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TylerDeBois

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Feb 15, 2017
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So this is a stupid issue. Today I was installing BioProtect and when Debian started to install it, my screen went black. I pressed the home button and I noticed that most of my apps, including Cydia, had disappeared. So I decided to preform a hard reset. Now, my phone won't even boot up (bricked). I suspect that the installation was in the middle of stashing (I have stashing installed from CoolStar) which is why all of my apps were not there. Any ideas on how I can fix it? Thanks
[doublepost=1487208053][/doublepost]Some experiments, my phone connects to my Apple Watch while booting. On my watch, I can access twitter and things alike that require data. In addition, I can also ping my phone from my watch and the sound actually plays. When I plug it in to iTunes, it recognizes the phone but requires mr to put in my passcode
 

eyoungren

macrumors Penryn
Aug 31, 2011
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DFU Mode restore/upgrade as new. Google DFU restore and how to do it. Note that you will be in DFU mode only when the screen is black.

Once the phone is restored/upgraded restore from your last backup, assuming you had one.

Kiss your jailbreak goodbye.
 

TylerDeBois

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Feb 15, 2017
3
1
DFU Mode restore/upgrade as new. Google DFU restore and how to do it. Note that you will be in DFU mode only when the screen is black.

Once the phone is restored/upgraded restore from your last backup, assuming you had one.

Kiss your jailbreak goodbye.
Damn! I really wanted to keep it! Alright, well, back to the developer betas I guess lol
[doublepost=1487209013][/doublepost]Can I save my SHSH blobs now and try to restore it back to 10.2
 
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eyoungren

macrumors Penryn
Aug 31, 2011
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Damn! I really wanted to keep it! Alright, well, back to the developer beats I guess lol
[doublepost=1487209013][/doublepost]Can I save my SHSH blobs now and try to restore it back to 10.2
Someone else may have a better idea (possibly SSHing into the phone, assuming you had installed SSH) but usually if you can't get it to boot it's time for a restore.
 

Mgrern442

macrumors newbie
Jul 9, 2017
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Damn! I really wanted to keep it! Alright, well, back to the developer betas I guess lol
[doublepost=1487209013][/doublepost]Can I save my SHSH blobs now and try to restore it back to 10.2
How did you get the developer betas?????
 
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