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Discuss [Solution] No baseband / Invalid calibration data in device tree / major 2, minor 0 at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by cckrc10 Hi. I have followed your instructions and have gotten the output ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cckrc10 View Post
    Hi.

    I have followed your instructions and have gotten the output that you stated. However the "Invalid calibration data in device tree" issue during the EEPROM read procedure still persists. After the DFU restore to 1.1.4 the settings show "No Wi-Fi" and Bluetooth is unavailable.

    Did you manage to get rid of the "Invalid calibration data in device tree" issue using this method? Or did the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth simply come alive after you completed the procedure?

    To those who have root access problems with the Mobile Terminal application:

    The current release of iPlus 2.0b comes with a payload that includes a release of Term-VT100 and BSD Subsystem 2.1. Using iPlus to do the Jailbreak and activation will ensure you have a Terminal that can provide root access. Alternatively you can use iLiberty+ to activate and Jailbreak by copying the Terminal and BSD payloads to the iLiberty+ payloads folder. You must be logged on as a root user if not you will not be able to carry out chmod commands properly. However the Terminal client has the backspace issue that registers a space every time you tap the backspace key.
    They backspace key shows a space on the screen but it is actually deleting a character, just try and be more careful when typing


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    Quote Originally Posted by perdolis View Post
    I got this:

    # ienew
    Resetting the Baseband...Done
    Opened: /dev/tty.baseband
    iEraser for 112OTB: tool by geohot
    Waiting for data...
    Can't write

    If I use ieraser I get this:
    # ieraser
    Baseband reset
    16 (Resource busy)

    Any ideas?
    Same for me...
    Juste type :

    killall -9 CommCenter

    and it works after all.
    I reach the end of your solution but at the end restore 1.14 in DFU mode do the same for me : error 1012 (or 1011 i don't remember)

    iPhone is 3.9 with FW 1.02
    it has been upgrade in 1.11, also anysim was used.
    By now my friend gave it to me to try to find out a solution.

    A good point is that I managed thank to you to get terminal and installer and can transfer by USB files and i am no more en 1.02 FW but 1.14...

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    my phone was 1.1.4 (1.1.3ootb) and jailbroken with ziphone2.6.. No problems until one morning the phone was off. I turned it on and I got "No SIM... repair). I rebootet the phone and all seemed fine. In the afternoon the error returned an persisted.

    I tried many hints but I only got as far as running ienew which ended with

    Waiting for data...

    I was out of ideas and returned it to the store (first restored to 1.1.4 with iTunes which ended with 1011) . ErrorDescriptiuon "No SIM/EMEI and 1011 with iTunes). 3 Days later I could pick up a new iPhone. On the repair-sheet was written "Confirmed that iPhone has issues. iPhone replaced"

    What did I do to nuke my iPhone? Is this realy a hardware issue? Is it fixable if it is not? And how?

    Last thing I did was downloading and installing "ScummVM" with the Installer...

    Before I nuke my new iPhone I like to find out what happended to my old one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izzard View Post
    Hi folks. I've just fixed a very broken iPhone. I know of several people who have had the same problem so I'm very pleased to have got this phone 100% working again. If you have the same symptoms then this method may help.


    THE SYMPTOMS
    • iPhone appears to have no baseband.
    • iPhone shows "Repair needed" and the info button shows unknown IMEI and ICCID.
    • When you restore - even from DFU mode - the OS changes but the firmware never gets uploaded. Restores take ages and eventually timeout with an error, leaving you in Restore mode.
    • You can bash out of restore mode and boot normally using the tools available, but you still get "Repair needed", etc.
    • Settings / About shows WiFi greyed-out, all 0s for Bluetooth, and nothing for baseband info.
    • No signal (obviously)
    • No sound from keypad or ringtones.
    • When you try jailbreaking using ZiPhone or iPlus, it fails during the process. (If I recall, ZiPhone says "Hmm, what did you do...?" and then fails to unlock. It scrolls forever. With iPlus you get the red banner and text but it stalls and locks up.)
    • After you've tried ZiPhone/iPlus, your phone will not boot in normal mode. You get "AppleMRVL868x: Invalid calibration data in device tree" in the scrolling white-on-black text.
    • Eventually you might be left with "BSD root: md0, major 2, minor 0" scrolling continuously.
    • From this point you can Restore in DFU mode but it still won't restore the baseband and will take ages to time out. You can get it to boot again but you're back at square 1.



    MY PROGNOSIS

    Okay that's a fairly horrible list and not a good place to start from. This is clearly more than a simple "WiFi greyed out" issue. I'm sure you've spotted the problem with this picture: with no EDGE and no WiFi you can't get into the phone to install helpful tools on it.

    You might also have tried things like erasing the baseband in ZiPhone and found this also failed. In my opinion your phone is NOT totally bricked. It's just poorly. All your network IDs and IMEI etc are still there. But nothing can read them. In fact it's so broken that none of the tools seem able to erase the baseband so you can install it again.


    A SOLUTION(?)

    After a couple of days of research and a million different attempts at stuff, here's what worked for me. I'll give you the overview and then some details but please bear in mind that the nitty-gritty of carrying out all of these steps has been done to death elsewhere so please have a search. I'm not going to attempt to write out a step-by-step guide in minute detail because that leads to mistakes. Plus there's a good chance a lot of people reading this have worked through most of this at least once before.

    The key seems to be properly erasing your baseband and 'ienew' seemed to be what worked.


    OVERVIEW

    1) DFU mode restore to 1.1.4. It will eventually end in an error and leave you in Restore mode.
    2) Bash out and boot normally.
    3) Jailbreak and (h)activate the phone. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO UNLOCK.
    4) Send ienew and support files over USB.
    5) Run ienew in Mobile Terminal
    6) DFU Restore to 1.1.4 again.

    You should know if you were sucessful when you Restore because this time it will recognise you have no baseband and flash the 1.1.4 one. Now you have it back to factory conditions (well apart from bootloader 3.9 of course) and you'll notice the phone reads the SIM card and you get IMEI and ICCID back. If you jailbreak you'll see that WiFi, Bluetooth and sound works. And if you unlock you'll be able to use your own SIM again. Give yourself a pat on the back (and give me some credit) if it worked

    NOTES

    1) Get DFU mode by plugging into iTunes, holding Power and Home buttons down. After 7 seconds the screen will switch off. Keep holding until 10 seconds then let go of Power button but keep holding Home. After another 10/15 seconds the screen will still be off but iTunes will find an iPhone in Restore mode. You can now just go ahead and click the Restore button. (NB if you're reading this when 1.1.4 has been superseded then I suggest you get the 1.1.4 restore file and force iTunes to restore from that, since we know 1.1.4 is unlockable.)

    2) Use your favourite method to bash out of Restore mode. iBrickr might do it. I use iphone-tools or iPlus. Independence on Mac can do it. Hell, even ZiPhone 2.6 has a button to boot in Normal mode.

    3) You need to jailbreak and activate so that you get the BSD Subsystem and Mobile Terminal. I think I used iPlus. (Don't use the -U option - trying to unlock will put you back at square one).

    4) All the files you need are here: http://stuff.uselessblather.com/tools46.zip. There are various options for transferring files over USB to the iPhone. I used a Total Commander plugin which worked great:
    Get a Total Commander trial version here: http://www.ghisler.com/download.htm
    Get the T-pot plugin here: http://t-pot.googlecode.com/files/T-PoT.1.1.zip (There's at least one other such plugin but this one worked for me.)
    If you open the zip file with Total Commander it will recognise that it has a plugin and install it for you. Nice. Now you'll find your iPhone is accessible under Network Neighbourhood / T-Pot and you can make a new folder (e.g. in /usr/bin) and put the files there.
    Other ways to send files over USB include "iPhone PC Suite" for windows and iphonedisk for OS X.

    5) Mobile Terminal next. (Login password for root is alpine). Because the baseband is hosed you'll find input very slow and laggy. This gets better when you sucessfully kill CommCenter, which you need to do anyway for the erase. "launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist". This just wasn't doing it for me so I rebooted and used the more persistent version: "launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist". The -w option will kill CommCenter on the next boot. Don't worry about that because you'll be restoring soon. Now you can type properly, set the permission on ienew by changing to the folder it's in (e.g. /usr/bin/unscrew or whatever) and entering "chmod +x ienew". You should get the following:

    Code:
    # ienew
    Resetting the Baseband...Done
    Opened: /dev/tty.baseband
    iEraser for 112OTB: tool by geohot
    Waiting for data...
    Got Header: 77 0b cc
    02 00 85 00 02 00 FF FF 85 02 03 00
    SECPACK
    02 00 04 02 06 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 0B 02 03 00
    Erase
    02 00 05 08 02 00 00 00 07 08 03 00
    02 00 06 08 06 00 01 00 00 00 A0 00 AD 08 03 00
    Hopefully the main flash was erased, wait for the next step...
    #
    If so - congrats. You're nearly there. (If you happened to bother setting the permission for bbupdater and running "bbupdater -v" at this point you'd be told that it is unresponsive to pinging. Which is exactly what you want. Because it's not there. D'you see?) DON'T bother trying to install a new baseband manually with all that "bbupdater -f and -e" stuff. You don't need to. Restoring 1.1.4 in DFU mode will do that for you.

    6) DFU Restore. You know the drill.


    There we go. Hope it works for you. Sorry for errors. It's 4am and I wrote this from memory because I didn't get the sequence right straight away or right it down at the time. I'll certainly correct this when errors in the instructions are pointed out. It's possible I've left a vital step out. This is because I've tried to whittle it down to the bare minimum number of steps so I've left out stuff I did that I believe wasn't necessary. We'll see. Good luck!


    Hi Iam Niaz
    I cant Restore from dfu also iPhone is disconnecting from I tune after "Performing iPhone for restore" and getting Error after few minute1601 or 1603. and I tried Recovery mode also here its reconnecting recovery mode after "Performing iPhone for restore" the getting error 1600 or 1611 when I am trying to boot normal Its disconnecting from the itune or computer and iPhone screen keep blinking. Please tell me one solution. I tried almost one month

    Thanks


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    Could people PLEASE stop quoting the entire fraking first post? We know what it says already.

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    My iphone is having that problem, although programs like independence say i have no baseband ... at all. I got terminal on my iphone, but when I open it, it freezes, does anyone have suggestions?

    Thanks

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    Well, there is one thing.
    The secpack you are going to use MUST be the one from the baseband YOU ARE. Not the one from the the baseband you ARE GOING TO.

    Look at Georges website.

    How to Use These Files

    Example #1

    Upgrade modem from 04.01.13_G to 04.02.13_G without upgrading firmware, get the following files:
    iEraser
    BBUpdater
    Secpack040113
    ICE04.02.13_G.fls
    ICE04.02.13_G.eep
    Then take the usual steps to reflash the modem.

    Example #2
    Downgrade modem from 04.03.13_G (BL3.9) to 04.01.13_G, get these files:
    iEraser
    BBUpdater
    Secpack040313
    ICE04.01.13_G.fls
    ICE04.01.13_G.eep
    Then take the usual steps to reflash the modem.

    So if you have a 1.1.1 with this problem you should use Secpack from 1.1.1 not from 1.1.4.

    I hope this helps, its the only yhing i can think right now.
    Abras

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    Does anyone want to buy a iPhone from me, its got no baseband...
    I got the my last iphone replaced over the weekend, so they replaced it with a new one. $350 shipped?

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    Bump......where is a fix for all these people with the symptoms of invalid calibration data, corrupt baseband.....restore not working etc PLEASE
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