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    Unhappy [PwnageTool 2.0] [iPhone 2g] experiencing continuous reboot after upgrade

    Hi,

    I've just gone through the steps creating a custom ipsw file then restoring through itunes on the mac. Once it finishes i get the pinapple logo on my iphone and it is continually rebooting. (ie i turn it on and it displays the logo for 5-10 seconds and reboots) the only thing i can do it turn it off. I cant put it into DFU mode either

    Any thoughts?



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    If you upgrade to 2.0 on your iPhone BEFORE your run pwnage 2.0, then you have to answer NO to the question about whether your pwned your phone before.

    Either START with a pwned 1.1.4 and install the custom firmware OR upgrade to the "Apple" 2.0 iPhone software then answer NO to the "is your phone already pwned"

    I think the main confusion here is that people don't realized that upgrading to an Apple-official 2.0 will undo the pwnage applied in 1.1.4.

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    I have the Same problem, any fix?
    I answer NO and have the same problem

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    Smile continuous reboot after restore solved

    I had this problem (continuous reboot) and i solved. What i do:

    1. I go to windows xp and restore 1.1.4 with winpwnd (first restore original 1.1.4, than pnwage again, than restore my old custom 1.1.4)
    2. At this stage my iPhone was completely working on 1.1.4
    3. Then go to my hacked Leopard 10.5.2 and start pewnage tool 2.0 process ones again from beginning.
    4. I pick advanced mode to recreate mu custom IPSW, but this time in "Custom Packages Settings" section I unchecked "Cydia Installer"
    5. Recreate IPSW.
    6. Didn't do any DFU mode things this time.
    7. Open iTunes.
    8. Put iPhone in "recover mode". it was easy this time, because it was working OK.
    9. Restore my custom IPSW file.
    10. UFF!!! this time no more "continuous reboot"

    I am not sure, but it look like that all the time problem was "Cydia Installer". I expired similar problem in past with "Cydia Installer" on some old 1.1.1 iPhones.
    Last edited by beba; 07-20-2008 at 04:54 PM.

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    No I do not think it is the "Cydia Installer" , because i solved my problem with custom ipws downloaded from torrent, and it was have "Cydia Installer" also I think it is important to have OpenSSH on your jailbreacked iPhone
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    I had this same problem, but now its fixed. I went into Expert mode and in General Settings I checked Enable baseband update, everything else I left the same and it worked perfectly. Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by csm7410 View Post
    I had this same problem, but now its fixed. I went into Expert mode and in General Settings I checked Enable baseband update, everything else I left the same and it worked perfectly. Hope this helps
    i have same problem.. i tried ur solution but it's not working...
    i am using mac os x with windows vista i build custom firmware in mac os x and i restored in windows bcoz i don't have itunes 7.7 in mac...
    but iphone:iphone: restarting again n again ...
    HELP ME OUT PLZ....

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    I'm still in the reboot loop as well, tried to revert back to 1.14 using the known instructions and i think i accidently downgraded or erased my baseband in the process.... I can get it to a locked 2.0 state, but any attempts to put a custom 2.0 firmware on it results in a reboot loop... Any suggestions ?

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    Ok... I just fixed it... Most likely you all had the same problem as me... Bad 3.9 and 4.6 boot files...

    Here are the md5sums for the bad and good boot loader roms... Hope this helps.

    BAD:

    bl39.bin - 0d6467d91237368dd520fddbeddc1dca
    bl46.bin - a2423f66362d7dbce5a98056f3aa80cf

    GOOD:
    BL-39.bin - a34410fe8b56cc57b2a3183d6ecc6b5e
    BL-46.bin - 1c15fabcbbfa4fc240ad66bae4da617e

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    Quote Originally Posted by aupton View Post
    Ok... I just fixed it... Most likely you all had the same problem as me... Bad 3.9 and 4.6 boot files...

    Here are the md5sums for the bad and good boot loader roms... Hope this helps.

    BAD:

    bl39.bin - 0d6467d91237368dd520fddbeddc1dca
    bl46.bin - a2423f66362d7dbce5a98056f3aa80cf

    GOOD:
    BL-39.bin - a34410fe8b56cc57b2a3183d6ecc6b5e
    BL-46.bin - 1c15fabcbbfa4fc240ad66bae4da617e
    Well, I'm using the same bootloader files I used for the first Pwnage, why would they be bad now? That makes no sense.


 

 
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