Discuss testpoint "did you erase the flash first?" at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; I got an iphone with the 1011 error after bootneuter interruption. After I have read ...
testpoint "did you erase the flash first?"
I got an iphone with the 1011 error after bootneuter interruption. After I have read every sites, forums and have been doing all the methods out there, I decided to do the testpoint A17 method. Everything went smooth, I got through the testpoint with the iunew. I used bbupdater -v and it said I dont have any baseband. Then I used bbupdater -f............... with the 1.1.4 secpacks on my current firmware which is 1.1.4. But it kept resetting... After that... I couldn't even use bbupdater -v anymore, it just said that it was unresponsive to the pinging... Then I thought it must be because I didn't use the right secpack like the guide NewWayAround descriped(because his link for the files didn't exist anymore) Therefore I thought I could do the testpoint with iunew again, but I cant even do that anymore -.- now it says "did you erase the flash first?" I cant get past this, somebody know how I can do this? I know it's possible to get past this if you run ienew, but ienew gets stuck at "waiting for data" so that is not an option. But I was able to do this testpoint method even though it was stuck earlier too... so... how come?
Very much appreciate any help for this.
I'm sorry to say that if you have the message "did you erase the flash first" doing A17 after ienew's "waiting for data" result, the bootrom and baseband are in a tight loop, and it's not posibble at the moment to overcome this through software methods.
The only way A17 trick could pass is when you have an empty baseband.
So you have two possibilities:
1. Reprogramming the intel flash IC outside the commboard
2. Replacing the commboard.
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