1.0.2 to 1.1.2

marcelold

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Hi, does anybody know if there are any risks in reseting a jailbroken 1.0.2. iPhone to be restore and activate again with iTunes. It's now permitted where I'm and I would like to make the updates. Thanks.

M
 

KNK

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Jul 22, 2007
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Hi, does anybody know if there are any risks in reseting a jailbroken 1.0.2. iPhone to be restore and activate again with iTunes. It's now permitted where I'm and I would like to make the updates. Thanks.

M

There is absolutely no problem to restore a jailbroken phone. Even after you restore you can jailbreak again and restore again and again.
 

marcelold

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Thanks, is the safe way to restore it connecting it to iTunes (I still have the old version that do not brick the 1.0.2) and give it a full restore and then update iTunes and then activate? thanks again.

M
 

KNK

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Jul 22, 2007
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Thanks, is the safe way to restore it connecting it to iTunes (I still have the old version that do not brick the 1.0.2) and give it a full restore and then update iTunes and then activate? thanks again.

M

Use the iTunes you have or download the latest iTunes 7.5 for the 1.1.2
 

toygixxer750

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There is absolutely no problem to restore a jailbroken phone. Even after you restore you can jailbreak again and restore again and again.
i was messing around with my iPhone icons, now it's screwed. When you said restore...... do you mean just click "restore" or the hold "shift" + "restore"?
 

KNK

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i was messing around with my iPhone icons, now it's screwed. When you said restore...... do you mean just click "restore" or the hold "shift" + "restore"?
I do not know your story or situation. I told him to just hit the restore button to restore to his current firmware.