1. merv.jdmd's Avatar
    ok i restored my phone and im trying to do the ibrickr all over...

    this is what i get in the ERROR REPORT and the iphone is just stuck on a green screen with the itunes and plug icons up

    put this is the report.. what does it mean?

    s_iBrickr version: 0.91
    s_Waiting for phone
    e_No iPhone detected
    s_iBrickr version: 0.91
    s_Waiting for phone
    e_No iPhone detected
    s_iBrickr version: 0.91
    s_Waiting for phone
    s_Connection established.
    e_Not jailbroken
    s_ProductVersion = 1.1.2
    iPhone found
    firmware 1.0.2
    Archive: 1.0.2.ipsw
    inflating: ./009-7698-4.dmg
    inflating: ./kernelcache.release.s5l8900xrb
    caution: filename not matched: done
    s_Looking for iPhone
    s_Sending reconfigured files...
    s_Restore mode begins
    s_AMDeviceEnterRecovery: 0
    s_Sending boot files
    s_Booting iPhone

    2007-11-27 12:26 AM
  2. Ookpic's Avatar
    Hey There

    I have had this exact thing with my iPhone and iBrickr. I stopped using it. I wanted to use firmware 1.1.1 and ibrickr isn't compatible with it as far as I know. I don't have anything against iBrickr but when I tried .91 I thought it was a little glitchy. So this is what I did and I'm good to go and have restored, re-jailbroken, and unlocked my iPhone many times now.

    I downloaded the firmware version 1.1.1. You can get firmwares from HERE
    Do a restore using itunes (I'm currently using ver. and do the shift-key trick to get your choice of restore files. Make sure you don't accidently choose to just auto update as then it will try to put 1.1.2 on the phone and you'll have to do a downgrade.

    Choose your 1.1.1 firmware file that you downloaded. You will get a fault at the end but that is normal. 1013 fault or something like that.

    Once you get your phone to a OTB state with firmware 1.1.1, then do the following.

    Make sure you have an open wireless connection available to your iPhone before you start. If you have WEP or WPA enabled, the following procedure will not work. You can put encryption back on after you are done though.

    1. enter *#307# press call, now use the back button on the top of your screen to remove *#307# , now enter 0 , press call, press answer, press hold, press decline. And you get to the contact list. And thereafter every time you push the homebutton you just slide the "emergency call" slide, then enter 0 , press call, press hold, press decline

    2. Push contacts, end call and you get called again, this time hit decline and you access one of menus with favorites, you can edit contacts, do a test ride on keyboard, take photos etc.

    3. Now edit a new contact and type in http://jailbreakme.com as web-address.

    4. When you tap the address safari opens but only displays an error saying that it cannot access the website, it also looks like safari freezes up.

    5. Now press the home button, and for a split second the iPhone shows a screen where you can select wi-fi networks. Now you have to be really quick and select a network before the phone freezes.

    6. Next you get Back to the "emergency call page" and every on screen button has frozen so the only thing you can do is turn off the phone.

    7. Turn the iPhone off then on again

    8. Now you can go back to the contact list by Dialing 0, push call, then answer, then contacts, then hit that web address you typed in.
    Timing is a bit critical on the step 5. So you may have to cycle power on phone a few time before you get it.

    Once you are done with the above procedure, you should have a jailbroken 1.1.1 iPhone with installer.app pre-installed. After that, there is really no need to use iBrickr. Again no offence against Nate True or iBrickr, he was a pioneer in Windows iPhone jailbreaking. If ya just want to remain at version 1.0.2, then this will not work as far as I know so maybe don't risk it if you want to stay with old firmware although, I'm not sure why you would want to.

    If any of this is unclear just PM me and I'll try and clear it up. Remember there is always a risk when doing any of this so please don't hold me or anyone else accountable if you brick your phone. On a brighter note, I've heard that 99.9% of bricked iPhones can be recovered by doing a restore.
    Last edited by Ookpic; 2007-11-27 at 01:12 AM.
    2007-11-27 01:09 AM