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    Hi I have a 3GS I had to restore using the last ditch method. The jailbreak is still tethered because I used redsn0w to jailbreak it. I tried spirit after it was restored but I think the phone has to be activated before using spirit. Because it was a custom ipsw I got the Itunes errors and booted up with Redsn0w. Would I be able to restore 3.1.2 through the phone instead of Itunes? If so can I then use spirit to jailbreak? I'm not sure if the built in restore feature will fully load 3.1.2 or if it will reinstall the custom ipsw and freeze up trying to restore. The phone is unlocked and I can not lose the unlock. I'm really just trying to make it untethered. Thanks for your help. Also thanks a million for the posts on the last ditch effort. Saved my a$$ on that one.

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