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    Unhappy [BootNeuter] I forgot to set Auto-Lock to Never

    How should i do after i forgot to set Auto-Lock to Never
    It's stuck at "Slide to Unlock" screen I slide it and
    BootNeuters stuck at "Flashing Baseband...." for 10 mins.
    I crached them by Home button and run BootNeuters again

    3.9
    Neuter [ON]
    FakeBlank [ON]
    Unlock [ON]

    When it finished everything ok execpt Wi-Fi
    It's show NO Wi-Fi
    I've try to Restore 1.1.4 FW again but still no Wi-Fi,
    I choose this method to fix my Wi-Fi
    [swifi]
    http://wikee.iphwn.org/sgold_bootrom:fixwifi

    My Wi-Fi's back but Unstable...
    I can not Find/Connect to Wi-Fi Access Point
    Sometime's can connect but cannot surfing the Internet or else.
    Only get [IP Address] and [Subnet Mask].


    Then i try to Flash my BootLoader by BootNeuters to
    4.6
    Neuter [OFF]
    FakeBlank [OFF]
    Unlock [OFF]
    I got this message..


    And



    Any Ideas ?

    Sorry for my Eng Language's bad.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Arena View Post
    How should i do after i forgot to set Auto-Lock to Never
    It's stuck at "Slide to Unlock" screen I slide it and
    BootNeuters stuck at "Flashing Baseband...." for 10 mins.
    I crached them by Home button and run BootNeuters again
    please provide some history on your iPhone like OOTB and most importand: what did you try on the iPhone before using pwnage?

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    A little tip thats saved me a few times when I've forgot to set auto lock to never is during the install process every 30sec or so keep push the side volume button .

    Most recently I moved from 3.9bl to 4.6bl and had autolock set for 1min but pushing the volume save me
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    DFU Restore should let you reflash ur baseband
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    Quote Originally Posted by n350z View Post
    A little tip thats saved me a few times when I've forgot to set auto lock to never is during the install process every 30sec or so keep push the side volume button .

    Most recently I moved from 3.9bl to 4.6bl and had autolock set for 1min but pushing the volume save me
    you can also just keep tapping the screen none of the seetings change and if ur a lil scared like i was just tap where there is no button o options
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    What bootloader are you on? 3.9? 4.6? Are you successfully Neutered?

    The "Repair Needed" message often means that no baseband is present. I would do a bbupdater -v and tell us the output. It might just be a simple reflash of the baseband with bbupdater, then do all the bootneuter stuff again just to make sure nothing was half-finished during the process.

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    I have been reading and following everything on this site and i understand almost everything regarding unlocking the iphone so far. ive used the Pwnage Tool successfully but i am still confused about what BootNeuter actually does. If possible is there anyone on this site that might be able to post a thread explaining Bootneuter and how is works and what it really does? I think this would help a lot of people including myself.
    Just thought id ask

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    @ arena

    the only solution i found was restoring with the latest beta-firmware
    this fixes all wifi and bluetooth errors but gives you a locked baseband.

    then restore back to 114 and wifi is back, then install bootneuter and reflash baseband and you are done.

    hope this helps
    Original: iPhone US 1.0.2 OTB BL3.9 | firmware: 3.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamrygar View Post
    I have been reading and following everything on this site and i understand almost everything regarding unlocking the iphone so far. ive used the Pwnage Tool successfully but i am still confused about what BootNeuter actually does. If possible is there anyone on this site that might be able to post a thread explaining Bootneuter and how is works and what it really does? I think this would help a lot of people including myself.
    Just thought id ask
    You might wanna check the dev team's page for an explanation here
    http://wikee.iphwn.org/sgold_bootrom:bootneuter

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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    please provide some history on your iPhone like OOTB and most importand: what did you try on the iPhone before using pwnage?

    volkspost

    My phone 's 1.1.3 OTB
    Unlock and Jailbreak&Activate by ZiPhone
    Before my mistake upgrade to 1.1.4
    And only Activate&Jailbreak by ZiPhone
    and unlock by BootNeuters... that's my phone history..


 

 
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