extract DFU folder to C:/
Go to the start menu and click Run, and type the following:
Now hit OK, this will force your iphone into DFU mode. Now it should have a white screen.
RESTORE via iTunes to 1.1.3 .... then ZiPhone (BUT FIRS read the included read.me file), and below you will find a little guideline :
QFull usage summary:
ziphone -j = Jailbreak
ziphone -a = Activate
ziphone -u = Unlock (Works on both BL3.9 and BL4.6)
ziphone -e = Erase Baseband (BL 3.9 only)
ziphone -b = Downgrade Bootloader from 4.6 to 3.9, update baseband to 4.03.13 and patch the unlock.
ziphone -D: Enter DFU Mode.
ziphone -R: Enter Recovery Mode.
ziphone -N: Exit Recovery Mode (normal boot).
ziphone -C: Make coffee (checks MD5 sums on included DAT files)
Use -a -j -u to activate, jailbreak and unlock.
ZiPhone never bricked an iPhone not even during first personal tests.
ZiPhone actually repaired many previously bricked iPhones.
99% of "bugs" I have been reported are for the same reason.
ZiPhone never touches internal security data. -i option just fakes them.
You can restore the phone to "refurbished" state just issuing:
then ziphone -D and do a full restore to any os. (thieves, you are warned!)
Some common mistakes:
iTunes should not be killed. ZiPhone is against violence
and just ignores it and it's helper.
OSX users often have vmware running.
ZiPhone and iTunes must run on the same OS.
When doing a full restore with -D option, set
the phone as a new phone in iTunes and sync back
your data. That's the most common mistake.
The reason: data backed up from previous
jailbroken iPhones is wrong for a real 1.1.3 OS.
When you open Installer for the first time,
refresh sources, then install BSD Subsystem
from the System category before installing anything else !
About the "low space issue", there is a utility
you can find in Installer that can move the
application directory to the second iPhone
partition thus allowing you to have has many
application your brain could bear
If you want to have the Z icon back after deleting,
there is a 'secret' option that restores only the icon
hint: it was meant for test)
The options of ZiPhone are case sensitive! I did that
on purpose to allow people to focus before issuing
commands and read the usage.
Enough said for now,
End Quote ....
Hope this was helpfull ....
[1.1.3]ziphoned, only can register IMEI00499, no wifi no BT, battery drain quickly
Thank for the advice
I did unlock with ZiphoneOSX 2.4 on Mac Tiger.
1. Select option Enter DFU mode, start
2. Restore to 1.1.3 with itunes
3. Jailbreak, activate and unlock, also set IMEI to my own IMEI
4. after iPhone reboot
Report carrier network is lost, dismiss.
5. Enter Recovery mode
6. unlock, BUT NOT SET IMEI THIS TIME
7. after iphone reboot itself
Regster to my Carrier successfully ! IMEI IS 004999... !
How is that happened, I can use IMEI register but not my IMEI.
Any idea to put wifi and bluetooth back, how can i dignose its software or hardware issue?
Well, nice puzzle ....
Hope you understend that your IMEI and the lack of WiFi and Bluetooth are in the same basket, corupted BASEBAND,and i have no idea how you have you phone.app working .... becouse it shold not.
Originally Posted by ifun
As i understand you are currently on 1.1.3, with 04.02_12G BB (what BootLoader 3.9 or 4.6?), and to regain your WiFi and Bluetooth you shold somehow virginize your baseband .... Did you opt for downgrade bootloader during first usage of ZiPhone ?
1.1.3fw 3.9bl 4.03bb
I tried million times to virginize it before apply it to ziphoneOSX, Maybe one more time.
I downgrade it to 1.0.2FW, reflesh BB to 3.14
Update to 1.1.1FW, ziphoned, checked BB, it's 4.03, wired, but phone WORKS on my IMEI
I gave it a go, Restored to 1.1.3FW, ziphoned again
now Phone works on IMEI 0049, NOT my own IMEI.
Still no wifi no BT, Really want them back.
(The site is so busy, I hardly can connect here)
Thanks for the link
I gonna have a try after show off iphone to my friends :-)
I have same problem: IMEI 0049 but with ziphone unlock, I can make phone calls, but wifi/bluetooth are grey.
It's not working for me.
I am look for the solution can crack the issue.
Originally Posted by yuhackman
For now, I have to live with my 1.1.3 Phone without wifi BT then.
I think I can wait.
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