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Thread: cannot build custom ipsw file on winpwn.

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    Default cannot build custom ipsw file on winpwn.
    I've used custom boot logos, I haven't and I've tried to save in many places. It keeps getting stuck on "Rebuilding Root FileSystem". Any suggestions?
    AND REMEMBER, "IF YOU DON'T SUCCEED AT FIRST, LOWER YOUR STANDARDS."

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    i get the same problem, it fails to create a IPSW at that stage!

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    try to create the ipsw without the custom images... what version of windows are you using?

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    same problem here...

    my iPhone is 114, winpwn 1.0 unlocked, activated and jailbroken..

    what i did was :
    1. uninstall Winpwn 1.0 ..
    2. install WinPwn 2.0
    3. install iTunes 7.7 (replacing Itunes 7.5)

    then in WinPwn 2.0
    1. Browse IPSW, choose f/w iPhone1,1_2.0_5A347_Restore.ipsw
    2. Click IPSW Builder
    3. then i click many option in there..
    4. Winpwn 2.0 always failed creating Build IPSW..

    have try with many option, different save dir..

    i'm on windows xp SP2..

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    winpwn 2.0.0.2 solved my problem. still haven't tried installing the ipsw, i'll try it tomorrow at work

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    I'm sure there is a custom firmware available from Rapid share or other place, ask and you will find!!

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    Mine also will not build. Running WinXP SP3 w/.NET Framework v3 ..sometimes it errors out and sometimes it just crashes. I have also tried renaming it and that also does not fix the issue. I have tried with and without custom images. Looks like I am off to search for pre-built firmware (which I really do not trust). I am using WinPwn 2.0.0.3
    Last edited by 4nic8tor; 2008-07-26 at 10:34 PM.

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    actually this is no longer a problem for me. It was fixed with version 2.0.0.2

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