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Hi all, my phone keeps rebooting itself over and over and iTunes is not recognizing it anymore[because it keeps rebooting and never loads the OS], after my stupidity of "Reseting
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    Unhappy iBrick after reseting a jailbroken iPhone
    Hi all, my phone keeps rebooting itself over and over and iTunes is not recognizing it anymore[because it keeps rebooting and never loads the OS], after my stupidity of "Reseting All Settings" on my iPhone 3g jailbroken.

    I went to Settings/Reset/Reset all Settings on my iPhone, thinking that it would only delete it's content. Now I got an iBrick. I know!! My fault on doing stuff without researching before.

    Does anyone knows what should I do in order to bring it back to life?

    Thanks in advance.

    Mauricio

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    Place the phone into DFU mode and restore it in itunes.

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    Thanks for the prompt feedback CPJr, but how can I do that? DCU mode.

    thanks, it worked!!!
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    Sounds like you got it goin.

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