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    Default iPhone keeps restarting after turning wifi on
    Hey Guys,

    i'm a new user on here but i've read some helpful things on here and this is why i've come here for my problem. i have a week 50 iPhone which was on 1.1.2 up until a week ago until i decided to upgrade to 1.1.4. My problem stems from 1.1.2 to 1.1.4.

    I've been using my unlocked iPhone since February with no problems at all until 2 weeks ago when i started noticing that i couldn't connect to any wifi hotspots. while i was on vacation in switzerland i tried connecting to a wifi connection and the minute it connected my phone would restart. so i let it restart and tried again and same thing happened. i left it alone until i returned home and tried connecting to my home network which i was using before i left and same thing happened, my phone restarted.

    so i did some researched and decided to upgrade to 1.1.4 and used iLiberty+ to a/j/u and once it finished the process and sync'd it with itunes i tried connecting to my wifi and again my phone restarted. i've reset my network settings and still it doesn't work

    does anyone have any solution to this? or is this simply a hardware issue? and if it's a hardware issue i'm screwed!

    thanks in advance!

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    Restore it again, and then use Ziphone.

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    i've read that Ziphone can mess things up

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    Quote Originally Posted by bear85 View Post
    i've read that Ziphone can mess things up
    Yes, it can. Use iLiberty+ it is much safer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flattop95 View Post
    Yes, it can. Use iLiberty+ it is much safer.
    I did use iLiberty+
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