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    Default No service (quickpwn)
    Quote Originally Posted by dirrtybirdy View Post
    I didnt do anything. It worked just fine for a couple months. Then i noticed that it would get a "no service" signal for a a couple minutes and come back in through out the day. Till finally it just stopped all together. I switched the sims with other tmobile phones to see if it was only mine, but all with the same conclusion. No Service!

    So i just used my old phone for a week or so and tried my iphone again. It worked! but only for a week or so. Now its been off for more than a month. I try it every once in a while but it ends up with the same results. I tried rebooting it then unlocking several times with different software.

    im totally lost.
    I have no idea what to do. I just restored/upgraded everything and its still not getting service! anyone know what to do?

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    My iPhone is a Part of Me IvanPK's Avatar
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    What firmware are you running, did you use yellowsnow or a turbo-sim type thing, etc?

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    firmware is 2.2.1

    i used quickpwn with tmobile sim

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    It's hardware failure. Your phone is most likely toast. A restore re-writes 100% of all the programing and software that runs your iPhone. If this doesn't fix the problem then by default it MUST be hardware.

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    Is there any way to fix this?

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    Unless you know what part is faulty it's just a guessing game. The logic board for a first generation phone is about $100. There are lots of youtube videos on how to replace this but you need a little technical knowledge and will have to manually solder your battery. Your best bet is to buy a used iPhone for a good deal.

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    Thanks for all the help guys! I guess my iphone will be used for music and internet now. =(

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