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    Does Someone know what causes this problem? because it is growing rapidly on the unlocking comunity.


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    Quote Originally Posted by duduh View Post
    Dude, as far as I understand -> you haven't opened your phone right? (no hw method..)?
    I've heard of some ppl in your situation who managed to fix it...so keep tryin'.

    As to me and others who tried one of the HW methods (physically opening the phone) -> no cure yet as far as I know, or at least none worked for me
    I actually have not opened up my phone yet so hopefully i can get this fixed. Would you be able to send me the files you used? Maybe you had the right combination of software. Or if you can upload to rapid$hare if possible so everyone else can try it as well.

    thanks alot

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    Try what hissta uploaded...he managed to fix his problem.
    maybe you can also try what "sara / james" did from the other thread - http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=29995 , just make sure you're using the right version of fm/bl/bb... some of the tools were made for 112...)

    The only thing I managed to do was to use it as an Ipod touch (without wifi and of course without phone functions...)
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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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    Can someone PLEASE tell the rest of us how you are able to CHOMD your files with Total Commander?

    Clearly several of you have solved this problem. How about sharing?

    Total Commander does NOT preserve permissions. I tested this. Therefore once the files are on the phone, then you need to CHMOD them.

    Someone suggested iPhone Browser. That program does NOT CHMOD.

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    Hmm, I do not qute understand what you are asking. I used Total Commander to create a file under usr/bin, then I used terminal on the iPhone for the rest.
    open terminal
    password "alpine"
    kill CommCenter
    The only time I used a chmod command in terminal was when I was denied permission for ienew, so I typed (in terminal on the iphone)
    chmod 777 ienew
    ./ienew

    Tell me if that helps.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hissta1 View Post
    Hmm, I do not qute understand what you are asking. I used Total Commander to create a file under usr/bin, then I used terminal on the iPhone for the rest.
    open terminal
    password "alpine"
    kill CommCenter
    The only time I used a chmod command in terminal was when I was denied permission for ienew, so I typed (in terminal on the iphone)
    chmod 777 ienew
    ./ienew

    Tell me if that helps.
    I can't open the Terminal because it's not set executable. So I'm stuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izzard View Post
    As I understand it there are two "levels" of restore mode. If you're in the more "deep" restore mode then you cannot boot the phone in normal mode - it's like DFU mode but showing the restore mode symbol. So you must restore it again. Only when it is truly in the reversible "light" restore mode can you kick it back into normal mode with any of the tools mentioned. In short - try restoring again.
    I restored to 1.1.4 again and was able to boot my iphone to normal mode and jailbrake & activate (w00t!) using iLiberty+ (WinXP). I then used iBrickr to install the BSD and terminal and all the files from Tool46.zip. However, when I launched terminal and entered the password, it gave me the error "Login Invalid". I used the password alpine and dottie for the users root and mobile, but I still cannot log in the terminal. Any ideas from anyone?

    [UPDATE] : I was able to bypass the error "Login Invalid" by installing the BSD 2.0 and terminal app from the iPlus2.0 package. After that, I was able to perform all the step (1 to 6) successfully. I am now just doing the restore. Hopefully, I won't run into any 1002, 1011, 1012 or 1013 error. Keeping my fingers crossed.

    Izzard, when you tried to restore back 1.1.4 (after step 6), how long did it take? Mine is still in "Restoring iPhone firmware" message in itunes. Its almost an hour. Is this normal?
    Last edited by JayC3; 03-29-2008 at 03:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayC3 View Post
    I restored to 1.1.4 again and was able to boot my iphone to normal mode and jailbrake & activate (w00t!) using iLiberty+ (WinXP). I then used iBrickr to install the BSD and terminal and all the files from Tool46.zip. However, when I launched terminal and entered the password, it gave me the error "Login Invalid". I used the password alpine and dottie for the users root and mobile, but I still cannot log in the terminal. Any ideas from anyone?

    [UPDATE] : I was able to bypass the error "Login Invalid" by installing the BSD 2.0 and terminal app from the iPlus2.0 package. After that, I was able to perform all the step (1 to 6) successfully. I am now just doing the restore. Hopefully, I won't run into any 1002, 1011, 1012 or 1013 error. Keeping my fingers crossed.

    Izzard, when you tried to restore back 1.1.4 (after step 6), how long did it take? Mine is still in "Restoring iPhone firmware" message in itunes. Its almost an hour. Is this normal?
    how did you installed BSD and terminal via ibrickr? i have try and it looks like it's downloading but it's not.

    what version of ibrickr are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsalva View Post
    how did you installed BSD and terminal via ibrickr? i have try and it looks like it's downloading but it's not.

    what version of ibrickr are you using?
    I used version 0.91 of ibrickr. I used iLiberty+ to get the BSD and terminal in. You have to find the correct BSD 2.0(use google to find it) and terminal (from the original iPlus2.0). I did the procedure but its still the same..

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayC3 View Post
    I used version 0.91 of ibrickr. I used iLiberty+ to get the BSD and terminal in. You have to find the correct BSD 2.0(use google to find it) and terminal (from the original iPlus2.0). I did the procedure but its still the same..
    you mean you used iliberty to install BSD and term? or you used the files on the iliberty folder to install BSD and term using ibrickr?


 

 

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