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    Default Problem. unable to get past the recovery screen

    OSX 10.5.7
    iTunes 8.1.1
    2G iPhone (Rev 1)
    Pwnage Tool 2.2.5
    Quickpwn 2.2.5

    First Error:
    - Downloaded - iPhone1,1_2.2.1_5H11_Restore.ipsw
    - Downloaded - bl46.bin
    - Created - iPhone1,1_2.2.1_5H11_Custom_Restore.ipsw with Pwnage Tool 2.2.5
    Entered DFU mode. Option Clicked Restore in iTunes, selected iPhone1,1_2.2.1_5H11_Custom_Restore.ipsw


    Second Error:
    With failed Pwnage Tool attempt - restored/updated via iTunes
    Option Clicked Restore - selected - iPhone1,1_2.2.1_5H11_Restore.ipsw


    Third Error:
    Restored and Updated via iTunes
    Open Quickpwn
    "Please connect your device, we'll automatically test it and then we'll move to the next step"
    Click OK
    - NOTHING appears to be happening

    I've spent hours trying to figure this out with no luck at all.
    Hoping to sell this 2G iPhone ASAP

    What should I check or try next?

    Thanks in advance.



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    I could also note that with my Rogers SIM card installed I can make and receive calls but am unable to get past the recovery screen.

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    You probably installed 3.0 beta. If you didnt and its under warranty get it replaced.

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    No warrenty.

    I don't think doing a Restore and Update from iTunes would install a 3.0 beta

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    I've now also tried this on a Windows XP PC that had never before had iTunes or any pWn software installed.

    QuickPwn did not see the iPhone when plugged in.

    WinPwn 2.0 ran it's course with creating a custom firmware but once it went to apply the custom firmware the WinPwn program FAILED and left the iPhone with a White Screen.

    Once unplugged and restarted - the iPhone is stuck back at the recovery screen and still able to make and receive calls on Rogers Wireless

    Anyone have a idea what I should try next?

    This reset, restore and update from iTunes has me stuck at the recovery screen pretty bad.

    EDIT - Sorry for the large image, no editing software for cropping was installed on this PC


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    Now also restored and updated the iPhone on the Windows Machine -states the update applied is 2.2.1

    Still stuck at recovery screen.

    Downloaded Quickpwn 2.2.5 for Windows - still doesn't see the iPhone when it's on and plugged in.

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    ANYONE?

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