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I finally managed to open up my 1.1.2 OTB (used a credit card ...
Stuck after succesful iunew
I finally managed to open up my 1.1.2 OTB (used a credit card to remove th metal part, no scratches, iphone lke new) and went though the whole HW unlock process described most everywhere now. Every step was permormed directly from the vt100 terminal on th iphone (didn't use SSH). After the NOR file is donloaded, it ends up by asking you to run bbupdater -v and pray!. As pointed out by Geohot this command will not work so I followed the instructions and restored my 1.1.2 but when it finished I was back with the 4.02.13G bootloader just as it came OTB. This has happened to me five times in a row in the last 24 hours. It would still load the new bootloader no matter what I did. I tried restore 1.1.2 from itunes (option-restore) and select previously downloaded1.1.2 from my desktop. Then I tried option-update the same file and still no luck. Then I read maybe the nor file was the old one so I downloaded another copy. I have the one that installs from bootloader downgrade package and another downloaded from Geohot' blog and yet another from iphone-hackers.org. Also tried to option-rstore 1.1.1 but it gave me a 1011 error.
So now I'm stuck and don't know where to go from here. From what I've read getting th iunew to work and download the nor to flash the3.9 bootloader is the most difficult part, but I don't seem to find a way to go on. PLease HELP!
Bootloader is not the same as Baseband.
You are trying to downgrade the Bootloader
But the 4.02.13G you mentioned is Baseband.
You will need to complete jailbreak your phone and use BBUPDATER to check your bootloader version. If you are at 3.9 then you are good to go. Just downgrade you baseband which there is tons of info on the sticky.
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