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    Default [Bootloader] Why are 3.9 & 4.6 both ENDING in M3S2 ?

    I have pwned a iphone for some one but when i change the Bootloader it all wise ends in M3S2. Am not sure if this is not letting me make any calls. The Phone is showing a singal but drops the calls and the screen says call failed !

    Some one help me out. I have tryed a lot of this.
    8G iphone in Liverpool UK
    Unlocked with iNdependence 1.3 beta
    Call In/Out - Yes/Yes
    SMS In/Out - Yes/Yes
    EDGE - Yes - T-Mobile with Web & walk GPRS
    YouTube - Yes
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    M32 is the standard bootloader, the only two outputs are M32 and FB, FB being the altered fakeblank versions. You have official bootloaders so they aren't the cause of your problems.

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    What can it be then ? Why is the phone just droping calls
    8G iphone in Liverpool UK
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    Call In/Out - Yes/Yes
    SMS In/Out - Yes/Yes
    EDGE - Yes - T-Mobile with Web & walk GPRS
    YouTube - Yes
    iTunes 7.4.2 - Firmware 1.1.1
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    If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Restore to stock firmware, then start the pwning process all over again.
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    If you ever need any help, check out this thread, or PM me

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    What is the soure i add to installer to check my bootloader? Since i restored using pwnage my sources have been "restored", so am unable to check it
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    Use bbupdater -v or BootNeuter.app to find out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by romenator View Post
    What is the soure i add to installer to check my bootloader? Since i restored using pwnage my sources have been "restored", so am unable to check it
    You need to add http://www.trejan.com/irepo as a source...
    Then you'lll find baseband info (bbifo) under Utilities...

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    Did u install patched AppSupport for the firmware???
    Coz that sounds exactly what your problem is...

    Edit:
    Actually I've just noticed u live in the UK, but you might try that anyways, it wouldn't hurt...

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    But why does it show a signal bar full and drops calls.
    8G iphone in Liverpool UK
    Unlocked with iNdependence 1.3 beta
    Call In/Out - Yes/Yes
    SMS In/Out - Yes/Yes
    EDGE - Yes - T-Mobile with Web & walk GPRS
    YouTube - Yes
    iTunes 7.4.2 - Firmware 1.1.1
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    yeah this happened to me once, i just reflashed the baseband and also try removing your sim and putting it in again. also, you could try dialing a number like "0" and then seeing if it works. Also, try going into Settings -> General -> Reset and "Reset Network Settings"


 

 

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