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Old 12-21-2009, 17:56   #16 (permalink)
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Took the battery out and charged it with an external charger.
The phone is alive again, and charging normal

Strange that it didn't charged when it was in the phone....
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Old 07-14-2011, 14:28   #17 (permalink)
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1.. my device is in black screen now after restoring by using snowbreeze 2.7.3 , with 4.3.3 8j2 custom fw , 6.15 bd , it device is not showing any battery simbel when connected to itunes nor power on/off display ,
2...i even tried with redsnow 9.rc16 itis worked by showing jailbreaking screen(an apple simbol), after it completed , same black screen ,
3.... when connected to itunes it shows a popup box , itunes as dected and it is in recovery mode , u need to restore, so i m tried with 4.1 ,4.3.3 ,it process and dsplays error 3194 ...
plz brother tell any solution ..... im waiting for your reply brother .
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Old 07-14-2011, 22:49   #18 (permalink)
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this is old problem. disconnect battery for 5 minutes. failing that let phone sit not connected to anything for at least 1 day, 2 would be better. phone must have dead battery. than put in pwned dfu mode and restore.
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Old 11-07-2011, 12:54   #19 (permalink)
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I am having similar problem as you faced. Since you were able to solve it kindly guide me how to go about it. Here is the description of my problem, pl.. pl.. help:

My iphone 3g (Aug 2008 manufactured) was becoming dead some time, but when I rang it from other phone it seems that bell was going but iphone was having blank screen. After some googling and pressing power/wake and home button for 10 secs solved the problem and it restarted.


Now one night when it was having 70% charge and was working fine, the next morning when I pressed home button, nothing happened, just black screen. I again did power+home for 10 sec but again nothing. I put it on wall charge for 2-3 hours, still nothing. Attached to computer started itunes, but itune does not detect it. Finally I connected it to computer again pressed power+home for 10 sec, released power while holding home..... a relief sigh... as msg came "itunes has detected an iphone in recovery mode. You must restore....."


I pressed shift+restore button and selected downloaded original ipsw file (4.2.1 which was there in iphone). Itunes shown msg "Preparing iphone to restore" and after 4-5 mins a message came "Iphone `iphone` could not be restored. An unknown error occured (1601)". I tried with custom ipsw which resulted in error 1600. I tried several times, even with different computer/laptop, changed the usb cable also but no result.. So I am still with dead iphone.


Please help. Thanks in advance.


Here is the log generated by itunes while restoring:


2011-11-06 10:07:49.561 [6140:a80]: restore library built Sep 14 2011 at 01:30:07

2011-11-06 10:07:49.561 [6140:a80]: iTunes: iTunes 10.5.0.142

2011-11-06 10:07:49.561 [6140:a80]: iTunes: Software payload version: 8C148 (option key)

2011-11-06 10:08:07.809 [6140:1c44]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image

2011-11-06 10:08:07.811 [6140:1c44]: AppleDevice::GetDeviceID: failed for iBoot

2011-11-06 10:08:07.811 [6140:1c44]: device software does not support nonce generation

2011-11-06 10:08:07.861 [6140:1c44]: requested restore behavior: Erase

2011-11-06 10:08:07.864 [6140:1c44]: *** UUID E6D8AE5E-28D2-F748-8E07-D301F7E3758D ***

2011-11-06 10:08:07.895 [6140:1c44]: amai: AMAuthInstallDebugWriteObject: debug object written: C:\Users\Kamal\AppData\Local\Temp\PerE61C.tmp\amai \debug\tss-request.plist

2011-11-06 10:08:09.450 [6140:1c44]: amai: tss_submit_job: HttpQueryInfo returned 200

2011-11-06 10:08:10.829 [6140:1c44]: amai: AMAuthInstallRequestSendSync: received tss response (server version: 2.0.0)

2011-11-06 10:08:10.845 [6140:1c44]: amai: AMAuthInstallDebugWriteObject: debug object written: C:\Users\Kamal\AppData\Local\Temp\PerE61C.tmp\amai \debug\tss-response.plist

2011-11-06 10:08:10.976 [6140:1c44]: amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleInstallPersonalizedEntry: entry "KernelCache" has been previously personalized; skipping it

2011-11-06 10:08:11.011 [6140:1c44]: amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleInstallPersonalizedEntry: entry "DeviceTree" has been previously personalized; skipping it

2011-11-06 10:08:11.025 [6140:1c44]: amai: _AMAuthInstallBundleInstallPersonalizedEntry: entry "AppleLogo" has been previously personalized; skipping it

2011-11-06 10:08:11.346 [6140:2724]: AppleDevice::GetDeviceID: failed for iBoot

2011-11-06 10:08:11.346 [6140:2724]: device software does not support nonce generation

2011-11-06 10:08:11.346 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: production fused device

2011-11-06 10:08:11.347 [6140:2724]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory

2011-11-06 10:08:11.348 [6140:2724]: AppleDevice::GetDeviceID: failed for iBoot

2011-11-06 10:08:11.348 [6140:2724]: device software does not support nonce generation

2011-11-06 10:08:11.349 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::OpenDFUDevice: path: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#8c9b7964

2011-11-06 10:08:11.349 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::OpenDeviceByPath: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#8c9b7964

2011-11-06 10:08:11.354 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 1

2011-11-06 10:08:11.358 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 3

2011-11-06 10:08:11.362 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 5

2011-11-06 10:08:11.366 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 7

2011-11-06 10:08:11.372 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 9

2011-11-06 10:08:11.376 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 11

2011-11-06 10:08:11.381 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 13

2011-11-06 10:08:11.385 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 15

2011-11-06 10:08:11.389 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 17

2011-11-06 10:08:11.393 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 19

2011-11-06 10:08:11.397 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 21

2011-11-06 10:08:11.402 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 23

2011-11-06 10:08:11.407 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 25

2011-11-06 10:08:11.411 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 27

2011-11-06 10:08:11.416 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 29

2011-11-06 10:08:11.420 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 31

2011-11-06 10:08:11.424 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 33

2011-11-06 10:08:11.429 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 35

2011-11-06 10:08:11.433 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 37

2011-11-06 10:08:11.437 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 39

2011-11-06 10:08:11.441 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 41

2011-11-06 10:08:11.445 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 43

2011-11-06 10:08:11.449 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 44

2011-11-06 10:08:11.453 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 46

2011-11-06 10:08:11.457 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 48

2011-11-06 10:08:11.462 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 50

2011-11-06 10:08:11.466 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 52

2011-11-06 10:08:11.471 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 54

2011-11-06 10:08:11.476 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 56

2011-11-06 10:08:11.480 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 58

2011-11-06 10:08:11.485 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 60

2011-11-06 10:08:11.489 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 62

2011-11-06 10:08:11.493 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 64

2011-11-06 10:08:11.497 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 66

2011-11-06 10:08:11.501 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 68

2011-11-06 10:08:11.506 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 70

2011-11-06 10:08:11.511 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 72

2011-11-06 10:08:11.515 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 74

2011-11-06 10:08:11.519 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 76

2011-11-06 10:08:11.523 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 78

2011-11-06 10:08:11.527 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 80

2011-11-06 10:08:11.531 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 82

2011-11-06 10:08:11.535 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 84

2011-11-06 10:08:11.540 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 86

2011-11-06 10:08:11.544 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 87

2011-11-06 10:08:11.548 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 89

2011-11-06 10:08:11.553 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 91

2011-11-06 10:08:11.558 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 93

2011-11-06 10:08:11.563 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 95

2011-11-06 10:08:11.568 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 97

2011-11-06 10:08:11.572 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 99

2011-11-06 10:08:11.572 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::UploadData: EOF, cbRead: 296

2011-11-06 10:08:11.574 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: operation 0 progress 100

2011-11-06 10:08:11.574 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::UploadData: ZLP

2011-11-06 10:08:11.575 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 6

2011-11-06 10:08:11.575 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST_SYNC

2011-11-06 10:08:11.575 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 7

2011-11-06 10:08:11.575 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST, PollTimeout: 3000

2011-11-06 10:08:14.576 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: GetStatus: status: 0, state: 8

2011-11-06 10:08:14.576 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::ProcessUpdateState: status.bState == DFU_STATE_MANIFEST_WAIT_RESET

2011-11-06 10:08:14.576 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::ResetDevice: resetting...

2011-11-06 10:08:14.593 [6140:2724]: WinDFU::FinalizeDfuUpdate: success

2011-11-06 10:08:14.593 [6140:2724]: <DFU Device 074A3230>: DFU succeeded

2011-11-06 10:08:14.648 [6140:1a5c]: WinAMRestore::OnInterfaceRemoval: \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#8c9b7964

2011-11-06 10:08:14.651 [6140:1a5c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07331b40, notify: 2, connected: 0

2011-11-06 10:08:14.651 [6140:1a5c]: WinAMRestore::ProcessDevNodesChanges: device: 0x07446b50, notify: 2, connected: 1

2011-11-06 10:08:14.652 [6140:1a5c]: AppleDevice::NotifyDisconnect: DFU \\?\USB#VID_05AC&PID_1227#{B8085869-FEB9-404B-8CB1-1E5C14FA8C54}\0000#8c9b7964, inst: 0x7446b50

2011-11-06 10:08:14.685 [6140:a80]: _AMDFUModeDeviceFinalize: 074A3230

2011-11-06 10:12:14.864 [6140:a80]: iTunes: Restore error 1601
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