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    Iphone jailbreak and nearly went and bricked it.

    Jailbroke it last night managed to get into recovery mode loop this morning and nothing would get it out meant had to restore the phone.

    But +1 for the backup and restore process for Iphone not lost any data at all..

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    @russdev:

    So it's not an IPhone it's an IEScapePhone with Loopback restore capabilty is it not.

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    *mumbles something about decent phones don't need jailbreaking...*

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    Indeed. Nexus One anyone?

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    Mine did the same quite a few times, but alas tried and tried again and it worked as needed. It's all down to the timings when pressing buttons and how long you hold them down for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    Indeed. Nexus One anyone?
    Yes please, if you have one spare

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    I took delivery of my Nexus One last friday and its so so nice

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    Is that a sim free nexus? how much did it cost you?

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Is that a sim free nexus? how much did it cost you?

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    https://www.google.com/phone/choose?locale=en_US&s7e=

    they work about about £360ish i think there is a thread Google Nexus One Phone

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    yes ben sim free it was £355 with uk charger but i'm expecting a cutoms bill of 17.5% vat

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahuxham View Post
    Mine did the same quite a few times, but alas tried and tried again and it worked as needed. It's all down to the timings when pressing buttons and how long you hold them down for.
    Mines 3gs can you confirm what key combo is as seen several different ones..

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    Russ use Blackra1n then there is no need for random keypress combinations

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    +1 for Blackrain.

    And now multiple push Exchange accounts!

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    Yes after research (did not have time this morning as had to get phone working) the 3gs if reset iphone puts it into recovery mode and then you have to rerun the jailbreak software for it to boot normally.

    I would jailbreak it tonight if it wasn't for the fact my cable is on my desk at work

    Russ

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    Quote Originally Posted by russdev View Post
    I would jailbreak it tonight if it wasn't for the fact my cable is on my desk at work
    Is it not a standard mini USB one?

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