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Jailbroken iPhone-Blackra1n won't re-break!!


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I have a iPhone 3GS with 3.1.2 installed. Jailbroken using Blackra1n rc3.

I have had my phone jailbroken for a few months now with blackra1n with no problems till now.

I reset the network settings because my phone was not getting 3G and having problems loading pages. So I reset the network settings which rebooted the phone. I thought no big deal I will plug it back in and re-run blackra1n. ITS NOT WORKING! it reboots the phone and geohot's picture comes up, but then just stays that way until it goes right back into restore mode. I have tried 8 times now.

I do not want to loose my jailbreak by updating to 3.1.3, but I do not know how to get that phone back from here on 3.1.2.

Please help me. Thank you

Gary
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Welcome aboard . Sorry to hear of you problem but.."Unfortunately, that topic is forbidden here since the breaking of encryption mechanisms is in violation of the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act".


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Originally Posted by Firefighter6484 View Post
I have a iPhone 3GS with 3.1.2 installed. Jailbroken using Blackra1n rc3.

I have had my phone jailbroken for a few months now with blackra1n with no problems till now.

I reset the network settings because my phone was not getting 3G and having problems loading pages. So I reset the network settings which rebooted the phone. I thought no big deal I will plug it back in and re-run blackra1n. ITS NOT WORKING! it reboots the phone and geohot's picture comes up, but then just stays that way until it goes right back into restore mode. I have tried 8 times now.

I do not want to loose my jailbreak by updating to 3.1.3, but I do not know how to get that phone back from here on 3.1.2.

Please help me. Thank you

Gary
Clay is right....... try Google.com

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