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    Default Problem restoring from saved SHSH

    Have the same issue with stucking in DFU mode. Update log little bit differs from Lobo87's.

    iPhone 3gs, FW 3.1, old bootrom. (jb'ed and unlocked by geohot hackware)
    Win XP SP2, latest iTunes 9.0.3

    Code:
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.069 iTunes.exe[3832:134]: restore library built Aug 24 2009 11:22:55
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.069 iTunes.exe[3832:134]: iTunes: iTunes 9.0.3.15
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.069 iTunes.exe[3832:134]: iTunes: Software payload version: 7D11 (option key)
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.132 iTunes.exe[3832:634]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.132 iTunes.exe[3832:634]: AMRAuthInstallAttemptSimpleHttpRequest: attempting to connect to http://gs.apple.com:80/
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:634]: _AMRAuthInstallIsHttpServerResponsive: server reponse status code: 200. status text: OK
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 44 progress -1
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: phoning home to gs.apple.com:80
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: ApECID
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: ApChipID
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: ApBoardID
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: ApProductionMode
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: ApSecurityDomain
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: UniqueBuildID
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: @Locality
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: iBSS
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: iBEC
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.787 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: received tss response
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.802 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: production fused device
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.802 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.802 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::OpenDFUDevice: path: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#ae5fa1dc
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.802 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::OpenDeviceByPath: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#ae5fa1dc
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.818 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 2
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.834 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 4
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.849 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 6
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.865 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 8
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.880 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 10
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.896 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 12
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.912 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 14
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.927 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 16
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.943 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 18
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.958 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 20
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.974 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 22
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.990 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 24
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.005 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 26
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.021 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 28
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.037 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 30
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.052 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 32
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.068 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 34
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.083 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 36
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.099 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 38
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.115 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 40
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.130 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 42
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.146 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 44
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.162 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 46
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.177 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 48
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.193 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 50
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.208 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 52
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.224 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 54
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.240 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 56
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.255 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 58
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.271 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 60
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.286 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 63
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.302 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 65
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.318 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 67
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.333 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 69
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.349 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 71
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.365 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 73
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.380 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 75
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.396 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 77
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.411 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 79
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.427 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 81
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.443 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 83
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.458 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 85
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.474 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 87
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.489 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 89
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.505 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 91
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.521 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 93
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.536 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 95
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.552 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 97
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.568 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 99
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.568 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::UploadData: EOF, cbRead: 425
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 100
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::UploadData: ZLP
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 6
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST_SYNC
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 7
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST, PollTimeout: 3000
    2010-03-11 11:19:19.582 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 8
    2010-03-11 11:19:19.582 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST_WAIT_RESET
    2010-03-11 11:19:19.582 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::ResetDevice: resetting...
    2010-03-11 11:19:19.988 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: success
    2010-03-11 11:19:20.050 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: DFU succeeded
    2010-03-11 11:21:45.534 iTunes.exe[3832:134]: iTunes: Restore error 1601
    I've tried to do update to FW 3.1.2 over Saurik's server with SHSH, but unsuccessful.

    P.S. Yesterday I updated few apps over iTunes (download updates) feature.

    P.P.S. Update log against official gs.apple.com
    Last edited by Daematen; 03-11-2010 at 11:56 AM. Reason: Pastebin for updatelog against official GS.APPLE.COM added



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    Quote Originally Posted by Daematen View Post
    Have the same issue with stucking in DFU mode. Update log little bit differs from Lobo87's.

    iPhone 3gs, FW 3.1, old bootrom. (jb'ed and unlocked by geohot hackware)
    Win XP SP2, latest iTunes 9.0.3

    Code:
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.069 iTunes.exe[3832:134]: restore library built Aug 24 2009 11:22:55
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.069 iTunes.exe[3832:134]: iTunes: iTunes 9.0.3.15
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.069 iTunes.exe[3832:134]: iTunes: Software payload version: 7D11 (option key)
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.132 iTunes.exe[3832:634]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.132 iTunes.exe[3832:634]: AMRAuthInstallAttemptSimpleHttpRequest: attempting to connect to http://gs.apple.com:80/
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:634]: _AMRAuthInstallIsHttpServerResponsive: server reponse status code: 200. status text: OK
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 44 progress -1
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: phoning home to gs.apple.com:80
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: ApECID
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: ApChipID
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: ApBoardID
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: ApProductionMode
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: ApSecurityDomain
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: UniqueBuildID
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: @Locality
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: iBSS
    2010-03-11 11:19:13.616 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: tss_add_entry: iBEC
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.787 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: received tss response
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.802 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: production fused device
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.802 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.802 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::OpenDFUDevice: path: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#ae5fa1dc
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.802 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::OpenDeviceByPath: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#ae5fa1dc
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.818 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 2
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.834 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 4
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.849 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 6
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.865 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 8
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.880 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 10
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.896 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 12
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.912 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 14
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.927 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 16
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.943 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 18
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.958 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 20
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.974 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 22
    2010-03-11 11:19:15.990 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 24
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.005 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 26
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.021 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 28
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.037 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 30
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.052 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 32
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.068 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 34
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.083 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 36
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.099 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 38
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.115 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 40
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.130 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 42
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.146 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 44
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.162 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 46
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.177 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 48
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.193 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 50
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.208 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 52
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.224 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 54
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.240 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 56
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.255 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 58
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.271 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 60
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.286 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 63
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.302 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 65
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.318 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 67
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.333 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 69
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.349 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 71
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.365 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 73
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.380 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 75
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.396 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 77
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.411 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 79
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.427 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 81
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.443 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 83
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.458 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 85
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.474 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 87
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.489 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 89
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.505 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 91
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.521 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 93
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.536 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 95
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.552 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 97
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.568 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 99
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.568 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::UploadData: EOF, cbRead: 425
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: operation 0 progress 100
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::UploadData: ZLP
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 6
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST_SYNC
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 7
    2010-03-11 11:19:16.583 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST, PollTimeout: 3000
    2010-03-11 11:19:19.582 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 8
    2010-03-11 11:19:19.582 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST_WAIT_RESET
    2010-03-11 11:19:19.582 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::ResetDevice: resetting...
    2010-03-11 11:19:19.988 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: success
    2010-03-11 11:19:20.050 iTunes.exe[3832:bfc]: <DFU Device 038B9F98>: DFU succeeded
    2010-03-11 11:21:45.534 iTunes.exe[3832:134]: iTunes: Restore error 1601
    I've tried to do update to FW 3.1.2 over Saurik's server with SHSH, but unsuccessful.

    P.S. Yesterday I updated few apps over iTunes (download updates) feature.
    You do not have the same problem as the other poster. This is why I have moved your problem to a new thread.

    Please don't paste the logs directly into this forum, use pastebin. Your log was somewhat short (because it failed pretty quickly) but it is generally preferred that you use pastebin.

    Are you 100% sure you have a 3.1.2 SHSH backed up via Saurik's server/Cydia? Have you verified this with firmware umbrella?

    What address do you have entered for saurik's server in your hosts file.

    Your problem is that you are not getting a complete/valid SHSH from whatever server you are querying. Either you have not configured your hosts file correctly or saurik's server is sending the wrong thing or saurik's server does not have a SHSH for 3.1.2 for your device.

    Lets hope it is not the last of these options.

    Also.. as you have old bootrom and you are currently jailbroken, you can use pwnagetool custom firmware (via recovery mode) to reload OS 3.1.2 (as long as you have not restored to Apple's 3.1.3)
    Please read the stickies & search forum before posting!
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    Hi, Olethros
    I've tried to use both Saurik's hosts:
    74.208.10.249 gs.apple.com
    74.208.105.171 gs.apple.com

    Yes, I have SHSH files for 3.1.2 and 3.1.3 on Cydia server. Even I used TinyTSS and it works for sending responses to iTunes.

    Quote:
    you can use pwnagetool custom firmware (via recovery mode) to reload OS 3.1.2 (as long as you have not restored to Apple's 3.1.3)
    The problem is my iPhone "freezed" in dfu mode, so I can't use recovery mode (home+power doesn't work for me)

    Here's the video (swf) of what i'm doing (sorry for 11Mbs). You can click "Play Fullscreen in Browser" or download to watch it.
    Here's a log

    Hope you can help me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daematen View Post
    Hi, Olethros
    I've tried to use both Saurik's hosts:
    74.208.10.249 gs.apple.com
    74.208.105.171 gs.apple.com

    Yes, I have SHSH files for 3.1.2 and 3.1.3 on Cydia server. Even I used TinyTSS and it works for sending responses to iTunes.

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    you can use pwnagetool custom firmware (via recovery mode) to reload OS 3.1.2 (as long as you have not restored to Apple's 3.1.3)
    The problem is my iPhone "freezed" in dfu mode, so I can't use recovery mode (home+power doesn't work for me)

    Here's the video (swf) of what i'm doing (sorry for 11Mbs). You can click "Play Fullscreen in Browser" or download to watch it.
    Here's a log

    Hope you can help me.
    74.208.10.249 gs.apple.com is the current address for Saurik's cache, the other is an older address I believe.

    Tiny tss requires that you change this to 127.0.0.1 gs.apple.com (the local machine).

    This Hack that Phone - iPhone 3G S: Restoring "forbidden" firmware is an excellent guide for using firmware umbrella.

    Have you tried the basics, different cable, usb port, with or without usb hub, different computer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olethros View Post
    74.208.10.249 gs.apple.com is the current address for Saurik's cache, the other is an older address I believe.

    Tiny tss requires that you change this to 127.0.0.1 gs.apple.com (the local machine).

    This Hack that Phone - iPhone 3G S: Restoring "forbidden" firmware is an excellent guide for using firmware umbrella.

    Have you tried the basics, different cable, usb port, with or without usb hub, different computer?
    I tried to use other version of iTunes (9.0.1) and other USB port.

    I'll let you know results after trying on another PC with using a different cable!


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    I have an update for my case:
    I've just tried to do update on PC with Windows 7 and iTunes 9.0.3 installed (cable was the same). Unfortunately, I still get the "iTunes: Restore error 1601", but the log become longer Don't know how this fact can help us, but that is. Here's link to new log.

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    Olethros, thank you!
    I completely resolved issue and turned it ON! Don't sure where the problem was, but I think that "shaking" and "tapping" definitely helped me to bring my iPhone to life! *Yahoo*
    I only want to say: "Magic!"

    P.S. "Designed by Apple in California Assembled in China" sounds awful.

    Update: I still have firmware 3.1(7C144). The only thing I did is "make it ra1n", then looked deep into eyes of geohot and vuala! =)

    Sad Update: My phone turned off self again and story repeats...
    Last edited by Daematen; 03-11-2010 at 05:23 PM. Reason: update

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    Hi! I'm on the same page again - dfu mode and sometimes recovery mode.
    In recovery mode I was able to run iRecovery and I was embarrassed by results:
    Code:
    Entering recovery mode, starting command prompt
    Attempting to validate kernelcache @ 0x41000000
    Kernelcache image not valid
    error loading kernelcache
    limiting USB input curent to 100 mA
    So it seems that my kernelcache (I don't know what it actually means, but it's supposed to be a cache of the kernel ) is broken/invalid.
    Can anyone help me with restoring my iPhone?

    P.S. Sorry for my baaaaaad English I hope that you are able to understand me...


    P.P.S. Moderators please move my topic to 3G[S] forums. Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by Daematen; 03-12-2010 at 10:29 AM. Reason: for moder-s

 

 

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