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    Default Accidentally turned wiFi off
    Accidentally turned wifi off and added a bad lockdownd file. I have a good lockdownd file but I dont' know how to get it on the iphone. I have a USB connection working though. What can I do? Options?

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    Go to settings> general> network> wifi> turn it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwayne View Post
    Go to settings> general> network> wifi> turn it on.
    sorry. was not clear. Now, When I turn on the phone, I am at the screen that wants me to plug the iphone into the computer and when I do that, I get a screen in iTunes telling me I need to take my phone to teh apple store.

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    Did you try to restore the phone?

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    guess I can do that but I have a jailbroken 1.1.3 that I'd rather not mess with if I can just get the lockdownd file on there by USB.

    incidentally, should I restore to 1.1.2? 1.1.1?

    guess I can do that but I have a jailbroken 1.1.3 that I'd rather not mess with if I can just get the lockdownd file on there by USB.

    incidentally, should I restore to 1.1.2? 1.1.1?

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    guess I can do that but I have a jailbroken 1.1.3 that I'd rather not mess with if I can just get the lockdownd file on there by USB.

    incidentally, should I restore to 1.1.2? 1.1.1?

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    I wonder if you could use ibrickr to upload the file? v.0.91

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwayne View Post
    I wonder if you could use ibrickr to upload the file? v.0.91
    success!! thank you for ending a very tense 20 minutes! thats enough iphone for today.

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    So that did the trick?

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    yup, problem solved. old ibrickr let me upload files on to the iphone via USB

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