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    Default Used "Erase all content and settings" on firmware 3.0 3gs, can I still restore??

    I hope this is the right section, if not, I apologize.

    So I have an iPhone 3GS that was runnin on firmware 3.0. I used the erase content and setting and everything is gone. I just checked the bootrom in DFU mode and it says iBoot-359.3. I presume this is the old old bootrom. Can someone please show me a way to get my iphone back? I do not want to restore through itune because it will update to 3.1.3 which means i cannot unlock it. All I want is the 3.0 back. Please help.



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    Quote Originally Posted by pdinh001 View Post
    I hope this is the right section, if not, I apologize.

    So I have an iPhone 3GS that was runnin on firmware 3.0. I used the erase content and setting and everything is gone. I just checked the bootrom in DFU mode and it says iBoot-359.3. I presume this is the old old bootrom. Can someone please show me a way to get my iphone back? I do not want to restore through itune because it will update to 3.1.3 which means i cannot unlock it. All I want is the 3.0 back. Please help.
    1) Download PwnageTool and create a custom 3.1, or 3.1.2 firmware (DO NOT USE 3.1.3, there is no reason to)
    2) Restore your custom ipsw from Recovery mode (NOT from DFU mode, it WILL NOT work).
    3) Poof. You should be fixed.

    Search next time, this question has been asked repeatedly and answers are all around.
    Last edited by n1ckn4m3; 05-11-2010 at 06:41 PM.
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    When asked has your iPhone been pwned already, say yes.

    There is no Pwnagetool for OS 3.0 or 3.0.1 for 3GS.

    I recommend you use Pwnagetool 3.1.5 and OS 3.1.2 (as n1ckn4m3 said, there is no real need to use OS 3.1.3)
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