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    I bought a used iphone3g which was on o2 (payg)kinda sucked as I was on vodafone UK, was a big noob and went on reading about jailbreaking which would enable me to use all carriers. Thought brilliant and as I was new to the iphone I rushed and installed Blackra1n (never knew what firmware i was originally using). It worked and has worked for a few months. Whilst in a lecture I turned it off and it crashed while turning it off, I left it hoping it would go off but it stayed on so I pressed menu and power which shut it off. I restored it to 3.1 and it would rejailbreak. I have since restored all the way to iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore
    Then used quickpwn 2.2 to rejailbreak it as someone advised me it might be bricked and quickpwn would be the best option. It installed like all the others but like all the others I get a working iphone but no carrier list or options in settings, it cannot find my simcard, top left I will either get a small signal or NO SERVICE. I really need help here. The phone was 2nd hand when I bought it,so warrenty wont help. There are no stores near me that fix apple devices. All help will be appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by britishgoose01 View Post
    I bought a used iphone3g which was on o2 (payg)kinda sucked as I was on vodafone UK, was a big noob and went on reading about jailbreaking which would enable me to use all carriers. Thought brilliant and as I was new to the iphone I rushed and installed Blackra1n (never knew what firmware i was originally using). It worked and has worked for a few months. Whilst in a lecture I turned it off and it crashed while turning it off, I left it hoping it would go off but it stayed on so I pressed menu and power which shut it off. I restored it to 3.1 and it would rejailbreak. I have since restored all the way to iPhone1,2_2.0.1_5B108_Restore
    Then used quickpwn 2.2 to rejailbreak it as someone advised me it might be bricked and quickpwn would be the best option. It installed like all the others but like all the others I get a working iphone but no carrier list or options in settings, it cannot find my simcard, top left I will either get a small signal or NO SERVICE. I really need help here.
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