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Thread: 1.1.1 Can you revert to 1.0.2?

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    Default 1.1.1 Can you revert to 1.0.2?
    Lets say I buy a phone from Apple next week and I get it home to discover 1.1.1 is already there... can I use iTunes and "option/shift" click on update and revert to 1.0.2 (...then unlock it as normal)? I already have 1.0.2 firmware files in my iTunes Library.

    Or is there something about the 1.1.1 update that prevents you from "downgrding" your firmware?

    somehere says they have done it (see the first post on pg 36 of the 1.1.1 thread) anyone else?
    Last edited by jacobzking; 09-28-2007 at 03:04 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    No Jacob you are boned. Best to try and get one that you know is not running the new firmware (like from a reputable ebay seller) and one that has not been unlocked.

    Once you go 1.1.1 you don't come back. Last thing you want to be doing is standing in a front yard in Texas screaming NOOOOOOOOOOO at the sky
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    Quote Originally Posted by one1 View Post
    No Jacob you are boned. Best to try and get one that you know is not running the new firmware (like from a reputable ebay seller) and one that has not been unlocked.

    Once you go 1.1.1 you don't come back. Last thing you want to be doing is standing in a front yard in Texas screaming NOOOOOOOOOOO at the sky
    has anyone tried : http://coolblog.profit42.com/2007/09...latest-anysim/
    ???
    its for restoration and unlock, if you follow upto step 7 users should be able to revert to old firmware v1.0.2 (which'll allow 3rd party apps)..

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    Yes you now can do it. See the numerous posts.

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