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    I really need help with an iPhone a friend brought to me after he accidently upgraded from 1.1.4 to 2.0.

    What I did:
    Got his iPhone, which was obviously jailbroken/activated on 1.1.4 before he accidently upgraded to 2.0.

    Built a custom IPSW using Pwnage 2.0.1.

    Kicked iPhone into DFU-Mode.

    Restored the iPhone using the custom IPSW.


    Everything went fine until restart. Now the iPhone's stuck at the pineapple boot-screen and doesn't boot up.

    Strange thing is: itunes recognizes the iPhone and asks to restore it from backup.

    Any idea? Please help!



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    Does your phone turn off automatically or does it just stay at the boot screen?

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    Try putting it into restore mode and restoring using your custom .ipsw (and maybe build a new one just to be sure it's fine).

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    It stays at the boot screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BogusTrumper View Post
    It stays at the boot screen.
    Even after you restore? That's odd.
    Try restoring to a stock Apple ipsw and see if it boots.


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    Try this: turn it off (keeping both home and power buttons for 7 seconds or so).
    Then connect it to the cable keeping the home button pressed until the connect to itunes icon appears. Itunes should recognize it and you can do a shift restore.
    Good luck

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    Problem is solved
    After kicking it into DFU-Mode once more, i restored it using a fresh built custom-IPSW.
    And suddenly everything worked like charm.

    Don't know, what went wrong the first time... ghost in the machine in some strange way.

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    I think ive had the same problems "EVERY' time I use anything that isnt from first gen iphone era software (iliberty,Ibrikr)

    these new jailbreakerz just dont have the same ...reliabilty .like the old ones did.
    like i KNEW i could always rely on ibrikr and iliberty and idem for a clean break.

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