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Thread: Exit iPhone's "Recovery Mode" ?????

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    Exclamation Exit iPhone's "Recovery Mode" ?????
    My iPhone: (1.0.2)
    SIM: Cingular (Jailbreaked)

    The phone was running fine, but one App froze my iPhone, and now I got to the point of no return... "(!) Please Connect to iTunes"

    ... or isn't?

    There is any way to exit iPhone's "Recovery Mode" that eventually will brick the iPhone?

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    hold sleep and home button again until u see your phone turn off then release it
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    No, doesn't work.

    I've been trying this method too...

    Mac:
    - Download iPHUC and run it.
    - You should get a recovery mode prompt.
    - Type "cmd setenv auto-boot true" and hit enter.
    - Type "cmd saveenv" and hit enter.
    - Type "cmd fsboot" and hit enter.
    - Your phone will boot properly.


    But I got this message: "Segmentation fault"


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    ahh sucks man it looks like my second iphone that I had which was dead when it's like that.
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    Well... this is what I have on Terminal now:

    Referenced from: /Users/POST1/phonedmg/./iphuc
    Expected in: /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib

    dyld: Symbol not found: _getopt$UNIX2003
    Referenced from: /Users/POST1/phonedmg/./iphuc
    Expected in: /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib


    Any help... if not, who knows.

    F*U*C*K* you Apple!

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