I hope thats the case for me too. I'm at work and have one errand to run before I make it home. I hope I can last another 3.5 hrs.It happened to me too, I was on a 3GS with ios 4.0GM, if youre on the same setup the only way I could get it to work was upgrading to 4.0.1 and then jailbreakme.com hope this helps.
Hrmm.. My 3Gs in question is running 4.0 so I guess i'll try 4.0.1 and see how it goes.It happened to me too, I was on a 3GS with ios 4.0GM, if youre on the same setup the only way I could get it to work was upgrading to 4.0.1 and then jailbreakme.com hope this helps.
Restoring causes you to lose all of your media, though, right?I just restored without using the backup and it works. Jailbreakme ran fast and smooth. Anyone else with this problem just do a full restore but don't use your backup.
Edit: Set it as new phone in iTunes
There aren't any real big or significant changes that are worth the hassle to upgrade IMO, apart from the fix that makes the reception bar on top right more accurate. But some always want the latest But don't upgrade to 4.0.2 as it'll break the JB. If you accidentally did, provided you JB'd before and ran Cydia once and said "Yes make my life easier" So it makes a copy of your SHSH blob, then you can easily restore to those iOS versions at any time. Instructions are nearly identical to my previous post, just download the iOS you want to restore to.I have an iPhone 4 on 4.0 and it seems to have jailbroken properly. Is there any advantage to being on 4.01?
Restoring the OS shouldn't let you lose the data you have synced, provided after you restore the OS you also restore the backup. However, as my previous post, you need to set it up as a new phone to really clean any buggy files lying around. After you jailbreak, then you can restore the backup againRestoring causes you to lose all of your media, though, right?