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Stopped jailbreak in middle, now stuck on black screen


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I went to jailbreakme.com to see what it was and to my surprise to started to jailbreak my iphone 3GS immediately which was not my intention. Not wanting a jailbroken iphone I turned my iphone off as no other option presented itself. My iphone is now stuck on the black startup screen displaying the apple logo. Any ideas on what to do?
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Holy cow..why would you dig up this 7+ year old post to ask about something COMPLETELY unrelated??

Anyway..do a restore from iTunes to get your 3GS back to it's normal state..and what exactly did you think a site titled jailbreakme.com was going to do????

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Note: Moved to appropriate forum and to it's own thread instead of a 7 year old thread and a totally unrelated topic.

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