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macrumors newbie
Original poster
Sep 29, 2012
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I mysteriously got into recovery mode one morning (i think it was iOS 6 updating itself) anyways well things went wrong when I wasnt aware and now my iPhone 4 is stuck in recovery mode (never jailbroke it)
I've been trying to use Tiny Umbrella and click "exit recovery" but all it does is put my iphone into a black screen! (I believe this is called DFU mode)
Someone please give me steps to getting out of Recovery mode with Tiny Umbrella, this **** isnt working.
I provided a screen shot, please tell me if I'm doing anything wrong
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rrandyy

macrumors 6502
Jan 14, 2009
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If your phone was updating to ios6 and things got screwed up, then you can't just get kicked back into ios5 (or 6, for that matter). It sounds like you need to plug into a computer and restore.

If it wasn't a screwup while updating to 6, maybe you have other options, but I'm not familiar with them. Good luck!
 

kschong710

macrumors newbie
Aug 4, 2011
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Error 3194

Hi
Did have any idea to install back cydia icon to my 4s 5.1.1
I don't have install ifile , open ssh or mobile terminal.
But I have save my shsh.unfortunaly is now tiny umbrella can't open even I reinstall new version.
I try to restore back using iTunes but alway get error 3194.
Try to change host got same problem.

Please advise.
Thank.
 

Applejuiced

macrumors Westmere
Apr 16, 2008
40,672
6,532
At the iPhone hacks section.
Hi
Did have any idea to install back cydia icon to my 4s 5.1.1
I don't have install ifile , open ssh or mobile terminal.
But I have save my shsh.unfortunaly is now tiny umbrella can't open even I reinstall new version.
I try to restore back using iTunes but alway get error 3194.
Try to change host got same problem.

Please advise.
Thank.

You posted already on over 10 threads about this same thing.
Just start one in the jb section and ask your all your questions there.
Stop diggin up old threads.
 
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