All My "stock" apps are GONE.

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  1. TB07-NJ macrumors 68020

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    JB's iPhone 4. Phone was on the charger working just fine. I woke it up and just about every one of my "stock" apps were gone.

    All that is left is Settings, You Tube, Stocks, Voice Memos and Weather.

    All my Appstore apps are still on the phone. Just the "stock" apps are gone.

    Just noticed CYDIA app is gone but Winterboard remains. I can still access the phone with iPhone Explorer and Lockinfo is working so the JB is still active.

    I do have 4.01 Shsh saved on Cydia and my PC. Is there anything I can do besides the full restore again?
     
  2. i11i1i macrumors regular

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    Did you try searching for the apps using spotlight? That will tell you if they're missing from the springboard or if they've been wiped from the phone entirely.
     
  3. TB07-NJ thread starter macrumors 68020

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    I had all the items in spotlight disabled. I just re-enabled them and it can't find any of the apps. Not sure how long it takes to index them though.

    I have a download of the 4.01 firmware. If I do a DFU restore will I simply be able to select that firmware or will it now grab 4.02?
     
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  5. Intell macrumors P6

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    Have you looked in the Applications folder to see if they are still there. Maybe someone has played a mean trick on you if your root password is still alpine.
     
  6. TB07-NJ thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Root pswd was changed by me . No idea what I did. It was fine at 10PM and at 11PM it was f'd.

    Just restoring using sauriks server. Ain't worth the hassle. I'll just start over again. Arghhh. No idea what happened.


    ****! Restore failed. Getting Error 1004. It goes through the entire thing. It even verifies the firmware. This is the tail end of the iTunes log:

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    AppleBCMWLAN::handleIOKitBusyWatchdogTimeout(): Error, no successful firmware download after 60000 ms!! Giving up...
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    ASR: Copied 995688960 bytes in 76.41 seconds, 12726.10 KiB/s
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    AppleUSBDeviceMux::sessionUpcall socket is closed, session 0x840f1c00 (12345<-lo0->49158 12345<-usb->44293)
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    ASR: Verified SHA-1 checksum 995688960 bytes in 25.92 seconds, 37506.50 KiB/s
    ASR STATUS: finish
    entering mount_filesystems
    executing /sbin/fsck_hfs
    ** /dev/rdisk0s1
       Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-488.1.7~39).
    ** Checking non-journaled HFS Plus Volume.
    ** Detected a case-sensitive volume.
    ** Checking extents overflow file.
    ** Checking catalog file.
    ** Checking multi-linked files.
    ** Checking catalog hierarchy.
    ** Checking extended attributes file.
    ** Checking volume bitmap.
    ** Checking volume information.
    ** The volume Apex8A306.N90OS appears to be OK.
    executing /sbin/mount
    executing /sbin/fsck_hfs
    disk0s2s1: ioctl(_IOW,'d',24,4) is unsupported.
    ** /dev/rdisk0s2s1
       Executing fsck_hfs (version diskdev_cmds-488.1.7~39).
    ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.
    ** Detected a case-sensitive volume.
    ** Checking extents overflow file.
    ** Checking catalog file.
    ** Checking multi-linked files.
    ** Checking catalog hierarchy.
    ** Checking extended attributes file.
    ** Checking volume bitmap.
    ** Checking volume information.
    ** The volume Data appears to be OK.
    executing /sbin/mount
    entering install_kernel_cache
    writing kernelcache to /mnt1/System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kernelcaches/kernelcache
    entering install_secure_vault_daemon
    entering get_hardware_platform
    platform-name = s5l8930x
    linking /mnt1/usr/sbin/securekeyvaultd to /mnt1/usr/sbin/securekeyvaultd.s5l8930x
    no securekeyvaultd for s5l8930x
    entering fixup_var
    remove_path /mnt1/private/var
    executing /bin/rm
    creating directory (owner=0 mode=755) /mnt1/private/var
    entering modify_fstab
    entering clear_persistent_boot_args
    executing /usr/sbin/nvram
    entering update_NOR
    entering img3_update_NOR
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing LLB data (length = 0x13999)
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing NOR data (length = 0x2a999)
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing NOR data (length = 0xe9d9)
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing NOR data (length = 0x60d9)
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing NOR data (length = 0x25c19)
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing NOR data (length = 0x2e6d9)
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing NOR data (length = 0x33419)
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing NOR data (length = 0x11919)
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing NOR data (length = 0x10f59)
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing NOR data (length = 0x11259)
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing NOR data (length = 0x13899)
    img3_flash_NOR_image: flashing NOR data (length = 0x39719)
    entering create_system_key_bag
    attempting to create system key bag on /mnt2
    entering update_gas_gauge_software
    entering update_baseband
    performing an ice3 baseband update (with AuthInstall)
    bbupdater: Using chip information entries from device tree...bbupdater: OK
    perform_ice3_baseband_update: registering for progress notifications
    perform_ice3_baseband_update: querying baseband info
    booted from secure root: give device keybag access to everyone
    AppleKeyStore:cp_key_store_action(1)
    AppleKeyStore:cp_key_store_action(1)
    bbupdater: [02.00]::: ChipInfo: snum: 0x69EA05A72020A1A049CAAE0C, chipid: 0x50, goldcertid: 0x101, nonce: 0x
    perform_ice3_baseband_update: requesting rampsi from host
    perform_ice3_baseband_update: received rampsi data (3702672 bytes)
    perform_ice3_baseband_update: uploading rampsi
    bbupdater: Validating parameters...bbupdater: OK
    bbupdater: !!! bbupdater: [13.-1]::: 
    Exception at :0:
    	- BBUReturnError(1)/7: unable to locate firmware file
    bbupdater: 
    bbupdater: !!! bbupdater: Exception at :0:
    	- BBUReturnError(1)/7: unable to locate firmware file
    perform_ice3_baseband_update: baseband failed to boot the rampsi
    perform_ice3_baseband_update: bbupdater error: Exception at :0:
    	- BBUReturnError(1)/7: unable to locate firmware file
    
    attempting to dump restore log
    writing log file: /mnt1/restore.log
    
    ==== end of device restore output ====
    2010-08-12 00:59:11.978 [6868:1380]: AMRAuthInstallDeletePersonalizedBundle
    2010-08-12 00:59:12.012 [6868:1380]: removed personalized bundle
    2010-08-12 00:59:12.012 [6868:1380]: <Restore Device 078FB518>: Restore failed (result = 1004)
    2010-08-12 00:59:12.073 [6868:1374]: iTunes: Restore error 1004
    

    Keep getting error 1004.
     
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  8. TB07-NJ thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Yes. If you look at the iTunes log it shows everything is loaded then verified. It fails at the very end.

    I must be the first person restoring an iPhone 4 using Saurik's servers. :(

    Why couldn't this have happened 6 hours earlier.
     
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  10. TB07-NJ thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Yes, but I have no clue on how to use Tinyumbrella to restore. The docs are pretty bad. I don't THINK that's the problems though but if I could figure out T.U. I'd try it. Trying another cable and USB port this time.
     
  11. crawfish963 macrumors 6502

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    I have seen this happen before on my phone. A simple respring/reboot always solves it.
     
  12. TB07-NJ thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Did that dozens of times. Didn't work. Now i am stuck trying to restore. It ain't working. Going to try another computer tomorrow. Too late now.
     
  13. TB07-NJ thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Woohoo ...

    I used Tiny Umbrella and it too failed. However after the last failure I used the "kick out of recovery" button and bingo ... up came a freshly restored 4.01. It had probably restored successfully from the getgo but it needed that "kick" .....
     
  14. thelatinist macrumors 603

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    Yes, the failure was probably caused by the phone's inability to upgrade the baseband (since you were already on the new version). It happens a lot -- though usually when trying to downgrade, not simply restore.
     
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    Cool, out of interest how do you use Tiny Umbrella to restore? Ive saved my shsh with it but i don't know what to do if i need to restore? I can only assume i have to start the TSS sever in TU then proceed to do the restore from itunes?
     
  16. Intell macrumors P6

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    Yep, thats all you do. Just make sure you're not running a web server on that computer or it won't be able to bind itself to port 80.
     
  17. GunBlazerX macrumors member

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    Question: Can I use TU to restore my current 4.0.1 phone to 4.0.1 using my locally saved shsh blob but THEN restore from a 4.0.1 backup?

    So basically I am not doing any downgrading, just emulating a restore + restore from phone backup option AS IF 4.0.2 never was released. Answers are appreciated!
     
  18. Intell macrumors P6

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    Yes, you can do this.
     
  19. T-Will macrumors 6502a

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    Did you try going into SBSettings to see if any of the apps were hidden with Poof?
     
  20. dhlizard macrumors G4

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    Even if they were hidden, Spotlight would have found them.
     
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    The issue has already been resolved with a restore.
     

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