- Aug 28, 2007
when i am updating to 1.1.2 it gives me error 1603
Are you trying to go from 1.1.1 to 1.1.2? Locked or unlocked? Try this: Restart your computer, plug in your iPhone, then hold down the power and home buttons for 30 seconds until the "Please Connect to iTunes" warning comes up, then open up iTunes and try updating again.when i am updating to 1.1.2 it gives me error 1603
Gee...well i tried downgrading from the 1.1.2 to the 1.1.1 and i went through a lot of crap! if there a possible way to do it easier or can i jailbreak when im on the 1.1.2? Please! anyhelp is appreciated greatly! i want all my apps back! Thanks in waaaaaay advanceDoing a manual install of 1.1.2 is fine, but you must choose shift+update, NOT shift+restore. The latter will wipe out oktoprep and jailbreak won't work.
If 1.1.2 is already available on iTunes, you no longer have to do the shift+update method. Just clicking on "check for updates" will work.kindness with this question please!
I assume you have to keep holding the shift key down when updating?!
Yes. Just install Oktoprep from Installer and then update to 1.1.2. Then download the jailbreak package from the Dev Team and follow the instructions. Now if you're phone is unlocked, I would make sure that it is safe to upgrade before trying.so it is ok to do the 1.1.2 update with a jailbroken 1.1.1 phone with the program from installer
I'm assuming you're on Windows? Did you install the Oktoprep app prior to updating (not restoring) to 1.1.2? Also, make sure that you have Net Frameworks 3.0 installed.ok, i installed that program from installer on my hacked iPhone 1.1.1, just updated to 1.1.2 no problems, when i click on the windows.bat file it comes up to the jailbreak screen, i push the jailbreak button and i get an error saying "cannot launch iPHUC" should i be scared? restart the phone or pc? help please
It's in the jailbreak zip file provided by the Dev Team:i cant fin te windows.bat may any one tell where is located im using windows xp