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Im stuck in the same problem but i have to unlock my phone too it is gevey sim i wanted to restore my 5.0.1 i had all ssh blobs i
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    Im stuck in the same problem but i have to unlock my phone too it is gevey sim i wanted to restore my 5.0.1 i had all ssh blobs i did that using snow breeze an error 37 came my phone got stuck in dfu mode i made it in simple dfu mode but now im stuck how shud i restore my phone because now whenever i try there is some or the other error can anyone help me ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ds4a View Post
    Im stuck in the same problem but i have to unlock my phone too it is gevey sim i wanted to restore my 5.0.1 i had all ssh blobs i did that using snow breeze an error 37 came my phone got stuck in dfu mode i made it in simple dfu mode but now im stuck how shud i restore my phone because now whenever i try there is some or the other error can anyone help me ?
    Do u have TinyUmbrella installed? If so, it's probably because your 'hosts' file has been modified so Apple won't be able to verify/complete the Restore...

    I'm really starting to hate TinyUmbrella

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    Quote Originally Posted by thazsar View Post
    Wow!
    Okay, it sounds like you need to do a clean restore.

    BTW, do u need an unlock or not?

    -First, put ur phone in 'regular' DFU mode:
    (power for 5sec - power and home for 10sec - home for 10sec).

    -Second, open TU and under Advanced, uncheck the Cydia/Hosts file box

    -Third, Google: Edit Hosts File for (Windows or Mac)

    -Fourth, remove Sauriks string (74.xxx.xxx gs.apple.xxx) from the Hosts file & SAVE the newly Edited Hosts file!!!!! (Win Vista & 7 require you to open the file as Administrator)

    -Fifth, reboot the Computer

    -Sixth, check the Hosts file again to make sure Sauriks string is gone.

    -Seventh, restore from iTunes as normal

    -Eighth, you might need TU or RecBoot to EXIT Recovery Mode if you get a 1015 or 1013 Error.

    Let us know...











    worked perfectly fine...thanks alot

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