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    Default iTunes Error 3000 ( No Recovery Mode )

    I have an iphone 3gs 3.1.2 working fine but suddenly hanged.
    After restart it froze on apple logo

    I can't get it into recovery mode to restore.
    When I try DFU mode to restore the itunes gives error 3000.

    S.O.S

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatBoySlim View Post
    I have an iphone 3gs 3.1.2 working fine but suddenly hanged.
    After restart it froze on apple logo

    I can't get it into recovery mode to restore.
    When I try DFU mode to restore the itunes gives error 3000.
    You either have a blacksn0w problem or maybe a problem where Rock screwed up your iPhone. I suspect it is the first issue as your description does not match with the symptoms of the second problem.

    Both can be fixed - but you need to be sure which problem you have first.

    If you don't want to troubleshoot you can try the: Last ditch solution (read the requirements first)
    Preventing baseband update as a last-ditch effort [iPhone Dev Team]

    As for DFU mode - seriously avoid it on the 3GS - there is no way to use jailbreak tools with the 3GS on DFU mode. DFU mode will only accept an original apple IPSW with a valid personalised SHSH for your iPhone.

    During the DFU restore, iTunes tries to connect to an Apple server to retrieve a SHSH for your iPhone and the IPSW you are trying to restore. If this is blocked (or you have no network access) you might get a 3000 error.

    Error 3000-3999: Error codes in the 3000 range generally mean that iTunes cannot contact the gs.apple.com server on ports 80 or 443. This may be because out-of-date or incorrectly configured security or firewall software is interfering, or due to your Internet proxy settings. If you are using a proxy, try without using one or with a known-good network.
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    How to report an iTunes restore/update fail in a useful manner
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    I already edited the IPSW using the Dev Team way.

    both of the restores give me the same error 3000
    1-itunes normal restore
    2- Shift + Dev Team edited IPSW

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatBoySlim View Post
    I already edited the IPSW using the Dev Team way.

    both of the restores give me the same error 3000
    1-itunes normal restore
    2- Shift + Dev Team edited IPSW
    Do you have a firewall? Have you changed your hosts file at all?

    Restore logs pls. There is a howto on posting restore logs that I wrote. Search for it.
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    2010-05-31 06:16:31.033 [4312:24ec]: restore library built Apr 13 2010 01:54:54
    2010-05-31 06:16:31.042 [4312:24ec]: iTunes: iTunes 9.1.1.12
    2010-05-31 06:16:31.042 [4312:24ec]: iTunes: Software payload version: 7E18 (option key)
    2010-05-31 06:16:31.129 [4312:203c]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
    2010-05-31 06:16:31.135 [4312:203c]: AMRAuthInstallAttemptSimpleHttpRequest: attempting to connect to http://gs.apple.com:80/
    2010-05-31 06:16:32.345 [4312:203c]: _AMRAuthInstallIsHttpServerResponsive: server reponse status code: 200. status text: OK
    2010-05-31 06:16:32.353 [4312:20a8]: <DFU Device 0227C818>: operation 44 progress -1
    2010-05-31 06:16:32.355 [4312:20a8]: _AMRestoreCreateCFDataWithContentsOfFile: CreateFileA failed: 2
    2010-05-31 06:16:32.355 [4312:20a8]: unable to create data from file: 17
    2010-05-31 06:16:32.426 [4312:24ec]: iTunes: Restore error 3000


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    You obviously did not search for that thread.. http://www.hackint0sh.org/f137/130802.htm It is prefferred that you use pastebin for log files, not pasted into the thread.

    Not such a big deal with such a short log.

    Check your firewall and security software (even that you don't have a limited rights account) - it is possible that it is your security software which is preventing iTunes from retrieving the SHSH and saving it locally for later use
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    Its not a firewall issue. I can ping the gs.apple.com without any problem. I also can restore other iphones normally.

    I think my iphone is bricked

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatBoySlim View Post
    Its not a firewall issue. I can ping the gs.apple.com without any problem. I also can restore other iphones normally.

    I think my iphone is bricked
    Are the other iPhones earlier models (3G, 2G)?
    I am still pretty sure it is a firewall - the only other factor is that your iPhone is not capable of reporting the ECID to your computer. Unlikely - easy to verify also - the ECID is reported when in DFU mode as part of the USB device string.

    Pinging a server has never been a reliable way to confirm if a firewall is blocking or changing the response from a particular server.
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    iPhone 4 32GB (4.2.1, Redsn0w JB-monte) oldest SHSH 4.1
    iPhone 3GS 32GB (4.3.3; Pwnagetool) factory unlocked oldest SHSH 3.1
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    I tried on another 3GS and it went OK


    Is there a tutorial for jtag

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatBoySlim View Post
    I tried on another 3GS and it went OK
    On the same machine?


    Quote Originally Posted by FatBoySlim View Post
    Is there a tutorial for jtag
    JTAG is not going to help - that is for baseband not for the Appl CPU - you are completely on the wrong track

    Verify that DFU mode shows your ECID - use that with The Firmware Umbrella to get your SHSH - then you can try a restore with Tiny TSS (part of the firmware umbrella) instead.
    Please read the stickies & search forum before posting!
    How to report an iTunes restore/update fail in a useful manner
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    iPad 3G 64GB (4.3.3, Redsn0w) oldest SHSH 3.2.2
    iPhone 4 32GB (4.2.1, Redsn0w JB-monte) oldest SHSH 4.1
    iPhone 3GS 32GB (4.3.3; Pwnagetool) factory unlocked oldest SHSH 3.1
    iPhone 8GB (3.1.3; Pwnagetool) AT&T Locked - Unlocked with bootneuter

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