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    Default iPhone wont exit recovery mode.
    iPhone 3G will not exit recovery mode? Have tried a crapload of programs, have don the hard reset, but still no success. I don't want to upgrade to 4.1 not because of no jailbreak, but because the unlock will go away. Please help.. Thanks.

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    have you tried firmware umbrella? it may help to list what you HAVE tried
    60% of the time, it works every time.

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    Yeah, I've tried TinyUmbrella, iFuntastic, "Terminal" Commands, tried to kick it out with blackra1n, used RecBoot, IDeviceRecovery, probaly like one or two more, but can't remember.

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    Uninstall mobilesubstrate, it will take out all mobilesubstrate add-ons with it also. Then reinstall things one by one.

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    No, I'm referring to "Recovery" mode, as the Connect to iTunes Screen. Not when springboard fails & crash's. Sorry for the wrong explanation.

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    Ah sorry. I read it wrong. If it's stuck in recovery mode all you will be able to do is restore. You can restore to any 3.x firmware on a 3G with no problem. If you have shsh's saved for 4.0 or 4.0.1 you can restore to those.

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    just use tiny umbrella and

    "kick out of recovery"

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    I had the same problem and TinyUmbrella did the job. At first the 'kick phone out of recovery' button was grayed out because iPhone was connected to USB in PCMCIA cardbus adapter. When I connected directly to USB on back of laptop the button enabled and phone came out of recovery mode.

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