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    Default removed CommCenterClassic and iPhone wont boot up
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    have you find the answer yet? I got the same problem here, I change the permission on the file.......

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    Isn't commcenter part of the core of iOS?

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    I think so, do you know how to change it?

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    CommCenterClassic is loaded at boot on GSM iPhone, CommCenter is for CDMA model. The phone won't boot if you remove the one it needs.
    If you copy CommCenterClassic or CommCenter back to the phone, run following commands before reboot:

    su root (it will ask for root password)
    ldid -s CommCenterClassic
    chmod +x CommCenterClassic

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    But if the phone won't boot if it's not there...how would u be able to get it back into the phone?... Would it boot far enough and stay running long enough to do that?...

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    But if the phone won't boot if it's not there...how would u be able to get it back into the phone?... Would it boot far enough and stay running long enough to do that?...
    Does the computer recognise.the phone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xboxbml View Post
    But if the phone won't boot if it's not there...how would u be able to get it back into the phone?... Would it boot far enough and stay running long enough to do that?...
    ...If you did not run those commands before reboot, no option left, you have to restore.

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    I had two encounters with CommCenter when I was trying to edit it. The first time my iphone wouldn't boot up completely but booted up enough to allow filesystem access for about 15 seconds and I was able to paste an unedited CommCenter back into the directory and my phone came back to life instantly. The second time I wasn't so lucky. It wouldn't boot up enough for filesystem access so restoration was the only fix.

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