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    Default Ridiculous boot error
    So a few months ago I was having problems with my 3GS. I updated to 4.3.3 and my phone no longer was getting a signal and the battery would drain extremely fast.
    What I tried to do was downgrade to 4.1 through the use of Redsn0w, since I had done it before.

    Well my iphone reboots and I am getting a ?kernel? error?
    Im getting an error message at the bottom that says - panic: we are hanging here...41x00000000
    It will not get past this screen and I am wondering if this is fixable.
    Computer will not detect that the iPhone is connected via usb.

    Here is a picture of the problem.

    Last edited by bambam922; 2011-09-05 at 07:08 PM.

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    Does not look good Were there any iTunes errors?

    A 4.1 restore is fairly straight-forward. Re-download the 4.1 firmware (link below) and try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mes View Post
    Does not look good Were there any iTunes errors?

    A 4.1 restore is fairly straight-forward. Re-download the 4.1 firmware (link below) and try again.
    I think there was an iTunes error, but as I said this was a few months ago.
    I am trying to get this fixed so I can give it to a friend.

    I cannot connect it to my computer at all as the computer cant detect it.

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    When you updated to 4.3.3 the baseband/modem firmware was updated. Ultrasn0w can not unlock current basebands.

    If you want to try again, re-download everything fresh.

    For iOS 4.1, you need the iOS, redsn0w 0.9.6rc8, and Tiny Umbrella.

    See if you can completely power-off the device. Hold power + home button for 6-8 seconds.
    ... You should hear a high-low computer sound as confirmation.

    Remove all gs.apple.com entries from your hosts file either by:
    .... editing the file
    .... or ....
    .... Use TU, adv tab, uncheck 'set Host to Cydia on exit', exit TU

    Shift / select / restore 4.1 w/iTunes
    If iTunes Error 10xx, use TU 'exit recovery' (not fix recovery). If 'exit recovery' is dim (unavailable) the restore was not successful.

    Jailbreak with redsn0w 'install Cydia'.

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    The iphone will only completely turn off when it is unplugged.
    the second I plug my usb cable into it, it instant boots and I get stuck on the same screen.

    I used TU and uncheck the 'set Host to Cydia on exit' box.

    Also how am I supposed to restore with iTunes when the computer doesnt recognize the device?

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    Did you try it? If you tried, and iTunes still does not prompt for a restore ....

    Plug in the phone, close iTunes if open
    Use redsn0w, and follow the count-down timer to enter 'pwnd-DFU' mode.
    Then continue as before.

    If that doesn't work, are you on Windows?
    Download USBDview (free), connect your device, and look at the connected USB devices.
    You should see a connected Apple device in recovery or DFU mode.

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    We might have a breakthrough here.
    I managed to kick it into DFU mode and my computer detected it! (I had to do it while plugged in)
    iTunes is currently downloading the most current firmware.

    I will update to tell you if it works.

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    Progress

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    The iPhone "iPhone" could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (3194).

    I don't wanna screw anything else up!

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    Error 3194 is an authorization error.
    It means iTunes can not contact the Apple server to get permission to restore.

    This will happen when one or more lines containing "gs.apple.com" are in the hosts file.
    Re-check and delete all lines containing gs.apple.com.
    Last edited by Mes; 2011-09-05 at 08:02 PM.

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    Fixed.

    thanks for all of your help and quick responses!

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    Congratulations

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