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    Hello everyone...

    As it seems, there is no solution for us now and it looks like not much has changed since I've started the previous thread about it :
    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=29995

    Besides the fact that now we have Iplus which jb/act. 114 and installs the terminal automatically (although James' tools could do the same on 112 - check the post).

    I think the solution will come from this :
    1. someone will make a new tool which will fix our specific problem - any volunteers? .
    2. Dev team or I don't know who, will rls their new unlocking/jb/act. method which might fix our problem too (using Itunes this time..).
    3. a new version of the fw/bb/bl which will come in the future will fix our problem (but then we'll have to wait for a new unlocking method most likely..).

    Thank you all for the effort but it seems like it won't work with the tools me have @ present...


    D.
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    Iphone 1: 113->114->sw unlock->fully working phone
    Iphone 2: 112otb->jb/act->hw unlock->brick..?!
    workin' as an ipod touch...no solution for now
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    While I am sure you are right, it will get fixed eventually, Izzard did manage to bring his back, and it has the same symptoms mine does.

    Hopefully, I can figure out what I am doing wrong/he did right.

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    Additionally, I never took the phone apart, or tried to mess with the hardware. Mine is all software related (as far as I know).
    Last edited by Hissta1; 03-24-2008 at 12:19 AM. Reason: Typo

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    The solution may lie with iBooter which is being developed at the moment.

    I have been talking to the author and he is aware of the symptoms. He may be working on something that can help (a way to reflash your broken phone from a ramdisk when all else fails).

    He was of the opinion that my solution would only work in a limited number of cases and that I was lucky. He thinks I just had a corrupt baseband whereas it will not help for someone who has a corrupt bootloader.

    Based on the disappointing responses here - where people are still not able to erase - it looks like he's right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izzard View Post
    The solution may lie with iBooter which is being developed at the moment.

    I have been talking to the author and he is aware of the symptoms. He may be working on something that can help (a way to reflash your broken phone from a ramdisk when all else fails).
    ....
    Good to know, thanks
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    Iphone 1: 113->114->sw unlock->fully working phone
    Iphone 2: 112otb->jb/act->hw unlock->brick..?!
    workin' as an ipod touch...no solution for now
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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?
    exactly as you....

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    Quote Originally Posted by singularidad View Post
    Yes, you must kill Commcenter.

    execute this:

    launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist

    and then:

    killall -9 CommCenter

    now you can run ieraser and/or ienew without problems
    when I "launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist", it tells me : "launchctl: Error: launch msg(): Socket is not connected". So I can unload at all. Any sugextions? Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izzard View Post

    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.
    Izzard, How did you get pass #2? I was not able to bash out of Restore mode after #1. I tried ibrickr which showed me a green screen. ZiPhone 2.6 was not able to boot it in normal mode and Independence doesn't have the option. For iPlus, I just issued the command "./iplus" but it was not able to boot it to normal mode. Any thoughts? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xpq2001 View Post
    when I "launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist", it tells me : "launchctl: Error: launch msg(): Socket is not connected". So I can unload at all. Any sugextions? Thx
    It seems that your BSD subsystem is not properly installed. Maybe you should try to install it again. Or restore to 1.1.4 and use iplus 2.0b... it will install BSD and terminal for you, besides of jailbreak/activate the iphone.

    Launchctl has to work...

    Or maybe you could try just using the killall command... but I'm not sure it'll work becauses there are processes that are launched automatically when you kill them (like springboard) if they're not unloaded.

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    Awesome, I got it to work yesterday. I had to use the new secpack, as well as find a bbupdater since mine wouldn't unzip, but it allowed ienew to work, I restored, and now my phone is back to new.
    Thanks a lot!


 

 

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