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Old 06-29-2020, 18:34   #1 (permalink)
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Lightbulb Is anyone succeeded to flash new firmwares in any watch?


I don't think that anyone is able to flash new firmwares provided by MFC team.
either protocol has changed or incompatibility of drivers.
The watch found in DFU fine but MFC can't detect watch in recovery mode.
After manually injecting the drivers from multiplexer it recognize and starts flashing but the watch never goes to restore mode AKA "update dial"
Stays there forever and then error.
Same in Recovery flash and DFU flash.


[info] Starting ...
[info] Using LOCAL IPSW C:\MFC_Watch3,2_17T530_6.2.1_n111bAP_GPS_Cellular_ Restore_42mm.ipsw
[info] using cached version data
[info] Found device in Recovery mode
[info] Identified device as Apple Watch S3, n111bap, Watch3,2
[info] Extracting BuildManifest from ipsw
[data] Product Version: 6.2.1
[data] Product Build: 17T530 Major: 17
[info] device serial number is FH7VLBXXXXXX
[data] Device supports Image4: true
[info] Variant: Customer Erase Install (IPSW)
[info] This restore will erase your device data.
[info] Found ECID 1416644370399398
[info] Getting ApNonce in recovery mode... [data] D46CFBD29CFB0FF52D3BD51BFFB8D4AF0AF5C608FXXXXXXXXX 414F50025929
[info] tts>Trying to fetch new SHSH blob
[info] Getting SepNonce in recovery mode... [data] 9BD2F04DB2BA7C7C6FB4BE416BDF1AE9EXXXXXXXX
[note] Unable to find BbCalibrationManifestKeyHash node
[note] Unable to find BbFactoryActivationManifestKeyHash node
[warn] Unable to find BbSkeyId node
[info] Sending TSS request...
[info] Request URL set to https://gs.apple.com/TSS/controller?action=2
[info] Sending TSS request attempt 1...
[info] response successfully received
[info] tts>Received SHSH blobs
[info] Extracting filesystem
[warn] No path for component iBEC in TSS, will fetch from build_identity
[info] Extracting iBEC.n111b.RELEASE.im4p...
[info] Sending iBEC (744155 bytes)...
[info] Recovery Mode Environment:
[info] iBoot build-version=iBoot-5540.100.194
[info] iBoot build-style=RELEASE
[info] Sending AppleLogo...
[warn] No path for component AppleLogo in TSS, will fetch from build_identity
[info] Extracting [email protected]~watch.im4p...
[info] Sending AppleLogo (8980 bytes)...
[warn] No path for component RestoreRamDisk in TSS, will fetch from build_identity
[info] Extracting 048-63605-329.dmg...
[info] Sending RestoreRamDisk (68001303 bytes)...
[warn] No path for component RestoreDeviceTree in TSS, will fetch from build_identity
[info] Extracting DeviceTree.n111bap.im4p...
[info] Sending RestoreDeviceTree (120093 bytes)...
[warn] No path for component RestoreKernelCache in TSS, will fetch from build_identity
[info] Extracting kernelcache.release.watch3...
[info] Sending RestoreKernelCache (12686537 bytes)...
[info] Restoring device...
[info] Waiting for device...
[erro] Unable to connect to device in restore mode
[erro] Unable to open device in restore mode
[erro] Unable to restore device
[info] Failed
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Old 06-30-2020, 01:27   #2 (permalink)
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Mine does the same thing.... on top of that the files are mislabeled.

I’m getting the same error as you and it reboots the watch, then the Apple logo stays on for eternity (using “MFC Series 1 38mm” file which is actually the Series 2 38mm file.) On a series 2 38mm watch of course.
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Old 06-30-2020, 04:43   #3 (permalink)
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yea also same issue , he should give us regular ipsw so we can try flashing it on mac
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All the dates of the files in the firmware are (09-01-2007)
and Folders are dated (27-06-2020)
Why is that?????
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if the file configuration is the same, why need to modify the date
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Quote:
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if the file configuration is the same, why need to modify the date

It is already modified.
and you didn’t answer the question.


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Can also make it as 2006 or any date & time, i dont think that's a big question
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I was asking about question of my first post.
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