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Thread: Need some help! 3GS Jailbreak - Stuck in Restore Mode

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    Default Need some help! 3GS Jailbreak - Stuck in Restore Mode
    Ok, so this phone was originally on 4.3.5...I put it in Pwnd DFU and restored to 4.1 through iTunes...however, after 1015 error I went to kick it out of restore mode with TU and it won't get out of restore mode. It is stuck. What now?

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    Try restoring again , exit recovery should do it.

    Don't confuse iTunes cable logo with emergency screen.

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    I have this problem! First it was only if I tried to restore to 4.2.1 but then it was any firmware. I believe it has to do with the baseband part of the restore. Custom firmware should fix the problem. Let me know if that works!

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    What problems are you having ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iYeow View Post
    Sorry, what is your problem ?
    After he tries to downgrade he gets the typical 1015 error. Usually exit recovery in TU fixes that. 1015 is an error at the restore bb part of restore. For some reason instead of getting a successful restore without the bb part, you get an unsuccessful one lol. Custom firmware should bypass the failure.

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    I thought you have a problem, i didn't know you were giving advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by iYeow View Post
    I thought you have a problem, i didn't know you were giving advice
    Lol sorry not my issue jus have had it before so I was pretty sure I knew the problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by harner818 View Post
    Lol sorry not my issue jus have had it before so I was pretty sure I knew the problem
    Actually, the reason why you were having trouble with the 4.2.1 and had to use custom firmware is because Apple is no longer signing the 4.2.1 firmware.

    All I had to do to fix the issue was to restore again as YEOW recommended. For some reason it didn't seem to take properly the first time. I appreciate the interest though.

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