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Thread: Question, How to restore to 100% factory 1.1.2

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    Default Question, How to restore to 100% factory 1.1.2
    Hey guys i've searched the forum for quiet awhile before deciding to post about this,

    I have a iPhone with FW 1.1.2, and before i take it to the Apple store i want to restore it to 100% factory settings, that way the filesystem will be fresh and they won't question anything,

    the best idea i found would to enter DFU mode and restore the iphone to a higher firmware, but i'm not sure if this would remove everything,

    awhile ago i installed the preferences hack ( which i regret )
    and you know how you can touch the battery icon to change it to show you the percentage in numbers.

    well when i restore my phone that stays, and is a big give away that i've jailbroken my phone before.

    any help would be awesome!

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    My iPhone is a Part of Me lillewis51's Avatar
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    upgrade to 1.1.3 or 4 and then ziphone refirbish. then restore back to 1.1.3 or 4

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    Use Ziphone refurbish and it will go back yo 1.1.2 as if you have never touched it.

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    I downloaded ZiPhone for windows, but i don't see a refurbish option?

    Is it named something else?

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    Also, make sure you delete your backup in iTunes. While this does contain Notes and SMS, etc, it also contains preferences and the like from applications installed off of Installer. To delete it, go into iTunes Preferences, click the iPhone tab, find your backup, and click delete.

    - John

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