So here's my situation: Just yesterday I got an old 2G to test it out. When I got it, it was: - pwned, had 2.1 on it, I have a suspicion it's been ZiPhoned before. - wifi was not working at all - when I went into wifi settings, the search indicator just kept spinning, trying to type in a known network made it attempt joining forever What I tried: Successive steps of more intrusive pwnage restores: 1.Simple restore, retaining the old settings 2.Restore with 3.9->4.6 update 3.Restore with 3.9->4.6 update, unlock baseband and BootNeuter remaining on system after restore 4.Used the BootNeuter to attempt flashing first 3.9->4.6 and then FakeBlank. Results: 1.Neither of these 3.9->4.6 or FakeBlank worked in any of the iterations - BootNeuter still says it's 3.9 and FakeBlank off. 2.In some weird spin the 3.point from above got me wifi working after hard reboot, but it's very weak/unstable however, show only a few of the available networks here and disconnects randomly, now also the phone service became unstable (telling me "No Service" or 1 bar of coverage every now and then). 3.After doing another attempt to flash FakeBlank and reboot, the wifi is gone again, but if I switch it off in settings and wait some time and switch it back on, it works (in the same weak signal and unstable way as in point 2.) again. I thought it'd be good idea to use the advertised wifi fix here: http://wikee.iphwn.org/sgold_bootrom:fixwifi but: 1.I can't FakeBlank as indicated before 2.I can transfer the swifi executable to iPhone using MacFuse and Disk for Iphone.app, but I see no way how to set the required permissions for it 3.How do I even log into iPhone using SSH if it has no WiFi and therefore no IP address (I only have this USB cable to connect it to my MBP)? Everything else would be doable if I just knew how to SSH into my iPhone using USB cable. I have set up OpenSSH on iPhone as part of Pwnage restore, but not sure the SSH server/daemon is running since I also see no way to install BossPrefs (which would give option to start that service) unless just copying it into iPhone application folder does the trick (does it?). If you can anyhow help me, it'd be greatly appreciated. Thanks.