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Discuss [Solution] Repair needed, or 1012 - 1011 iTunes error at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Wow !!!. MickieF - What's the idea behind the refrigerator? Can you elaborate on that? ...
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    Wow !!!.
    MickieF - What's the idea behind the refrigerator? Can you elaborate on that? BTW, is it refrigerator or freezer ?. - thanks


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    It's a freezer And the idea is that because the iphone is in the freezer the battery is drained from power and makes the iphone weak s it is the way to get the bootloader right.

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    Ok - Thanks. Let me describe what you did again. Can you confirm.

    - Put iphone in freezer for 24 hours (is the phone on or off here ??)
    - take it out a leave for 4 days (is the phone on or off here ??)

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    It is off You can turn it on but falls out because the battery is totally empty Just leave it for 4 days or longer and than do the restore to 2.0 and that gives a software bang (but still error 1011) to the iphone after that just restore to 111 and get the error 1015.
    I did this with 3 iPhones and they all came out well.
    You can put the iphone on but also off in the freezer. It will empty the battery no matter what.
    Last edited by MickieF; 06-01-2008 at 01:17 AM.

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    hmmm i question the logic for this fix...

    So a totally drained battery will fix it?

    "and makes the iphone weak s it is the way to get the bootloader right."

    if that is correct, wouldn't just disconnecting the battery and connecting it again do the same?


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    MickieF said he fixed 3 phones like this so you may want to try it GTime.
    Disconnecting & reconnecting does not mean the battery is completely discharged. I'm kind of confused by the post too. By putting the phone into the freezer will discharge the phone ?. So if you have a fully charged phone. What are the step to discharge it then?.
    - leave it on until it shuts by itself then put in freezer for 24 hours. Let it sit around for 4 days then try to fix it.?

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    That is what I did After several "solutions" fixes written here on the hackintosh. But what is the use of erasing a baseband if there is no baseband and the bootloader is screwed up. Like I said I tried to restore the iPhone in xcode and than gives the error about the bootloader is to old so I could not get the baseband flashed. I tried gbootloader from geohot to get a fakeblank bootloader on the iPhone but the only output I got was attempt attempt attempt. So I just tried the freezer solution. Because freezers dicharge batteries totally. After 24 hours I got it out of there and left the iPhones for 4 days. After that I just updated to 2.0 and downgraded to 111 resulting in the 1015 error wich is a save error. And everything worked well after that.
    So you might give it a try.

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    While I'm not saying this is fake (I have yet to try it), I think there's something else going on when you put the phone in the freezer for 24 hours (if this method actually does work) because fridges and freezers are known to slow the discharge rate of batteries.
    The iPhone has a Lithium Ion Polymer battery which doesn't like cold temperatures too much, but it still doesn't cause it completely lose all its charge.

    I've got a phone with this problem and I just might try this just to see for myself if it works or not.

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    Well if you read the specs of the iPhone you should know that it can stand minus 20 - 45 degrees (but is non operatable in this temparture). So it wont hurt you battery. And did this on 3 iphones and worked well. So try it what harm can it do your iphone is allready a brick (no offense).
    Last edited by MickieF; 06-01-2008 at 08:33 PM.

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    Well I think the point is draining the battery.I have two phones sleeping happly in my drawer like 2 months.But I will try the method ,nothing to lose.
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