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 ALWAYZ recovery mode after reboot? Blackra1n::

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PostSubject: ALWAYZ recovery mode after reboot? Blackra1n::   Sun Jan 31, 2010 3:19 am



its a NEW IBOOT VERSION when you run blackra1n on it it will make the
handset JAILBROKEN but (tethered jailbreak)

Now the question is

What is this Fcuking TETHERED JAILBREAK?

Simple Answer :TETHERED JAILBREAK is you need computer everytime when
you need to reboot your phone and run blackrain everytime to reboot it
properly and moreover its not a BUG in blackra1n it FEATURE this problem
occures mostly on the OTB 3.2.1

Read the MASTERS BLOG AGAIN and use your MIND

http://iphonejtag.blogspot.com/

if your ipt2/3GS/ipt3 is rebooting into recovery after running
blackra1n, this isn't a bug. It's a feature. You need to run blackra1n
every time to boot it. This 'feature', called tethered jailbreak, is
enabled by upgrades Apple made to the bootrom and the fact ipt3 uses
nand flash.


























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PostSubject: Re: ALWAYZ recovery mode after reboot? Blackra1n::   Sun Jan 31, 2010 3:19 am

First clear it which phone you are using if its IPHONE3G-S than the
above stated problem have no solution till yet if you have IPHONE2G OR
3G than you can try to recover it from I-RECOVERY CONSOLE

mediafire.com file/ywhxqzdoimg/iHackintosh%20iRecovery%20Package%20for%20Windows%20&%20Mac.rar


WIN-XP

1=INSTALL libusb-win32-filter-bin-0.1.12.2.exe
2=START-->RUN-->iRecovery.exe -s(with proper path and handset
should be in recovery mode)
3=type these commands as it is

setenv auto-boot true

saveenv

reboot or fsboot (one of them)
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