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    Default how to off the recovery mode

    Hi guys, looking for some help...
    i have upgrade my iphone 3g thru itune but in the end it give me error msg. (before this i have jailbreak and unlock my iphone using pwnage to firmware 3.0). and now i'm facing a new problem, when i'm on the iphone it tell me to connect to itune.. when i connect to itune, some message pop-up that tell me my iphone in the recovery mode.then, ask me to install driver from cd. when i try to shut my iphone using button. the slide didn't come out instead the screen just go blank..

    anyway, please help me



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    Default Re: how to off the recovery mode

    When did you upgrade the iPhone via iTunes? Since Wednesday?

    If so you have likely upgraded to a version that can't be unlocked.

    You can most likely get your iPhone to boot via iRecovery or jailbreaking again via redsn0w 0.9.2 but your unlock is likely permanantly lost.

    Post more details. ITunes version. iTunes restore log (via pastebin) and we can be sure.

    Don't try restoring it again.
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    itune version - 9.0.3.15
    permanent?? meaning...

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    Default Re: how to off the recovery mode

    Quote Originally Posted by beginner
    itune version - 9.0.3.15
    permanent?? meaning...
    The iTunes version is not so important. What is important is to avoid upgrading to iPhone OS 3.1.3

    ~/Library/Logs/iPhone Updater Logs/ on mac
    %Appdata%\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPhone Updater Logs\ on windows

    open the most recent log file and copy/paste the contents into a new http://pastebin.com entry (they are too long/big to post in this thread) then reply here with a link to the pastebin log file.

    This will tell us what version of the iPhone OS you last restored or updated to. Then we can give you some better advice.
    Last edited by Olethros; 02-07-2010 at 12:21 PM. Reason: ask for log file
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