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Durvelle27

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Oct 17, 2012
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I keeping getting error (-1) when i try to restore my iPhone and i looked everywhere and can't find out what it means. Plz Help
 

aristobrat

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I keeping getting error (-1) when i try to restore my iPhone and i looked everywhere and can't find out what it means. Plz Help
The last time I had that restoring my iPhone, I had to get it replaced at the Genius Bar. The restore would always fail on the last part, where it when to apply the firmware.
 
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braxton34

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That is a hardware (baseband) problem. You need to replace and/or reflow the baseband chip on the logic board.
The reason why jailbreaking works is because it bypasses activation, but your modem chip is damaged.
 
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Durvelle27

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Oct 17, 2012
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-1 is a BB problem,

try making a NO_BB custom IPSW with redsn0w or use sn0wbreeze

redsnow won't let me and snowbreeze doesn't support IOS 6

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That is a hardware (baseband) problem. You need to replace and/or reflow the baseband chip on the logic board.
The reason why jailbreaking works is because it bypasses activation, but your modem chip is damaged.

how do i reflow it
 
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Durvelle27

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Oct 17, 2012
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Memphis, TN
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TriJetHero

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So does Lance Amstrong...


Blobs are device specific, you can't use them on another device, also TSS doesn't work for restores on 5+

I think the dev team might have done it this way if it was possible
 
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TriJetHero

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Redsn0w should work on your phone, you did put it in DFU and restore with ALT-restore or SHIFT-restore?
 
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Durvelle27

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Oct 17, 2012
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Memphis, TN
Just klick Fix recovery in Tiny Umbrella when that error appears.

that works but still doesn't fix my situation. a few ppl said the antenna cable could have come unplugged that's whats giving me these problems and it could probably explain why it always says searching.
 
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