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I know this problem have occured to many iphone owners out there and ...
Iphone stuck in recovery mode
I know this problem have occured to many iphone owners out there and i have searched for a solution for 2 days now, just cant find a way to fix this.
I have unlocked my iphone using the quickpwn-method and it works great except for one thing, at random points it goes black and restarts and then the recovery screen appears ( a usb cable pointing at an ituneslogo). I have tried to restart it several times but the same screen appears.
I have restored the Iphone using Itunes and unlocked it again using Quickpwn. It works for like 12 hrs and then the same thing happens, it goes black->restarts->recovery screen.
Any suggestions? really appreciate your help
did you restore the phone from a backup after you jailbreak it ?
After jailbreak, connect with itunes and setup as new phone.
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yeah, done that. but let me try one more time
iphone 2g cant restore
i have a similar problem. I had my iphone 2gen unlocked and a week later it says my phone needs to connect to itunes to restore. i had connected it to itunes but it wont restore at all. i have tried unistalling itunes and reinstalling and that also didnt work. i also took it to the apple store for them to restore it but that didnt work neither. please let me know how i can do it. i also logged on to a different user on my computer.
the error on itunes says "the iphone cant not be restored error (23)"
please help me thanks!!!
I have the same issue my iphone is stuck in recovery mode but my problem is my wake/sleep button at the top doesnt work so i can not use that and home button to turn off any other suggestion? I am sure the battery will go dead eventually though
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