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    Default stuck at apple screen
    so i had originally had a 1.1.1 iphone that i downgraded to 1.0.2 and unlocked by downgrading the baseband.
    Then i revirginized the iphone and upgraded to 1.1.1 and i used carnival and anySIM to unlock.
    i had to rename my media folder to mediaold because it only showed me 300 mb.
    everything was working fine until i was installing a new keyboard skin that i downloaded off installer.
    when i finished downloading it said that i didnt have enough space for more apps. i uninstalled some things and returned to home screen. i popped up customize and installed the new keyboard skin.
    when i tryed to text someone the loading swirl would come up and then it went back to the slide to unlock screen. to fix this i tryed restoring using itunes.
    t successfully restored back and i tryed to jailbreak/activate it using appsnap. i used all the instructions on after i pressed appsnap i waited until the iphone restarted on its own. once it did, it never stopped.
    my iphone is stuck in endless reboot.
    it turns on showing the apple logo, minutes later it shows the loading swirl. then seconds later the loading swirl freezes, another couple minutes go by, and it restarts and the process begins all over.

    i have no idea what to do. i have tooken my iphone once already to the apple store to get replaced for a hardware difficulty. i have tryed to pull the iphone into a recovery mode but all attempts have failed. can anyone help clarify what im doing wrong or what i could to fix this problem? thanks in advance.

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    my phone was doing that endless loop as well. I think when it was restarting, I just held the home and sleep button, and kept holding them down until it turned off completely. Then I restarted the phone, and as SOON as it loaded to the home screen, held down both the home and sleep button, and continued to hold until it went into restore mode. Then I just restored the phone again, and all went well.

    just a FYI. If you have wifi available, I'd go with the method. You bypass the whole media.old mess, and you're pretty much solid after that.
    Last edited by dictionary; 2007-11-08 at 06:24 AM. Reason: more info

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    u are **** u will never fix it i read this in a blog from the dev team

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