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Discuss [WARNING!] ZIPhone 2.1 bricks Iphone if Zibris Icon Deleted; use 2.2 instead at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; TheSacredSoul OK 1. Restore to 1.1.3 OK 2. Run ZiPhone -a-j-u on Ziphone 2.2 !!! ...
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    OK 1. Restore to 1.1.3
    OK 2. Run ZiPhone -a-j-u on Ziphone 2.2

    !!! SYNC to iTunes !!!

    OK 4. Run the chown command
    OK 5. Delete Zibree icon on Springboard
    OK 6. Use iTunes to restore backed up files

    Right? Btw, can we use the ZiPhone from Zibree's blog or do we have to use your version of ZiPhone?

    its the same version. i just put it because i tested it and this copy is good to be used.

    I use ziphone -j -a only. I let the -u option for later.


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    Quote Originally Posted by L38Crow View Post
    Ok.. I'm giving a shot to crackn version .... now!

    And I can confirm IT'S NOT WORKING!!!
    1. DFU-Restored to 1.1.3
    2. crackn ZiPhone 2.2 -a -j
    3. Deleted Zibris icon
    4. Reboot.
    5. Apple logo and waiting sign.... Game over.

    Just use ZI2.0 with -v option. Works everytime. Why break your head with 2.2 -- there's no extra functionality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L38Crow View Post
    Ok.. I'm giving a shot to crackn version .... now!

    And I can confirm IT'S NOT WORKING!!!
    1. DFU-Restored to 1.1.3
    2. crackn ZiPhone 2.2 -a -j
    3. Deleted Zibris icon
    4. Reboot.
    5. Apple logo and waiting sign.... Game over.

    1. restore to 1.1.3 with DFU (10 secs both buttons, release sleep button and 10 seconds more holding home button)

    2. restore again to 1.1.3 but this time with recovery mode (hold both buttons till cable screen appears)

    3. run ziphone.exe -j -a


    btw, whats your phone version (BL) ?


    cRACKn

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    drb - That's what I did b4. Even suggesting it to others... But It's strange that in v.2.0 I have no signal...

    I'll stick to v.2.2 + CHOWN

    crackn -I have BL3.9 on 3 IPhones.

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    Zibri is such a bad ass, fuck! Wasted me 2 hours of valueable time! Naive!


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    I really dont know whats happening with your phone, i did test it extensively with 2 new phones (direct from the box) and 2 BL 3.9 upgraded ones.

    you can use the 2.0 with -v option with no prob.

    the loss of signal is another issue you are having that has nothing to do with ZiPhone 2.0


    try to recovery 1.1.3, use ziphone 2.0 with -j -a -v , and use anysim 1.3 to unlock.

    cheers,


    cRACKn

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    Quote Originally Posted by manual View Post
    How to delete the zibri icon after using 2.2 ?? sorry if it is a stupid question !!
    No replies to my basic question of "how to delete the icon from the springboard ?"

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    manual - Just tap and hold it til it's starts to wiggle... Then touch X sign.

    crackn - Thankx for trying to help. I'll just stick with your version of ZiPhone + chown mobile:wheel WebClips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackn View Post
    TheSacredSoul

    OK 1. Restore to 1.1.3
    OK 2. Run ZiPhone -a-j-u on Ziphone 2.2

    !!! SYNC to iTunes !!!

    OK 4. Run the chown command
    OK 5. Delete Zibree icon on Springboard
    OK 6. Use iTunes to restore backed up files

    Right? Btw, can we use the ZiPhone from Zibree's blog or do we have to use your version of ZiPhone?

    its the same version. i just put it because i tested it and this copy is good to be used.

    I use ziphone -j -a only. I let the -u option for later.
    So you sync to iTunes 2 times? One after ZiPhone and another when you delet the Zibree icon?

    Btw, can I get a link for Ziphone 2.0? Please upload it on m3diafire. Thanks!!

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    sorry for stupid Q. I want to use Ziphone 2.1 but how do you navigate to chown mobile:wheel WebClips in iphone?


 

 

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