Author Topic: That will remove OpeniBoot but will get you into a Recovery Loop  (Read 203 times)

Offline logos382

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Hello to everybody! sorry for my bad english!  :-[

That's what happen when not reading documentation!  :'(
I'm a big idiot! :'(

I used the Reset function in iOS' Settings. That will remove OpeniBoot but will get you into a Recovery Loop

At start i see the openiboot promp for iOS, Console or iDroid but i can't boot no one!

If i choose iOS terminal go into recovery mode, of course recovery with Itunes don't work, I recive error 1611, 1603, 1604 etc

I can put my iphoen into rubbish or sombody have solution?

Thank you

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Re: That will remove OpeniBoot but will get you into a Recovery Loop
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2012, 12:46:38 AM »
Have you tried putting in DFU mode?
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