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Thread: Helo: I deleted my Var on iPhone 3g

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    Exclamation Helo: I deleted my Var on iPhone 3g
    I accidentally deleted the var file on my iPhone 3g and now its turning on and off. My computer and iTunes is not detecting my iPhone. It just stays on the blank black screen with the apple logo. Can anyone help me?


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    In the words of Stewy Griffin "You Idiot", lol sorry man. sucks for you. Take it back to apple and tell them it just went crazy on you.
    Android user suffering from iPhone withdraw.

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    ^psshh.

    Enter dfu mode:

    1.Connect phone to computer. Turn phone off.
    2.Hold power and home for 10 seconds
    3. Let go of power button, but keep holding home button till the computer recognizes your phone.
    4. Then restore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gQstatus05 View Post
    In the words of Stewy Griffin "You Idiot", lol sorry man. sucks for you. Take it back to apple and tell them it just went crazy on you.
    lol thanks, I am going to do that tommarow and just say some bull **** like I was talking on the phone, then it just froze and turned off.


    Does that work if I do make a some bull **** up?

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    it should work b/c the only way I can see them fixing the phone is by restoring it. By doing a restore they will never know it's been jailbroken
    Android user suffering from iPhone withdraw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 461am View Post
    ^psshh.

    enter dfu mode:

    1.connect phone to computer. Turn phone off.
    2.hold power and home for 10 seconds
    3. Let go of power button, but keep holding home button till the computer recognizes your phone.
    4. Then restore.
    ty you so much man id give u all the money in my pocket if your right next to me

    i love this website!!
    Last edited by ZionX; 10-25-2008 at 10:49 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Or you could just DFU Restore it?.....

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    Yay!! got it working. don't go venturing into the unknown and going crazy deleting things.
    Android user suffering from iPhone withdraw.

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    I hate to revive a dead Topic but this is exactly what happen to my ipod touch 4g ios 6.0.1 but i have most of the files. i actually don't know what i deleted, something either from /var/mobile or /logs or /log :'[ the only problem is i cant go into DFU mode because The power button on my ipod is broken..

    What my ipod dose is eventually boots to the setup app. i go through the setup -the apps and languages are spinning very fast- but when i'm done instantly the iPod will restart and back up to the beginning of the setup. when in the setup iTunes dose not recognize the device is plugged in but if i use tiny umbrella to put the iPod into recovery mode itunes gives an error 21

    Edit- i can get iFunBox to recognize my device but i still don't know what to do.
    Last edited by mudderz; 02-13-2013 at 08:51 AM.

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