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After jalbreaking with redsn0w rebooted with a white screen and some moving lines,tryed to turn it off but the red slide bar did not appear so i pressed power and...
09-16-2011, 07:11 AM #13GS Black screen,in recovery mode
After jalbreaking with redsn0w rebooted with a white screen and some moving lines,tryed to turn it off but the red slide bar did not appear so i pressed power and home buttons together and turned off.
When i tryed to turn it on,nothing appened,connected it to iTunes and recognized it as "iPhone" in recovery mode and in need of restore.
Could never restore it with all kind of procedure,in some case came on with a white screen when restoring,but would never complete.Alwayis errors 21,1601,1394 etc.
Is any problem with hardware ? Replaced the battery but same results.
Thank you for any help.
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Now when pressing power button the red battery icon comes on the screen.
Plug in the charger and changes to charging but will never show the green battery icon (not even the red) after a while.
Only pressing power and home buttons togheter comes on with a white screen,sometimes with the iTunes plug in screen.
10-09-2011, 11:39 PM #10
You said that you saved the blobs and tried restoring with TSS on. Did you try updating to the latest iOS? If you have the blobs saved you'll be able to downgrade later, but if you get the same errors trying to restore to the one Apple is currently signing you can rule out authentication issues.
and what you're describing sounds similar to something I saw on a customer's device where they had "successfully" restored their iPhone to an earlier iOS however they didn't have the blobs saved, so after they Jailbroke it to get past the Recovery screen they were constantly in DFU every time they rebooted with no apple showing on the screen at any point.