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  1. #1
    Default ibrickr
    alright, plain and simple...

    does it really take like 30 minutes for ibrickr to extract firmware files..or am i doing something wrong..lol



    finally got it!
    i looked at arthursdomains moding iphone 101 instead and worked perfect
    thanks again man!!
    Last edited by McGeeTM; 09-19-2007 at 05:49 PM.
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  2. #2
    Usually if it hangs, close it and re-try.
    =D

  3. #3
    alright i just did that but ill try again
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  4. #4
    Lol.. just be patient =]

    It is all worth it in the endd...

  5. #5
    would it matter if i restored it or not, i just bought the iphone yesterday, everything is up to date...and didnt do the restore since its right out the box with no numbers,ects..

    or does it need the info that it gathers when u do the "restore"
    Last edited by McGeeTM; 09-18-2007 at 10:02 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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  6. #6
    I'd do a restore.
    It doesn'y hurt and besides taking a little bit of time, is going to help.
    (Plus you'll make sure you have the latest firmware)

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  8. #7
    alright, yeah its firmware 1.02 or w.e lol
    ill cancel out of ibrickr and do a restore, and try all over...
    thanks again

    ill post update when its done, whats the usual time for ibrickr anyways?
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  9. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by McGeeTM View Post
    would it matter if i restored it or not, i just bought the iphone yesterday, everything is up to date...and didnt do the restore since its right out the box with no numbers,ects..

    or does it need the info that it gathers when u do the "restore"

    I had the same problem.... make sure you are on an account on your computer that has Administrator privledges. Also, make sure you are turning off ituneshelper.exe. by pressing cntrl+alt+delete.

  10. #9
    hmm just got some error when i was doing restore, about 10 mins into it, it said..error..something about my network not connected? lol ohhhh lord

    nvm i got it..lol

    alright i gave up after 30 mins..ill try it 2morrow, but i wanna see something..

    when its extracting files..is it downloading from internet? or something else? if its the internet then thats why...lol
    Last edited by McGeeTM; 09-18-2007 at 10:58 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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  11. #10
    ibrickr needs to download the firmware from Apple's website and then installed the firmware on the iphone as well as jailbreaks it. So yes you do need to have the internet working to be able to download the firmware.

    - Garrett

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  13. #11
    thanks man! trying it now...
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  14. #12
    I've asked this before and haven't gotten a response that has helped so thought I would ask again.

    I am trying to download iBricker from http://cre.ations.net/creation/ibrickr

    When I hit the download hot link, a new page opens up with the same page again...but no opportunity to download.

    Am I doing something wrong? Is there another place I could download this from?

    Thanks in Advance!

  15. #13
    almost 2 hours...is this normal?
    i have dsl ultra..the not fastest but second fastest..



    but cruggiero make sure u have winrar or another type of unzipping program
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