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    Default [ZiPhoned] Can it be restored to Factory State ?

    A step by step solutions or method please.

    With thanks in advance.



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    pretty sure u just use bootneuter and set it to ur original boot loader, and turn off the unlock and fake blank if u have it on, then dfu and restore to 1.1.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beatx View Post
    A step by step solutions or method please.

    With thanks in advance.
    First Download iLiberty+
    Restore to 1.1.4
    Erase Baseband with iLiberty+
    Again Restore to 1.1.4
    You are in Factory State.

    Second Restore takes a bit long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saralsth View Post
    First Download iLiberty+
    Restore to 1.1.4
    Erase Baseband with iLiberty+
    Again Restore to 1.1.4
    You are in Factory State.

    Second Restore takes a bit long.
    if you downgraded your bootloader you will need bootneuter to update it back to 4.6

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    Quote Originally Posted by saralsth View Post
    First Download iLiberty+
    Restore to 1.1.4
    Erase Baseband with iLiberty+
    Again Restore to 1.1.4
    You are in Factory State.

    Second Restore takes a bit long.
    I am basically in the same situation except I used iPlus2.0B to unlock. I want to go back to factory fresh. If I just restore with 1.14 and then select erase baseband with iliberty+ it will erase by baseband, then when I restore with 1.1.4 I will be back to a factory state?? Is this correct? My phone was originally 3.9 bootloader.


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    Quote Originally Posted by saralsth View Post
    First Download iLiberty+
    Restore to 1.1.4
    Erase Baseband with iLiberty+
    Again Restore to 1.1.4
    You are in Factory State.

    Second Restore takes a bit long.
    How can I erase the baseband with iLiberty+? I dunno where to click.

    I hope someone will make a one-click solution to reset everything to factory state including bootloader options...
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    it's in the advanced options for ziphone 3.0.
    And from all my searching and PMs with people, it seems that this is the correct method to get it back to factory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuraiPhone View Post
    How can I erase the baseband with iLiberty+? I dunno where to click.

    I hope someone will make a one-click solution to reset everything to factory state including bootloader options...
    One-Clicks are no fun. To erase baseband in iLiberty+ u need to download (within iLiberty+) a package called erase baseband (only works for BL3.9)

    Use iLiberty+ to activate and Jailbreak and use bootnueter to upgrade bootloader and unlock.

    Bootneuter is within installer. Also, u need to download installer from iLiberty+

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    Quote Originally Posted by happysmp View Post
    it's in the advanced options for ziphone 3.0.
    And from all my searching and PMs with people, it seems that this is the correct method to get it back to factory.
    Anyone messing around with ziphone at this point is asking for trouble. DON'T USE IT

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    I wish to suggest something to few advisers here:
    - It is just common sense to NOT, repeat to NOT advise others on things that you did not try nor know 100% about iPhone!!! Does the problem is applicable 100% with what your iPhone had? If yes, SHARE your experience with what you did and fixed it, but DO NOT tell others what should do!!!!!!!!

    This is how my iPhone got screwed in the first place, based on some that believe themselves as some frickin' "guru's": Use ZiPhone, use ZiPhone and it will all be fixed! What a screw-up this guys Zibri! I believe that with his software he created a damage valued of possible millions... and go figure, he is still asking for donations! He should ask for a bullet!

    From what I've read, one guy let his iPhone drain its power completely and then it was successfully restored, but many did not have same experience. (this is in reference with ziphoned hardware).
    I was in the same situation and read that by replacing the com board it will fix the problem, so I bought one ($200) replaced it and the iPhone could be restored and then unlocked.
    This is the most expensive and difficult method, I have posted details about it in the hardware section.

    Other than replacing a piece of hardware, apparently there is no solid fix through the software. However, in my opinion, sooner or later a s/w fix will be available... In fact, the problem is only software.

    Perhaps this ZiPhone and its retarded Zibri are AT&T or Orange or the legal iPhone carrier guy, or paid by them just screw others.
    Last edited by DigitALL; 04-25-2008 at 02:29 AM. Reason: edited for red text, in case other will miss it...


 

 
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