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Great Site, USEFUL 200% Reply Link Yenna February 15, 2010, 5:40 pmI updated my 3gs firmware 3.1.2 to 3.1.3.I am not able to unlock them now.I followed all the steps.To Fix nothing happens in ireb i can click everywhere.. :/ maybe windows 7 isnt good for the tools.. I mean 3.1.2, because i wrote it wrongly! How to Completely Uninstall BitDefender Antivirus 2009 in Seconds? ← Error in shdocvm.dll - Fix shdocvm.dll error on your own Recycle Bin is giving error message - How to do? →
Then re-run PwnageTool. *-----------*Link: http://blog.iphone-dev.org/search/error+1600 Reply Link sweet2oof November 29, 2010, 7:16 amUr a genius… u really came thru in the clutch with this solution… ALL HALE to YOU! Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... If the issue persists on a known-good computer, the device may need service.
To do it, just open your iTunes, and then choose Help > Check for Updates. Fixes for Windows update error code 643 What is libvorbisfile.dll and how to fix libvorbisfile.dll error? Select a custom firmware .ipsw file and restore it. An Unknown Error Occurred 1604 Iphone 4 I had installed OpenIboot and iX but didn't find it that useable so I decided to just DFU restore to a new state, but then came the error and I thought
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply dhlizard, Sep 29, 2012 dhlizard macrumors G4 Joined: Mar 16, 2009 Location: The Jailbreak Community #5 anonymous007 said: An Unknown Error Occurred 1604 Iphone Flashing the bb might take several try'sClick to expand... Reply Link Rodrigo Galiano March 13, 2011, 8:45 pmNice post, man!
gets stuck during "preparing iphone for recovery" and comes up with either error 1600 or 1604 depending on whether jb was tried via dfu or recovery mode.
If you are downgrading to a lower version, do step 3 and leaving only the firmware file that you want to downgrade to. An Unknown Error Occurred 3194 When getting the iTunes error code 1604, try changing USB ports and use a different dock connector to USB cable to see whether the code disappears or not. Thanks again share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Share This An unknown error occurred (1604)”.
thanks! http://www.idownloadblog.com/2010/02/16/fix-error-1600-1601-1602-1603-1604/ Reply Link MbeNL June 13, 2011, 10:11 pmGreat, thank you guys! » Solution 2 Reply Link lucy July 17, 2011, 9:55 amWhat about for Mac users? Apple Error Code 1604 Let us know a. An Unknown Error Occurred 1600 Step 2: Launch iTunes and put your iPhone in DFU mode (hold power and home button together for 10 seconds; release the power button and keep holding the home button until
Make a custom NO_BB firmware and do a pwned-DFU restore? have a peek at these guys The carrier is working good and I just wanted to know if staying on 6.15.00 is good or bad because it's an iPad baseband as I know. can anyone help me? An unknown error occurred. An Unknown Error Occurred 1604 3gs
it wont even show d apple white logo ,its just dead but itunes do recognizes it in DFU mode but wont restore to 3.1.3. I then used RecBoot (multi platform) to kick it out of the recovery mode and the iOS runs fine now. The downside is that it is Windows only (Mac version is in the work), and that it only works for iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, iTouch 1G and iTouch 2G. check over here Make a custom NO_BB firmware and do a pwned-DFU restore.
Take a look if you want....Google comments on How to Remove RelevantKnowledge Completely - Best RelevantKnowledge Removal : Google... An Unknown Error Occurred 13019 would restore to 80% or even to the end and give me error 29 with Recovery USB Logo. Now press and hold left “alt” button (“Shift” button on Windows) on the keyboard and then click on “Restore” button in the iTunes.
Flashing the bb might take several try'sClick to expand... Your 16xx or 29 errors are gone.Please note that iREB is NOT a jailbreaking utility but it aids in jailbreaking iPhone or iPod Touch.Solution 4You may also try:Update your iTunes to That means that the battery doesn't accept downgrading...lol thanks. An Unknown Error Occurred 1602 If all the above solutions do not help, the problem may be caused by Windows registry errors.
Well, back to the unjailbroken, non-multitasking iOS 4 with me. So i'm opening up iTunes but everytime i try to restore it (shift+restore), it stucks on 'preparing iphone for restore' and after 3-4 minutes it's showing 'The iPhone ''iPhone'' could not i tried to restore to firmware3.1.2 and got error 3194 please help Asd Tried, didn't work. this content And another thing is that when I try to charge phone it shows only a battery on the screen with a low red battery.
An unknown error occurred (1604). We came across a cool website that you may well love. A window will open. See iclarified.com for tutorials share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply anonymous007, Sep 27, 2012 anonymous007 thread starter macrumors newbie Joined: Sep 27, 2012
You should be good to go. The error in question looks something on the lines of this. am i removing the wrong file, or am i doing it wrong? Please help.
now redsn0w is saying that is Done and the rest of the process is on device now, but phone is not showing anything, phone is turned on but the screen is You can not post a blank message. If I'm correct it's the ipsw. start tiny up and hit the kick devise out of recovery…….u should be on 3.1.3 again, but you mightr loose all your info like i did.
TheNinja @HeeUgo i gonna test 😉 hope it works man, i trust on u 🙂 Bbfl It 100% works if you put the 3G into DFU mode from PWNAGE tool ONLY If this does not fix the error, try these steps: *Connect the device to iTunes, confirm that the device is in Recovery Mode. *Restore and wait for the error to appear. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply anonymous007, Oct 10, 2012 anonymous007 thread starter macrumors newbie Joined: Sep 27, 2012 #18 dhlizard said: ↑ What