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    Default What is going on here?
    OK Can someone please explain to me why I cant get my iPh4 CDMA device to shift restore back to a clean 4.2.8?


    I have been trying to restore to the official 4.2.8 for days and finally updated to 4.2.10.
    What was happening is I get trapped after all is done at the recovery mode screen.


    I have read so so many threads on downgrading and have tried the following:
    TinyUmbrella for the SHSH that are saved to run the TSS server.
    redsn0w to get me into DFU mode which it is.
    iREB-r4, as well as fixrecovery-win, to get out of the recovery mode (didn't working).


    I missed having a jailbroken phone after updating to 4.2.10, so I tried to generate and install sn0wbreeze 4.2.8 which WORKED (used it in the past).
    The problem is that I wanted to restore and use jailbreakme3.com
    It seemed less problematic for me at least.


    Am I missing something????
    Can we no longer restore to the official 4.2.8, or for that matter I also tried 4.2.7?


    Can anyone help me to understand what I need to do, and why doesnt it work with the official 4.2.8?
    Should I just stay with the sn0wbreeze restore file even though I seem to get a lot of resprings when I use it?
    Or do I have a choice?


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    Have you tried restoring to custom firmware of 4.2.8 and you need your saved blob for verification, otherwise 4.2.10 will be your firmware.

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