Discuss [Solution] No baseband / Invalid calibration data in device tree / major 2, minor 0 at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Right. ..last time:
If you get "Resource busy" then something is still interfering and you ...
Right. ..last time:
If you get "Resource busy" then something is still interfering and you need to fully kill CommCenter. You may think it's not running just because the keyboard becomes responsive but that is not the full picture.
Either kill the corresponding process or boot-up with CommCenter disabled. Then you WILL NOT GET "Resource busy".
The only other thing I can suggest, for those who are getting "Waiting for data" is to try these files: http://lpahome.com/geohot/112otb.rar
Last edited by Izzard; 03-23-2008 at 12:38 AM.
Whats the difference between
? And what are they doing?
Like I understand,ieraser erases the baseband,but what are the others doing?
First of all, I want to say Thanks. Your description precisely matches all the problems I am having.
I have a few questions though, because I am new to this.
I tried to unzip the tools46, and I am getting that the bbuploader and the .fls file are corrupt and cannot be unzipped.
Also, when trying to use Mobile Terminal, you said it would be slow and laggy, but it is not showing my letters up at all. Is there a trick? For some reason, if I hit enter and put in "root" at the login, it takes that are normal speed, no problem. But the password does not show up no matter how slow or fast I type it.
There is no reason why you can't unzip. Try downloading the file again.
That is normal behavior. When you start the terminal it has already specified root as the login/user so you are immediately prompted for the root password. It will not display the letters as you type. That is normal. Just type alpine carefully and press return. If you got it right you will get a prompt and you can type commands. If you mistype the password you will be asked for the login name again, so type root and press return. Then try entering alpine again at the password prompt.
Originally Posted by Hissta@aol.com
IF ANYONE WANTS ME TO LOOK AT THEIR PHONE FOR THEM THEN MESSAGE ME TO DISCUSS SENDING IT TO ME. I AM INTERESTED IN TRYING TO FIX IT.
At least there is hope.
I did all the steps more than once. Tried with ienew/ieraser and secpack from tools46, tried with secpack from 1.1.4 (with and without respective .fls and .eep). Tried the alternate ienew iunew.
It always stop at "Waiting for data...". I tried to repeat the commands several times too. Rebooting inbetween too.
Any more suggestions?
My symptoms exactly match what you described. Invalid calibration data, BSD root, major 2, minor 0, etc.
Alright, a few more questions.
I was having the error unzipping the needed files. I have used both WinZip and WinRar, as well as TotalCommander itself, and I am getting this
Any ideas? I need those two files. =/ The others are uploading and working fine. I did what you said, and was able to get into my usr/bin folder and run ienew. It gave me the waitring on data as well, but it might be because I am missing those files?
Extracting file: C:\Documents and Settings\NewUser\Desktop\tools46.zip
Extracting to "C:\Documents and Settings\NewUser\Desktop\"
Use Path: yes Overlay Files: no
CRC check failed
Error: Unable to extract "C:\Documents and Settings\NewUser\Desktop\ICE04.02.13_G.fls".
The size of the extracted file (3157421) does not match the uncompressed size (3157412) recorded in the Zip file
CRC check failed
Error: Unable to extract "C:\Documents and Settings\NewUser\Desktop\bbupdater".
The size of the extracted file (341800) does not match the uncompressed size (341784) recorded in the Zip file
Also, i used the command without the -w to kill Commcenter at first, then tried with the -w to make sure it was down, and I got "Process not found." Does that mean CommCenter is properly disabled?
Let's explain a few concepts...
Originally Posted by Hissta1
unload option obviously unloads the commcenter
-w switch means that the unload will be persistent, it's the only difference.
If you do an "unload", the commcenter gets unloaded. But if you reboot the iphone, commcenter gets loaded again because you haven't used the -w option.
So yes, you disabled the commcenter properly. But if you get "busy resource" problems, just use killall command.
Alright, I am trying to do searches for these things before I post (I promise), but where can I find the 1.1.4 secpack?
I am up to this step by the way...
With ./ieraser I get
Get FlashID Request
0000000 | 02 00 01 08 00 00 00 00 01 08 03 00 | ...... ....
Major: 0, Minor: 0, String:
Ieraser: tool by geohot:
"Watining for data..."
I found a .fls that matches the .eep, so I placed that in my /usr/bin/sec file, but I still cannot get that bbupdater file to unzip with out it saying it is corrupted
Resetting the Baseband...Done
iEraser for 112OTB: tool by geohot
Waiting for data...
I found an index of secpack and baseband files. Tried with 1.1.4 secpack, still got "Waiting on Data"
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