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    Question Stuck in Recovery Loop after Upgrade to 3.1.2

    Hi everyone, I'm now at the point of giving up, after the upgrade (iphone 2g fw 2.2.1) to a pwnd firmware 3.1.2 didn't work (itunes error 6), I have been trying various downgrades 1.x, 2.x with itunes 7.5, 7.7 and 9.0.2, both in DFU mode (yes it was really DFU and recovery mode, nothing got to work, most of the times the restore was interrupted by itunes errors (6,9,20,23, 16xx). Then last night for some reason I tried again with the custom 3.1.2 which caused all the trouble and voila, itunes reported the restore to be successful, I cheered up for a few secs, but then again I saw the recovery mode screen...

    I then tried iRecovery and none of the commands produced any results, except "reboot" which of course doesn't help at all, I'm now stuck in the infamous recovery loop and don't know what else I can try.....

    Here is the log from irecovery, maybe one of you guys have another idea on how I could get my phone back?

    Code:
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    ::
    :: iBoot for m68ap, Copyright 2009, Apple Inc.
    ::
    ::      BUILD_TAG: iBoot-636.66
    ::
    ::      BUILD_STYLE: RELEASE
    ::
    ::      USB_SERIAL_NUMBER: CPID:8900 CPRV:20 CPFM:03 SCEP:05 BDID:00 IBFL:01 SRNM:[7T7393J6WH8]
    ::
    =======================================
    [FTL:MSG] Apple NAND Driver (AND) RO
    [NAND] Device ID           0xa585d598
    [NAND] BANKS_TOTAL         4
    [NAND] BLOCKS_PER_BANK     8320
    [NAND] PAGES_PER_BANK      1064960
    [NAND] SECTORS_PER_PAGE    4
    [NAND] BYTES_PER_SPARE     64
    [FTL:MSG] FIL_Init            [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] BUF_Init            [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] FPart Init          [OK]
    read old style signature 0x43303035 (line:371)
    [FTL:MSG] VFL Register    [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] VFL Init            [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] VFL_Open            [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] FTL Register    [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] FTL_Open            [OK]
    Boot Failure Count: 0   Panic Fail Count: 2
    Delaying boot for 0 seconds. Hit enter to break into the command pompt...
    HFSInitPartition: 0x180702c0
    Kernelcache image not valid
    Entering recovery mode, starting command prompt
    (Recovery) iPhone$
    Thank you so much in advance, I promise if someone of you can help me fix it, I will send you a beer via mail



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    The custom ipsw is not working properly.

    Code:
    Kernelcache image not valid
    You need to restore again.

    It is possible you have a hardware NAND problem but nothing in the iRecovery log you posted points to that.

    You need to be running iTunes 8.2 or higher to restore to OS 3.x You must also restart after installing or uninstalling iTunes to make sure the mobile device driver is properly installed/removed.

    Can you try a restore again with iTunes 8.2 or higher (9.0.2 is fine) and post the latest restore log.
    Are you on OSX? The log files are located here:
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    Thank you so much for your quick reply, I just tried the custom ipsw 3.1.2 (created by pwnagetool 3.1.4) with itunes 9.0.2 (i restarted prior to that to be absolutely sure), but error 6 again, here is the log:

    Code:
    2010-01-01 12:25:44.000 iTunes[251:20b]: restore library built Sep 24 2009 15:57:52
    2010-01-01 12:25:44.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: iTunes 9.0.2
    2010-01-01 12:25:44.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: Software payload version: 7D11 (option key)
    2010-01-01 12:25:45.000 iTunes[251:e42b]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
    2010-01-01 12:25:45.000 iTunes[251:e437]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
    2010-01-01 12:25:45.000 iTunes[251:e437]: iBoot build-version = iBoot-636.66
    2010-01-01 12:25:45.000 iTunes[251:e437]: iBoot build-style = RELEASE
    2010-01-01 12:25:45.000 iTunes[251:e437]: DeviceRequest failed: 0xe000404f
    2010-01-01 12:25:45.000 iTunes[251:e437]: command device request for 'getenv radio-error' failed: 2008
    2010-01-01 12:25:45.000 iTunes[251:e437]: radio-error not set
    2010-01-01 12:25:45.000 iTunes[251:e437]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2010-01-01 12:25:45.000 iTunes[251:e437]: <Recovery Mode Device 0x169c0b0>: production fused device
    2010-01-01 12:25:45.000 iTunes[251:e437]: <Recovery Mode Device 0x169c0b0>: operation 4 progress -1
    
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    init_waste
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function AppleUSBMux
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function AppleUSBEthernet
    AppleUSBEthernetDevice::start: Device MAC address = 0a:0b:ad:0b:ab:e0
    AppleUSBEthernetDevice::start: Host MAC address = 00:1c:b3:2b:70:8a
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function PTP
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction all functions registered- we are ready to start usb stack
    AppleSynopsysOTGCore::setCurrentLimit: current:0, suspended:0
    virtual IOReturn AppleUSBDeviceMux::setProperties(OSObject*) setting debug level to 7
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::handleUSBReset
    AppleSynopsysOTGCore::setCurrentLimit: current:100, suspended:0
    AppleSynopsysOTGCore::setCurrentLimit: current:100, suspended:0
    close(caller = 0x3d98): remote port = 49152
    close(caller = 0x3d98): remote port = 49153
    close(caller = 0x3d98): remote port = 49154
    client protocol version 12
    Restore options:
    	SystemPartitionSize            => <CFNumber 0xa05770 [0xd0ff4]>{value = +563, type = kCFNumberSInt64Type}
    	UpdateBaseband                 => <CFBoolean 0xd1980 [0xd0ff4]>{value = false}
    	CreateFilesystemPartitions     => <CFBoolean 0xd1978 [0xd0ff4]>{value = true}
    entering partition_nand_device
    device is not a boot-from-NAND device
    entering wait_for_storage_device
    entering check_for_restore_log
    executing /sbin/fsck_hfs
    AppleSynopsysOTGCore::setCurrentLimit: current:100, suspended:0
    AppleSynopsysOTGCore::setCurrentLimit: current:500, suspended:0
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xc25c2e00 established 62078<-lo0->49152 62078<-usb->2
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::sessionUpcall socket is closed, session 0xc25c2e00 (62078<-lo0->49152 62078<-usb->2)
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xc25c2b00 established 62078<-lo0->49153 62078<-usb->3
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xc25c2d00 established 62078<-lo0->49154 62078<-usb->4
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::sessionUpcall socket is closed, session 0xc25c2b00 (62078<-lo0->49153 62078<-usb->3)
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xc25c2c00 established 62078<-lo0->49155 62078<-usb->5
    void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(__mbuf*) received reset, closing 0xc25c2d00
    ** /dev/rdisk0s1
    ** Checking Non-journaled HFS Plus volume.
    ** Detected a case-sensitive catalog.
    ** Checking Extents Overflow file.
    ** Checking Catalog file.
    ** Checking multi-linked files.
    ** Checking Catalog hierarchy.
    ** Checking Extended Attributes file.
    ** Checking volume bitmap.
    ** Checking volume information.
    ** The volume Northstar7D11.iPhoneOS appears to be OK.
    executing /sbin/mount_hfs
    restore log does not exist
    entering create_filesystem_partitions
    encryptable property not found
    creating unencrypted data partition
    wipe entire partition: 0 (old = 563 new = 563)
    creating 1048576 byte wipe buffer
    block size for /dev/disk0s1: 2048
    /sbin/newfs_hfs -s -v System /dev/disk0s1 
    executing /sbin/newfs_hfs
    Initialized /dev/rdisk0s1 as a 563 MB HFS Plus volume
    creating 1048576 byte wipe buffer
    block size for /dev/disk0s2: 2048
    /sbin/newfs_hfs -s -v Data /dev/disk0s2 
    executing /sbin/newfs_hfs
    Initialized /dev/rdisk0s2 as a 7181 MB HFS Plus volume
    entering restore_images
    executing /usr/sbin/asr
    ASR STATUS: start	110	multicast-client
    ASR: Waiting for connection attempt from server
    void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult(BulkUSBMuxSession*, errno_t) new session to port 12345 failed: 61
    void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult(BulkUSBMuxSession*, errno_t) new session to port 12345 failed: 61
    ASR STATUS: setup
    ASR: Validating target...
    ASR: done
    ASR STATUS: metadata
    ASR: Validating source...
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xc25c2f00 established 12345<-lo0->49158 12345<-usb->8
    ASR: done
    ASR: Warning: the target volume may not be bootable
    ASR: Erasing target device /dev/disk0s1...
    ASR: done
    ASR: Retrieving scan information...done
    ASR: Validating sizes...
    ASR: done
    ASR STATUS: restore
    ASR RESTORE PROGRESS: 2%
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    ASR: asr: 
    ASR: Image passed signature verification
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::sessionUpcall socket is closed, session 0xc25c2f00 (12345<-lo0->49158 12345<-usb->8)
    ASR RESTORE PROGRESS: 98%
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    ASR: Copied 490996224 bytes in 120.50 seconds, 3979.00 KiB/s
    ASR STATUS: verify
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    ASR: Verified block checksum 490996224 bytes in 79.51 seconds, 6030.33 KiB/s
    ASR STATUS: finish
    entering mount_filesystems
    executing /sbin/fsck_hfs
    ** /dev/rdisk0s1
    ** Checking Non-journaled HFS Plus volume.
    ** Detected a case-sensitive catalog.
    ** Checking Extents Overflow file.
    ** Checking Catalog file.
    ** Checking multi-linked files.
    ** Checking Catalog hierarchy.
    ** Checking Extended Attributes file.
    ** Checking volume bitmap.
    ** Checking volume information.
    ** The volume Northstar7D11.iPhoneOS appears to be OK.
    executing /sbin/mount_hfs
    executing /sbin/fsck_hfs
    ** /dev/rdisk0s2Ś
    ** Checking Non-journaled HFS Plus volume.
    ** Detected a case-sensitive catalog.
    ** Checking Extents Overflow file.
    ** Checking Catalog file.
    ** Checking multi-linked files.
    ** Checking Catalog hierarchy.
    ** Checking volume bitmap.
    ** Checking volume information.
    ** The volume Data appears to be OK.
    executing /sbin/mount_hfs
    entering install_kernel_cache
    unable to convert message to property list
    unable to get kernelcache data from host
    attempting to dump restore log
    writing log file: /mnt1/restore.log
    
    ==== end of device restore output ====
    2010-01-01 12:30:43.000 iTunes[251:11177]: <Restore Device 0x830e120>: Restore failed (result = 6)
    2010-01-01 12:30:53.000 iTunes[251:20b]: device connected (isDFU = 0)
    2010-01-01 12:30:53.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: SCEP 5
    2010-01-01 12:41:39.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: Restore error 6

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    I also tried to restore the original fw 3.1.2, this one doesnt even start the restore, it just stops with error 21 and doesnt show the update progress bar on the phone, here is the log

    Code:
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:20b]: restore library built Sep 24 2009 15:57:52
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: iTunes 9.0.2
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: Software payload version: 7D11
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:13c67]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: iBoot build-version = iBoot-636.66
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: iBoot build-style = RELEASE
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: DeviceRequest failed: 0xe000404f
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: command device request for 'getenv radio-error' failed: 2008
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: radio-error not set
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2010-01-01 12:58:57.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: <Recovery Mode Device 0x7351850>: production fused device
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: <Recovery Mode Device 0x7351850>: operation 4 progress -1
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: bootstrapping restore with iBEC
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATE request: state = 0x2
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 6 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 7 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:58:58.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: <Recovery Mode Device 0x7351850>: operation 31 progress -1
    2010-01-01 12:58:59.000 iTunes[251:13c73]: <Recovery Mode Device 0x7351850>: Recovery mode succeeded
    2010-01-01 12:58:59.000 iTunes[251:20b]: device disconnected (isDFU = 0)
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:20b]: device connected (isDFU = 0)
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: SCEP 5
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: iBoot build-version = iBoot-636.66
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: iBoot build-style = RELEASE
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: DeviceRequest failed: 0xe000404f
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: command device request for 'getenv radio-error' failed: 2008
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: radio-error not set
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: <Recovery Mode Device 0x8319e70>: production fused device
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: <Recovery Mode Device 0x8319e70>: operation 4 progress -1
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: <Recovery Mode Device 0x8319e70>: operation 42 progress -1
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issued GETSTATE request: state = 0x2
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 5 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 6 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:59:04.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 7 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:59:05.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: <Recovery Mode Device 0x8319e70>: operation 5 progress -1
    2010-01-01 12:59:05.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issued GETSTATE request: state = 0x8
    2010-01-01 12:59:05.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issuing ABORT request
    2010-01-01 12:59:05.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issued GETSTATE request: state = 0x2
    2010-01-01 12:59:05.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issuing DNLOAD request
    ----------------------------- log cut due to max post size ----------------------------------
    2010-01-01 12:59:16.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 6 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:59:16.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: Issued GETSTATUS request: state = 7 status = 0
    2010-01-01 12:59:16.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: DeviceRequest failed: 0xe000404f
    2010-01-01 12:59:16.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: command device request for 'getenv ramdisk-delay' failed: 2008
    2010-01-01 12:59:17.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: DeviceRequest failed: 0xe000404f
    2010-01-01 12:59:17.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: command device request for 'ramdisk' failed: 2008
    2010-01-01 12:59:17.000 iTunes[251:146ff]: <Recovery Mode Device 0x8319e70>: Recovery mode failed (result = 21)
    2010-01-01 13:14:17.000 iTunes[251:20b]: device disconnected (isDFU = 0)
    2010-01-01 13:14:17.000 iTunes[251:20b]: _AMRecoveryModeDeviceFinalize: 0x8319e70
    2010-01-01 13:14:25.000 iTunes[251:20b]: device connected (isDFU = 0)
    2010-01-01 13:14:25.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: SCEP 5
    2010-01-01 13:27:08.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: Restore error 21

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbenjam View Post
    Thank you so much for your quick reply, I just tried the custom ipsw 3.1.2 (created by pwnagetool 3.1.4) with itunes 9.0.2 (i restarted prior to that to be absolutely sure), but error 6 again, here is the log:

    Code:
    executing /sbin/mount_hfs
    entering install_kernel_cache
    unable to convert message to property list
    unable to get kernelcache data from host
    attempting to dump restore log
    writing log file: /mnt1/restore.log
    
    ==== end of device restore output ====
    2010-01-01 12:30:43.000 iTunes[251:11177]: <Restore Device 0x830e120>: Restore failed (result = 6)
    2010-01-01 12:30:53.000 iTunes[251:20b]: device connected (isDFU = 0)
    2010-01-01 12:30:53.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: SCEP 5
    2010-01-01 12:41:39.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: Restore error 6
    Something is corrupt or wrong with the kernelcache, that is the same root cause that was displayed by iRecovery earlier. Have you tried recreating the custom ipsw?
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    No I haven't, but I certainly can try, shall I continue to use fw 3.1.2 with pwnage tool 3.1.4? Any specific options I should set, sth connected to bootloader / baseband? Btw, any idea why the original fw restore doesnt work?

    Thanks a lot for your help so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbenjam View Post
    No I haven't, but I certainly can try, shall I continue to use fw 3.1.2 with pwnage tool 3.1.4? Any specific options I should set, sth connected to bootloader / baseband? Btw, any idea why the original fw restore doesnt work?

    Thanks a lot for your help so far
    I'd need to see a log file from a restore of the original fw to be sure why that does not work.

    For the purposes of troubleshooting I would recommend you turn off the bootneuter section when you make a new custom ipsw. Just to keep things simpler. You only need to run bootneuter successfully once and you are unlocked for ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olethros View Post
    I'd need to see a log file from a restore of the original fw to be sure why that does not work..
    That one I already posted earlier today, just check the post before your reply about kernelcache img Pls let me know if you need the full log, the limit of 10K chars per reply forced me to cut some parts out of it, which seemed to be very repetitive....

    Quote Originally Posted by Olethros View Post
    For the purposes of troubleshooting I would recommend you turn off the bootneuter section when you make a new custom ipsw. Just to keep things simpler. You only need to run bootneuter successfully once and you are unlocked for ever.
    Right on it, currently building a new custom ipsw, of a fresh re downloaded (with firefox) 3.1.2, just to rule out any possible pitfalls, will let you know as soon as I have a new log, thx again!

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    alright, I tried the new ipsw, first in recovery mode this time with error 9:

    Code:
    executing /sbin/mount_hfs
    entering install_kernel_cache
    unable to convert message to property list
    unable to get kernelcache data from host
    attempting to dump restore log
    writing log file: /mnt1/restore.log
    --------------------------------
    2010-01-01 20:06:52.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: received kAMDeviceDetached action, device 0X83A2A30
    2010-01-01 20:06:52.000 iTunes[251:161ab]: recv(42, 4) failed: connection closed
    2010-01-01 20:06:52.000 iTunes[251:161ab]: unable to read message size: -1
    2010-01-01 20:06:52.000 iTunes[251:161ab]: unable to read message from device
    2010-01-01 20:06:52.000 iTunes[251:161ab]: <Restore Device 0x942cf00>: Restore failed (result = 9)
    2010-01-01 20:07:10.000 iTunes[251:20b]: device connected (isDFU = 0)
    2010-01-01 20:07:10.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: SCEP 5
    2010-01-01 20:17:34.000 iTunes[251:20b]: iTunes: Restore error 9
    Here you can find the full log: Restore log in recovery mode

    Then I tried DFU mode, this time it got further but then again error 6:

    Code:
    ASR: Verified block checksum 485016064 bytes in 78.47 seconds, 6035.93 KiB/s
    ASR STATUS: finish
    entering mount_filesystems
    executing /sbin/fsck_hfs
    ** /dev/rdisk0s1
    ** Checking Non-journaled HFS Plus volume.
    ** Detected a case-sensitive catalog.
    ** Checking Extents Overflow file.
    ** Checking Catalog file.
    ** Checking multi-linked files.
    ** Checking Catalog hierarchy.
    ** Checking Extended Attributes file.
    ** Checking volume bitmap.
    ** Checking volume information.
    ** The volume Northstar7D11.iPhoneOS appears to be OK.
    executing /sbin/mount_hfs
    executing /sbin/fsck_hfs
    ** /dev/rdisk0s2
    ** Checking Non-journaled HFS Plus volume.
    ** Detected a case-sensitive catalog.
    ** Checking Extents Overflow file.
    ** Checking Catalog file.
    ** Checking multi-linked files.
    ** Checking Catalog hierarchy.
    ** Checking volume bitmap.
    ** Checking volume information.
    ** The volume Data appears to be OK.
    executing /sbin/mount_hfs
    entering install_kernel_cache
    entering get_hardware_platform
    platform-name = s5l8900x
    writing kernelcache to /mnt1/System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kernelcaches/kernelcache.s5l8900x
    entering install_secure_vault_daemon
    entering get_hardware_platform
    platform-name = s5l8900x
    linking /mnt1/usr/sbin/securekeyvaultd to /mnt1/usr/sbin/securekeyvaultd.s5l8900x
    entering fixup_var
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
             0 [Level 3] [ReadUID 0] [Facility com.apple.system.fs] [ErrType FS] [MountPt /mnt1] 
    copy /mnt1/private/var to /mnt2 failed: 0x2
    attempting to dump restore log
    writing log file: /mnt1/restore.log
    
    ==== end of device restore output ====
    2010-01-01 20:28:11.000 iTunes[1827:119c3]: <Restore Device 0x827bc10>: Restore failed (result = 6)
    2010-01-01 20:28:20.000 iTunes[1827:20b]: iTunes: Restore error 6
    Here you can find the full log: Restore log in DFU mode

    Standing by for further instructions

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    I can see why it fails, but I am not sure what is causing that step to fail.

    Do you have access to another machine to test with? The only other time i saw a similar problem the issue was a conflict with zonealarm on windows.

    What OS are you running on your mac? Do you have any firewall/security programs running on your mac? Can you try creating a new account on your mac and restoring using that?
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