I've upgraded my iPhone from 1.1.2 (I bought it "unlocked" online and I do not know how it was unlocked - YouTube, Maps, all the stuff worked fine though). I used Installer to get the 1.1.3 upgrade package and run it... After a while the phone rebooted and the message appeared telling how to move the icons on the home screen (looks like 1.1.3 was installed successfully). I noticed some of the icons were missing (3rd party soft and also standard apps like weather and some others). Pressing "home" button to finish moving the icons around didn't work, so I restarted the mobile by holding the "sleep" button and then I kicked it up back to work... This time, after the Apple logo I got the 'connect to iTunes" screen. I noticed the iPhone is connected to the network (O2, Pay & Go) and even I got the SMS receive notice (I cannot read the whole text as I cannot access the home menu). Below, there's a "slide to emergency" bar... When I connect to iTunes I'm getting a message there's a problem with my iPhone and I should contact the nearest Apple store... I can SSH the mobile, I tried freeing the space on / partition by moving Applications directory and linking it to /var/root/, didn't help though... Generally it look's like the phone is working, receiving SMS messages, just the "connect to iTunes" screen pops up after every restart... I tried iNdependence to get rid of the "slide to emergency" and boot it to the main screen with icons, but no luck - I'm getting unsupported version of firmware (1.1.3)... Can anyone help me out? Why am I getting this screen blocking the access to application icons? BTW, I remember there was a question before I started updating the phone using the Installer's 1.1.3 pack asking if I would like to activate the iPhone by hacktivation or something like that, and it was written it was not recommended and it's better to activate using iTunes. Besides my iPhone was already activated, so I chose "NO". Should I use iTunes' "restore" function?