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Thread: Upgradation from 1.02. to 1.1.4

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    Default Upgradation from 1.02. to 1.1.4
    Hi there

    we were using a unlocked version 1.0.2 iphone and we try to upgrade to 1.1.4 using ziphone v 2.6 now the modem firmware shows 04.04.05_G but still the version shows as 1.0.2 (1C28) still the phone works but i can only accept calls if i make any calls the receiver is not able to hear my voice any suggestion to upgrade the version and rectify the problem.


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    Did you shift-restore from DFU mode?

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    did you revirginize your phone prior to updating? it may have been necessary depending on what version of unlock method you used for your 1.0.2

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    It looks like you did an upgrade instead of a RESTORE as recommended.

    Cut and paste from the Troubleshoot folder that comes with ziphone:
    This was from ziphone 2.5 so that's why it says 1.1.3 instead of 1.1.4.

    I) Other Jailbreaks

    The most common source of problems is running ZiPhone after using other 1.1.3
    jailbreak solutions. The best case is to run ZiPhone on a cleanly restored 1.1.3
    phone. Other configurations that are known to work include starting with a 1.1.1 phone or oktoprep 1.1.2, possibly then updated to 1.1.3
    using iTunes.

    It you start with a "Nate" or "Official Dev Team" jailbreak of 1.1.3, it's important
    that you tell iTunes to treat the phone as a NEW phone. That is, do not restore
    your existing phone's settings and configuration to the ZiPhone jailbroken phone.
    Restoring settings from other jailbreaks is *known* to cause problems.

    If your phone is behaving badly after two different 1.1.3 jailbreaks, your best bet
    is to restore to a clean 1.1.3 install with iTunes and then run ZiPhone. Clicking
    the Restore button in iTunes should get you started. When prompted about backing up
    settings, choose "Do Not Backup". You WILL lose your settings on your phone, but any
    contacts or other data synced to your PC will be synced back when your restore is

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