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Thread: Help : iPhone will not restore/start correctly

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    Exclamation Help : iPhone will not restore/start correctly
    Just the other day my iPhone started experiencing random restarts and at that point I was starting to think the phone just needed to be restored.

    So I went home and restored it to the newest version I have... 2.2.1 although it was still restarting although much more. It would restart while the apple symbol was seen and not always load.

    After trying to restore to a few different firmwares including which were not always custom using Pwnage I am now at the point where i believe it is on version 1.1.1 although not 100% and I only can let it restart a zillion times or see the usb cord pointing to the iTunes symbol. Also when I try to restore it to another firmware I get the loving 21 and 1..6 errors...


    During the day today I was lucky to get an error which included some of this.. I did not have a chance to write it ALL down...
    Darwin Kernel Version 9
    iboot-385.49
    Dumping thread state and stacks

    task 0xc08b6ce8: 550 pages, 50 threadsid 0: kernel_task
    thread 0x00000000 rl: 0x
    panic: we are hanging here.....uation 0xc
    It would be great if someone knew what I could do to try and fix this!!! It hurts not to have a phone nor iPod....

    [I did my best to find a cure before posting this and sorry if this is not the best place for this post.]
    Last edited by Munzo; 2009-05-22 at 12:56 AM.

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    Put the phone in DFU mode...black screen. Then install f/w 2.2.1!

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    Care to use a bit more detail for me please?

    I'm having troubles as it is trying to get it into DFU mode never mind actually restore it!

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    Good job, so it is back up and running?

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    Try this....Its from cpjr.

    The correct way to DFU mode:

    1. Itunes open, phone off and plugged in.

    2. Hold POWER button for 5 seconds.

    3. WITHOUT letting go of POWER, now hold HOME button for 10 seconds (both held)

    4. Let go of POWER, CONTINUE to hold HOME button until itunes recognizes phone (another 10-20 secs)

    Try this....Its from cpjr.

    The correct way to DFU mode:

    1. Itunes open, phone off and plugged in.

    2. Hold POWER button for 5 seconds.

    3. WITHOUT letting go of POWER, now hold HOME button for 10 seconds (both held)

    4. Let go of POWER, CONTINUE to hold HOME button until itunes recognizes phone (another 10-20 secs)
    Last edited by Zwayne; 2009-05-22 at 02:29 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    I followed that Zwayne although I still get the usb cable pointing towards the iTunes symbol... (repeated a few times to try and resolve if it was me... )

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    The screen will be black if it is in DFU mode.

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    Is there any other options or methods that may work?

    Sorry to double post but I restored my iPhone again (not using dfu nor cracked version) and got this error message on start up...
    panic(cpu 0 caller 0xC0068D44): "kernel abort type 4: fault_type=0x3, fault_addr=0x4n" "r0: 0x00000000 r1: 0xe00aaacc r2: 0xe00aaacc r3: 0xc0210c20n" "r4: 0x00000004 r5: 0x00000000 r6: 0xc02109 r7: 0xe368f0d4n" "r8: 0xc0210c00 r9: 0xc01f9e1c r10: 0xc021093c r11: 0xc021066cn" "12: 0x00000064 sp: 0xc0200350 lr: 0x0051fb3 pc: 0xc0051fden" "cpsr: 0x8000000b3 fsr: 0x0000000805 far: 0x00000004n"@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-1228.7.37/osfmk/arm/trap.c:354
    Debugger message: panic
    OS version: Not set yet
    Kerne version: Darwin Kernel Version 9.4.1: Mon Dec 8 20:59:30 PST 2008; rootnu-1228.7.37~4/RELEASE_ARM_S5L8900X
    iBoot version: iBoot-385.49
    secure boot?: YES
    Paniclog version: 1

    ********** Dumping thread state and stacks ***********

    Task 0xc08b6ce8: 125 pages, 7 threads: unknown task
    >>>>>>>thread 0xc01f9e1c
    >>>>>>> kernel backtrace e368ef7c
    panic: we are hanging here...uation: 0xc

    then I turned it off and on and I got this...

    panic(cpu 0 caller 0xC0068D44): "stack_alloc: kernel_memory_allocate"@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-1228.7.37/osfmk/kern/stack.c:137
    Debugger message: panic
    OS version: Not set yet
    Kerne version: Darwin Kernel Version 9.4.1: Mon Dec 8 20:59:30 PST 2008; rootnu-1228.7.37~4/RELEASE_ARM_S5L8900X
    iBoot version: iBoot-385.49
    secure boot?: YES
    Paniclog version: 1
    Task 0xc08b6ce8: 595 pages, 53 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
    thread 0xe028d040
    kernel backtrace: eb2dfdac
    lr: 0xc00670b5 fp: 0xeb2dfddc
    (Keeps going on for four more than...)
    lr: 0xc002819f fp: 0xeb2dfe80
    panic: We are hanging here...uation: 0xc
    Last edited by Munzo; 2009-05-23 at 01:15 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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