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Okay here is a quick guide to what I did to "unbrick" my iPhone
Follow this guide to downgrade your iPhone firmware back to 1.0.2 (but still having BB firmware at 4.01)
After you have finished that guide, you should be looking at your Springboard.
1 - Connect your iPhone to iBrickr
2 - Go to applications and follow the instructions (it should ask you to restart phone twice)
3 - After you finished that, browse the applications and install - BSD SubSystem, openSSH, Mobile Terminal, and anySIM 1.0.2
(I did it in that order, I don't know if it matters though)
1 - After that, download the files that Poetic_folly provided here
2 - Extract the files and rename secpack.bin to just secpack
3 - Download bbupdater from here
4 - Now upload the following files to /usr/bin. (ieraser, secpack, ICE03.14.08_G.eep and ICE03.14.08_G.fls, bbupdater)
0 - Tap the Terminal icon and type the following commands
1 - launchctl remove com.apple.CommCenter
2 - cd /usr/bin
3 - chmod -x bbupdater
4 - ./bbupdater -v (the v stands for versions I guess. This will show you which BB version you have)
5 - chmod -x ieraser
6 - ./ieraser (Wait for it to finish)
7 - ./bbupdater -f *.fls -e *.eep (Wait for it to finish)
8 - ./bbupdater -v (Now check if you have BB version 3.14. If not then something did no go right. Try again)
9 - Tap the anySIM icon let it do its thing (Make sure the auto lock thing is set to never)
-Restart your phone and you should not get the "Incorrect SIM" error
-You should also have the correct BB version now
I wrote this from memory, I hope its accurate and for the record, I don't know much about the unlock process or what its doing. I just followed the instructions from the first post
All credit goes to the people who made this possible!
Good Luck Guys!!
Last edited by Mirza513; 10-12-2007 at 08:16 PM.
not really important but you might want to copy lockdwnd file to usr/libexec after ibrickr
what does it do? I didnt have to when i did mine. Then I dont know, maybe it was there already...
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