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    Default I will pay you to fix my iphone-endless reboot
    OK my iphone is stuck in a endless reboot loop with kernel.
    as seen here [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdCBt3VBqow"]YouTube - iPhone Restore Problem with iTunes 7.4[/ame]

    i have gone through the steps i've found on hackintosh with apptapp and using terminal to ./iphonecomm -s 4 and all that but it's not working.

    my iphone is running 1.02 and was unlocked via the guide on this website with iunlock etc. i was having problems when i installed summerboard but managed to fix it. then the other week i had more problems my phone was running slow etc. so i restored with a newer itunes and the older independnace and this happened.

    i can get into restore mode with a yellow tringale and itunes will recognizes the iphone as been in recovery mode i can restore software 1.02 but it just ends up rebooting the same as before.

    if you fix my phone i'll pay via paypal to your email.

    i just want my iphone working don't have another phone at the moement so i'm gutted.

    please help.

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    try a restore to the 1.1.1. software and let me know.

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    I had same problem. use the iBrickr .91 to reboot
    let me know it is ok
    Last edited by deedeedee; 2007-11-27 at 06:30 AM.

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    just tried to use ibrickr .91 it said attempting to fix then it just rebooted again with the scrolling writing again back to square one.

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    In the iBrickr folder your will find the executable iphoneinterface.exe.

    1. Connect the iPhone to the PC.
    2. Close iTunes.
    3. Double click iphoneinterface.exe in the iBrickr folder.
    4. enter command "enterrecovery" and press enter.
    5. Your iPhone should be in restore mode again.

    Start up iBrickr and see what it says. If it gives you the option to restore 1.0.2, do so.
    No need to run anySIM!

    If iBrickr doesn't give you that option, restore to 1.0.2 with iTunes (shift restore and select the 1.0.2 firmware file).
    Use this firmware file: http://modmyi.com/forums/downloads.php?do=file&id=479
    After restore run iBrickr to jailbreak the iPhone.

    What ever you do, don't restore to a higher firmware version than 1.0.2!

    Fresh...
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    cool thanks for that fresh, I'm at work at the moment. so I'll try this when i get home.

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    its not working for me

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    what does iBrickr say when you connect the rebooting iPhone to the PC?
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    it says that there is not an iphone connected

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    i dont got a mac

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    already tried the atlas iphone endless phone reboot, didn't work for me. thanks for the tip though

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    Connect your iPhone to the computer.
    Did you try holding down the power button and home button at the same time?
    As soon as the screen turns black, release the power button and keep on holding the home button pressed until the iPhone enters recovery mode.
    This whole process can take up to 30 seconds.

    If you succeed tell me what iBrickr (PC) and iTunes tell you.
    Last edited by Fresh; 2007-11-28 at 04:09 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresh View Post
    Connect your iPhone to the computer.
    Did you try holding down the power button and home button at the same time?
    As soon as the screen turns black, release the power button and keep on holding the home button pressed until the iPhone enters recovery mode.
    This whole process can take up to 30 seconds.

    If you succeed tell me what iBrickr (PC) and iTunes tell you.
    ok i did what you said with ibrickr
    i get the following messtages from the terminal

    s_logging in restore.log 0
    s_I NEED A WAY TO EXIT THIS MODE
    S_to exit, you need to do a full restore
    r_recovery

    this is all i get.

    i can do a full restore with itunes but it still enters the same reboot loop

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    try installing wininstaller. I had the same issue n that fixed it.
    tell me if it worked for u.

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    I had this same problem this afternoon with my iPhone, launch iTunes pop the phone in the dock and keep the home button depressed until you get to the restore screen.

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    Guys I have the same problem and I can't get it connected or pluged because it keeps rebooting .. and even if I get it in safa mode the iphone get disconnected when I run itunes for restoring or ibrick ....

    and it has to be plugged to be turned on if I un plug it it wouldn't turn on ... Please tell what did go wrong ... and by the way that happned when I was trying to restore it using itunes ... I have 1.0.2 iphone

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