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Thread: Need Major Help with iPhone 2G... ='(

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    Default Need Major Help with iPhone 2G... ='(
    Here is a few things i tried...

    -Tried 3 Different USB Cables
    -4 Different USB Ports
    -Clicking On Just Store Restore (so that it downloads the ipsw from APPL)
    -SHIFT + Restore pointed to Factory IPSW, tried All 3.X.X Versions
    -SHIFT + Restore pointed to Custom IPSW
    -DFU Mode to Factory IPSWs
    -DFU Mode Pointed to Custom IPSW
    -Tiny Umbrella To Exit Recovery & Fix Recovery & Each time it did not work.

    I would either get a Error 14 or a error 1600. I did notice a pattern that when the phone is NOT in DFU mode to restore, I get error 1600, but if the screen is displaying "connect to iTunes picture" then I'll get a error 14.

    I really don't know what else to do.

    Any help is greatly appreciated!




    Here is my iRecovery Logs:

    =======================================
    ::
    :: iBoot for m68ap, Copyright 2009, Apple Inc.
    ::
    :: BUILD_TAG: iBoot-636.66
    ::
    :: BUILD_STYLE: RELEASE
    ::
    :: USB_SERIAL_NUMBER: CPID:8900 CPRV:20 CPFM:03 SCEP:05 BDID:00 ECID:00000036A4139D0D IBFL:01 SRNM:[5K8419NYWH8]
    ::
    =======================================

    [FTL:MSG] Apple NAND Driver (AND) RO
    [NAND] Device ID 0xa585d598
    [NAND] BANKS_TOTAL 4
    [NAND] BLOCKS_PER_BANK 8320
    [NAND] PAGES_PER_BANK 1064960
    [NAND] SECTORS_PER_PAGE 4
    [NAND] BYTES_PER_SPARE 64
    [FTL:MSG] FIL_Init [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] BUF_Init [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] FPart Init [OK]
    read old style signature 0x43303035 (line:371)
    [FTL:MSG] VFL Register [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] VFL Init [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] VFL_Open [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] FTL Register [OK]
    [FTL:WRN] Failure running _LoadFTLCxt!
    [FTL:WRN] Recovering NAND Data Structures - this will take some time!
    [FTL:WRN] _FTLRestore OK!
    [FTL:MG] FTL_Open [OK]
    Boot Failure Count: 0 Panic Fail Count: 0
    Delaying boot for 0 seconds. Hit enter to break into the command prompt...
    HFSInitPartition: 0x1807f680
    Entering recovery mode, starting command prompt
    printenv
    ] setenv auto-boot true
    ] saveenv
    ] /exit
    Closing USB connection...

    Thanks Again In Advance.

    -integlspwr

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    Have you tried on a different computer ? If your iPhone 2g has no hardware issue, you should be able to restore to stock 3.1.3 and arrive at Emergency screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iYeow View Post
    Have you tried on a different computer ? If your iPhone 2g has no hardware issue, you should be able to restore to stock 3.1.3 and arrive at Emergency screen.
    Yes i tried with a Mac & PC and getting the same results for both.

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    Possible hardware issue.

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    thats my conclusion also. ='(

    Quote Originally Posted by iYeow View Post
    Possible hardware issue.

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    Error 14 has been known to correspond with USB failures, either on the PC side, or on the device. Judging by your extensive attempts to restore using multiple computers, cables, and ports... my gut instinct is there's a hardware failure. You can double-check the iTunes restore logs (~/Library/Logs/iPhone Updater Logs/ on OS X ; %AppData%\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPhone Updater Logs on Windows), but I don't have a good feeling about this.

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    I have since posited the phone on craigslist as a parts phone.

    Thanks everyone for the responses!

    Quote Originally Posted by Orby View Post
    Error 14 has been known to correspond with USB failures, either on the PC side, or on the device. Judging by your extensive attempts to restore using multiple computers, cables, and ports... my gut instinct is there's a hardware failure. You can double-check the iTunes restore logs (~/Library/Logs/iPhone Updater Logs/ on OS X ; %AppData%\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPhone Updater Logs on Windows), but I don't have a good feeling about this.

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