Restoring a jailbroken 1.0.2 QUESTION

tamakin

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I'm on AT&T with a jailbroken 1.0.2. What exactly do I need to do to upgrade the phone to 1.1.4 without bricking it? Thanks!
 

kariya9mdoa

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ZiPhone thats it download 114 software from Apple or www.modmyi.com and upgrade the firmware then get ziPhone and press "do it all" thats it you will have a activated jailbroken and unlocked 114 iPhone.


HappyModding
 

tamakin

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Don't I need to restore on iTunes first?
 

iamse7en

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Yes, I think you should ignore him. He's a warez-distributor.

Sync in iTunes (without updating/restoring) to make most recent back up.
Restore in iTunes to 1.1.4 (back-up photos in your camera roll, as they might be lost in restore)
Download iJailbreak if you're on a mac, ZiPhone if you're on a PC.
With iPhone plugged in, run iJailbreak/ZiPhone and choose to Jailbreak it, not unlock it.

Waa-laa... You're done. I jailbroke 3 iPhones this weekend on my mac, and ran into no problems. Very simple. I updated from 1.0.2 as well. I lost my camera roll (but I had backed it up), and my preferences for 3rd party apps (i.e. High Scores for my games) were still on there.
 

lman

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Yes, I think you should ignore him. He's a warez-distributor.

Sync in iTunes (without updating/restoring) to make most recent back up.
Restore in iTunes to 1.1.4 (back-up photos in your camera roll, as they might be lost in restore)
Download iJailbreak if you're on a mac, ZiPhone if you're on a PC.
With iPhone plugged in, run iJailbreak/ZiPhone and choose to Jailbreak it, not unlock it.

Waa-laa... You're done. I jailbroke 3 iPhones this weekend on my mac, and ran into no problems. Very simple. I updated from 1.0.2 as well. I lost my camera roll (but I had backed it up), and my preferences for 3rd party apps (i.e. High Scores for my games) were still on there.
Just want to point out that i use ZiPhone and i'm on a mac and have had no problems at all and would highly suggest using that...
 

iamse7en

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Just want to point out that i use ZiPhone and i'm on a mac and have had no problems at all and would highly suggest using that...
iJailbreak is even faster than ZiPhone, and it does the same thing, with superb performance.
 

tamakin

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Yes, I think you should ignore him. He's a warez-distributor.

Sync in iTunes (without updating/restoring) to make most recent back up.
Restore in iTunes to 1.1.4 (back-up photos in your camera roll, as they might be lost in restore)
Download iJailbreak if you're on a mac, ZiPhone if you're on a PC.
With iPhone plugged in, run iJailbreak/ZiPhone and choose to Jailbreak it, not unlock it.

Waa-laa... You're done. I jailbroke 3 iPhones this weekend on my mac, and ran into no problems. Very simple. I updated from 1.0.2 as well. I lost my camera roll (but I had backed it up), and my preferences for 3rd party apps (i.e. High Scores for my games) were still on there.
Thanks a lot it worked!
 

lman

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iJailbreak is even faster than ZiPhone, and it does the same thing, with superb performance.
Faster? You've clocked the two programs running their code? Haha, i find speed hardly a factor when ziPhone takes 30 seconds...

but to each their own...

Every jailbreak i've done has done the same thing, so performance wise its all the same..
 

themanofthedark

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does nobody remember the Ok To Prep, then the 15-minute jailbreak.jar?

or even better, the *#307# method with 1.1.1?

I am so relieved that we now have ZiPhone..