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iPhone4SiOS8.4

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i did a Reset all after Jailbreaking....
i dont want to update.... what to do??????????????????????????????????????????????????????
 

HenryLong

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i did a Reset all after Jailbreaking....
i dont want to update.... what to do??????????????????????????????????????????????????????
The use of the 'Reset all Contents and Settings' is an absolute no-go while jailbroken. If you did it, nothing else you can do than a DFU restore which will automatically update your device to the latest iOS which is currently 9.0.2.
 
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iPhone4SiOS8.4

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The use of the 'Reset all Contents and Settings' is an absolute no-go while jailbroken. If you did it, nothing else you can do than a DFU restore which will automatically update your device to the latest iOS which is currently 9.0.2.
darn... are u 200% Sure that there is no other way?
 
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iPhone4SiOS8.4

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AFAIK you need to DFU it then... good thing there is a JB for 9.0.2.
1) whats AFAIK?
2) I DONT WANT iOS 9.0.2...... and i cant even downgrade it...
if i donwnload nd install iOS 9.0.2.... there will be no space on my device cuz my phone is 8GB only
 
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As Far As I Know

someone should have a trick, but don't get your hopes up.

I was able to fix a non-booting iphone in the past, but that was in ios 4 days... it had openssh installed and that was working despite springboard not loading so i could log in and fix some broken plist.

cheers
 
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darricksailo

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i did a Reset all after Jailbreaking....
i dont want to update.... what to do??????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Can you boot up the phone to springboard if you hold the power and home button to hard reset the phone?
 
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iPhone4SiOS8.4

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Good job dude!
You're sol.

i really am out of luck... i am now downloading the iOS 9.0.2 s/w for the third time...
1st time download stopped due to lack of memory on my laptop
2nd time there had been a long power cut while i was out
3rd time i'm doing now
 
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iPhone4SiOS8.4

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i love my life....
after re re re re trying to download iOS 9.0.2 for THREE DAYS..... and finally getting it
apple releases iOS 9.1....
so now i have to get ios 9.1.... another 3 days or more without my iPhone :)
 
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i love my life....
after re re re re trying to download iOS 9.0.2 for THREE DAYS..... and finally getting it
apple releases iOS 9.1....
so now i have to get ios 9.1.... another 3 days or more without my iPhone :)

no dont update to 9.1 if u want to jailbreak ... theres no jailbreak for 9.1
 
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iPhone4SiOS8.4

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no dont update to 9.1 if u want to jailbreak ... theres no jailbreak for 9.1
yeah i know that.. that aint a problem..
anyhow... i downloaded 9.0.2 from iTunes and iTunes moved it to recycle bin (which i didnt notice just until recently)... so now im restoring to 9.0.2
 
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iPhone4SiOS8.4

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no dont update to 9.1 if u want to jailbreak ... theres no jailbreak for 9.1
yeah i know that.. that aint a problem..
anyhow... i downloaded 9.0.2 from iTunes and iTunes moved it to recycle bin (which i didnt notice just until recently)... so now im restoring to 9.0.2
 
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iPhone4SiOS8.4

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ok so....
to the people suffering the same issue...
this really is THE ONLY SOLUTION to rescue your phone..
i.e, restoring your phone by upgrading it
Good Luck fixing your iDevice
Peace
 
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Jtludwig

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ok so....
to the people suffering the same issue...
this really is THE ONLY SOLUTION to rescue your phone..
i.e, restoring your phone by upgrading it
Good Luck fixing your iDevice
Peace

Good luck following directions in the first place and not resetting. It's your own fault.
 
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