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I have a 3G on 4.2.1, 5.15.04 baseband, 6.4 bootloader that I am going to sell. Besides individually removing all apps I have installed, is there an easier way to
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    Default How to clean up iPhone that's jailbroken that I'm going to sell?
    I have a 3G on 4.2.1, 5.15.04 baseband, 6.4 bootloader that I am going to sell. Besides individually removing all apps I have installed, is there an easier way to reset the phone so it doesn't contain of my personal info while keeping the jailbreak so I can sell it?

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    Restore it

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    OK, so just restore through iTunes, and then re-jailbreak? Shouldn't be any issues being on 4.2.1 and 5.15.04 baseband?

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    if you have shsh blobs, you should be able to restore with the same custom 4.2.1 firmware 5.15.04 baseband, 6.4 bootloader. if you dont have shsh blobs saved. i would just use winscp and remove pictures and contacts. else remove them manually.

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    3g iphone highest firmware is 4.2.1 and therefore no need to save shsh blob. You can restore to 4.2.1 anytime and let apple verify your restore.

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    Don't forget to setup as new, not restore from previous backup.
    Contact me to "factory unlock" any iPhone!

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