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    Default No signal after 2.2 Quickpwn Update

    When I saw that firmware 2.2 was released, I updated my 2G iPhone as I had done since 2.0 was released (i.e. no jailbreak or such, but just plain iTunes update). This did apperentely not work, so I was stuck with a non-activated 2.2 phone. Went back to 2.1 (which gave me a "SIM card not supported" in iTunes) and attempted a new update to 2.2 (this time, with the new Windows Quickpwn). Unfortunately, I'm now lacking any reception ("No Service"). I've tried to unlock 2.0, 2.1 and 2.2 and reflash the baseband, but with no success.
    So does anyone have any idea of how to fix this problem? Is it software or is my baseband corrupt/other hardware problem? I'm sorry if this has been asked before - which I believe it has but with no answer.
    Thanks in advance.



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    Ihave finded the solution to this problem:
    Get this files: http://rapidshare.com/files/166679851/QuickPwn22.zip
    <---No direct links to download copyrighted software like Bootloaders--->
    Follow quickpwn instructions and when the program ask what to do? just tell add Cydia, Add Installer, Replace Boot Logos (optional), and Unlock Phone (very important). After this itīll ask for bootloader 3.9 and 4.6, so youīre going to need to find them and thatīs it. Be patient, enjoy...
    Last edited by volkspost; 11-29-2008 at 09:43 AM. Reason: Removed link to Bootloaders

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    Thanks for answering so fast, did unfortunately not work for me. Still have 'No Service'.

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    RESTORE to 2.2 with Quickpwn and make sure sim is in through the entire process and sleep never. Also, make sure you have the latest iTunes.
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    Thanks for answer, didn't work yet again although I'm a bit unsure what you mean with 'sleep never'. Yes, I do have latest iTunes.


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    I think he meant when the screen dims and goes blank. That option can be adjusted in the settings, then to general then set auto lock to never
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    Any solution to this? I am having the same issue. Just bars for the signal -- no "No Service". Bootneuter freezes when doing it initial configuration check.

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    I am having the same problem also, no bars, it does not say "no service"

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    bode77, you almost there. I had 2 iphones 2g with same problem.
    -install bootneuter and open it. It will freeze 2 times (you can't even turn the power off, press menu and spleep/wake button same time but not too long. Don't let it goes to dfu mode)
    -Open bootneuter third time will work (it did for me both iphone), choose 3.9 or 4.6 and turn on unlock, turn on bootneuter DO NOT turn on fakeblank.

    That's it!!!

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    Thanks holycowe!

    I don't know if that is what did it by chance and me stumbling into it or if what I did was the magic.

    I ended up taking out the tmobile sim and putting in the original ATT sim. Everything went as normal with BootNeuter and it works. Maybe it was because it was my 3rd time or maybe the sim change trick. Either way my wife's phone is back and I am saved!

    thanks again!


 

 
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