Possibly Bricked Iphone 4

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Apr 26, 2012

Possibly Bricked Iphone 4 by Santee at 9:38 PM (613 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Santee
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    So my cousing asked me to unlock his iphone 4, which I agreed to do, I installed SAM through cydia, but it froze and when a restarted it it gave me a itunes recovery icon.

    So I've been trying to recover it for a day now, and I've gotten just about every error possible 22,11,10,1394,2005, etc. I've reinstalled itunes about 12 times, used several combinations of tiny umbrella, and sevral ispw versions. Right now I just want to get it out of recovery, I couldn't care less about the unlock, I need some help with this.
     
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    It's really hard to brick an iPhone... I think wiping the NAND is about the only thing that would permanently brick it...

    Put it in recovery mode... Try a restore...

    If that fails, put it in DFU mode, and attempt a restore.
     
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    Alright I realize I was very vague in my first post, so I put into dfu mode but I get stuck on an endless cycle of verifying iPhone restore, I can't seem to find any way to get past it, any help.

    Edit: Now I get error code 1602, but the only solution I've found out is I have to reinstall iTunes, and I've done that about 12 times already.
     
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    Try holding down the sleep/wake button and the home button at the same time until it turns off, then restart
     
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    In that case I think the only way is to restore to 5.1 with iTunes. (If iTunes reads it)
     
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    Solved the problem by using a different ccomputer thanks for the help.
     

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