how to kick phone out of recovery mode?

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  1. macrumors regular

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    I have iphone 3gs in recovery mode and i wish to kick it out of recovery mode. I tried recboot and ireb but still in recovery mode. Can anyone help me out?
     
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    Will it suceed when ireb and recboot failed?
     
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    Download TinyUmbrella from here.
    In the top right corner there is a button that says "Kick Device Out of Recovery"
     
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    If it doesnt then only thing you can do is restore it.
     
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    I have 2 versions of tiny umbrella: umbrella-4.00.53 and umbrella-4.01.03. Which one should i use?
     
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    Use 4.01.03
    But either one will work on kicking it out. Just the newer version will also grab your 4.0.1 shshs
     
  8. thread starter macrumors regular

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    Ok, thanks everyone for help...i will try tomorrow and post results
     
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    Well, i cant restore it since i dont have shsh saved and there is no jailbreak for 4.0.1
     
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    If it doesn't work either then what else is there to do? Sit there and look at it like that?
     
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    What firmware are you on now? You don't need your SHSH blobs saved to restore to the same firmware version that your phone is on, only downgrading. At least I don't think you have to. Can someone chime in on this?
     
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    Tools like RecBoot and TinyUmbrella work only for situations in which a boot loop is caused by an improper boot flag is set in the configuration files. This happens, for instance, when a restore operation fails. If these tools do not work, then there is a more significant problem causing your boot loop. This could either be accidental deletion or corruption of the OS, or hardware failure. If you cannot get your phone out of its boot loop using these tools, the next trouble-shooting step should be DFU restore to rule out hardware failure. There's really nothing else we can suggest.
     
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    Are you sure i can restore to same version ie 3.1.2, i tried but got error 3194.....?
     
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    Benflick is wrong once again. You need your SHSH to restore to any firmware version Apple is not currently signing unless you have a pwned phone and are restoring to a custom firmware.
     
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    Now, now, he did say he wasn't sure. :)
     
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    Okay, prick, I didn't know. That is why I stated I wasn't sure and wanted someone else's opinion. Fast to point the finger, aren't we?:rolleyes:
     
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    Okay, let's hug and edit our posts so no one leaves us for awhile, okay?
     
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    thelatinist

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    Just sick of having to correct you. If you don't know, don't post.
     
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    Yeah, because you correct me all of the time? Sorry, I'm a burden on you.
     
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    There are plenty of people on the iPhone Forum to get pissed at without getting mad at the members trying to help people. I have a list if anyone needs it. :)
     
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    Yes, that section is crazy lately :)
     
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    Look, I have to agree.
    If you are not sure of a solution, don't post it.
    You might cause someone following your advice to get into a spot where they are stuck with no chance of restore or jailbreak.

    Bottom line, imagine if that happened to you because of incorrect info.

    Not sure, don't post it. :cool:
     
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    Guess what guys, i cant kick iphone out of recovery mode with tiny umbrella...i can jailbreak my phone with blackra1n though. I want to kick phone out of recovery mode and activate with original simcard to get untethered jailbreak....any help?
     
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    Your only option is to restore.
    Thats it.
    Its not in recovery mode. If it was you would be able to kick it out by now. something else is gone bad and it needs a restore.
     

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