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    Question iTunes 8.0.1 Strange "your iPhone is damaged..." and... No Signal !!

    Hello friends,


    Have a lil problem... This was a 2.1G updated iPhone3G, locked to movistar... Well, it have a buggy SW so I started DFU mode to downgrade it bcoz i didnt have 2.1 SW... first problem, iTunes shows me a strange "your iPhone is damaged... Please contact www.app..." but was detected. So I DFU it, downgraded to 2.0.2 bcoz i didnt have 2.1 SW, all process run smooth and "fine"

    I power up iPhone... Here's the deal: No Signal. Just one lil bar, but no signal. After a couple of secs, iPhone just say "No Service"

    I restored it to "original" FW (not jailbroken)... But my efforts was in vain, bcoz still No Service... damn, my 1st iPhone damaged.

    What can I do?? Try to install old iTunes version? Try with 2.0 Firmware? Pleeaseee, need some help !



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    Just want to reply that I possible got some of the same problems...
    I did some restore with itunes and quickpwn 2-3-4 times and the it got back.

    SOme tips: use iTunes 7.7 instead of 8.x. iTunes works hard to awoid hacking.. and do whatever they can to stop it.

    Eddie

 

 

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