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NPPraxis

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Hello,
I agreed to give my old 1st gen iPhone to a friend of mine (as I've been on a 3G right now). I went and pulled it out of the storage shed, plugged it in, and booted it up. It came up just fine, prompting me to insert a SIM card (I had the phone unlocked).

Before giving it to him, I decided to update to the latest OS (which I had done on my 3G the week prior). So I plug it in to my MacBook, download the latest 3.1.3 update for the original iPhone through iTunes, run it through the latest version of Pwnage to get an ipsw, put the iPhone in restore mode, and update from the .ipsw.

I received an error, and the iPhone seems to have been bricked.

Now, when turned on, it goes straight to DFU mode (showing a cable and the iTunes logo).
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When I try to update, the iPhone reboots at the "preparing iPhone" stage, and then iTunes errors out with:

"The iPhone "iPhone" could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (1611)."
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I have tried this from my MacBook, Hackintosh (which errored out with (2006)?), and Windows 7 PC. The first machine I tried it on was the MacBook.

Can anyone assist? :)

If it helps, here's some bits from the log....


2010-04-16 08:46:10.589 [5288:740]: restore library built Mar 4 2010 23:19:13
2010-04-16 08:46:10.603 [5288:740]: iTunes: iTunes 9.1.0.79
2010-04-16 08:46:10.603 [5288:740]: iTunes: Software payload version: 7E18 (option key)
2010-04-16 08:46:10.696 [5288:143c]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
2010-04-16 08:46:10.787 [5288:1150]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
2010-04-16 08:46:10.807 [5288:1150]: ##### build-version = #####-596.24
2010-04-16 08:46:10.807 [5288:1150]: ##### build-style = RELEASE
2010-04-16 08:46:10.808 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: GetOverlappedResult failed
2010-04-16 08:46:10.808 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: failed, error 31, usbd status c0000004
2010-04-16 08:46:11.308 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: GetOverlappedResult failed
2010-04-16 08:46:11.308 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: failed, error 31, usbd status c0000004
2010-04-16 08:46:11.808 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: GetOverlappedResult failed
2010-04-16 08:46:11.808 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: failed, error 31, usbd status c0000004
2010-04-16 08:46:12.308 [5288:1150]: USBControlTransfer: error 0, usbd status c0000004
2010-04-16 08:46:12.308 [5288:1150]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
2010-04-16 08:46:12.309 [5288:1150]: <Recovery Mode Device 06698CC0>: production fused device
2010-04-16 08:46:12.309 [5288:1150]: interface has 0 endpoints, file pipe = 255

2010-04-16 08:46:12.309 [5288:1150]: <Recovery Mode Device 06698CC0>: operation 4 progress -1
2010-04-16 08:46:12.482 [5288:1150]: bootstrapping restore with iBEC
....
2010-04-16 08:46:39.289 [5288:740]: iTunes: SCEP 5
2010-04-16 08:46:39.365 [5288:740]: iTunes: Restore error 1611


If it helps, here's some bits from the log....


2010-04-16 08:46:10.589 [5288:740]: restore library built Mar 4 2010 23:19:13
2010-04-16 08:46:10.603 [5288:740]: iTunes: iTunes 9.1.0.79
2010-04-16 08:46:10.603 [5288:740]: iTunes: Software payload version: 7E18 (option key)
2010-04-16 08:46:10.696 [5288:143c]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
2010-04-16 08:46:10.787 [5288:1150]: iTunes: Specifying UOI boot image
2010-04-16 08:46:10.807 [5288:1150]: ##### build-version = #####-596.24
2010-04-16 08:46:10.807 [5288:1150]: ##### build-style = RELEASE
2010-04-16 08:46:10.808 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: GetOverlappedResult failed
2010-04-16 08:46:10.808 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: failed, error 31, usbd status c0000004
2010-04-16 08:46:11.308 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: GetOverlappedResult failed
2010-04-16 08:46:11.308 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: failed, error 31, usbd status c0000004
2010-04-16 08:46:11.808 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: GetOverlappedResult failed
2010-04-16 08:46:11.808 [5288:1150]: AMDeviceIoControl: failed, error 31, usbd status c0000004
2010-04-16 08:46:12.308 [5288:1150]: USBControlTransfer: error 0, usbd status c0000004
2010-04-16 08:46:12.308 [5288:1150]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
2010-04-16 08:46:12.309 [5288:1150]: <Recovery Mode Device 06698CC0>: production fused device
2010-04-16 08:46:12.309 [5288:1150]: interface has 0 endpoints, file pipe = 255

2010-04-16 08:46:12.309 [5288:1150]: <Recovery Mode Device 06698CC0>: operation 4 progress -1
2010-04-16 08:46:12.482 [5288:1150]: bootstrapping restore with iBEC
....
2010-04-16 08:46:39.289 [5288:740]: iTunes: SCEP 5
2010-04-16 08:46:39.365 [5288:740]: iTunes: Restore error 1611

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Thats not the DFU Mode - this is recovery mode!

Conntect the Phone to your Mac/PC and open iTunes and Power down the one completly (Display should be black!) - Then follow this guide: http://www.iclarifie...x.php?enid=1034

After this you should be able to recover the Firmware - if not: on 1st Gen iPhone you can also try to install the original and unmodified Firmware from Apple (Modem Firmware of the 1st Gen iPhone isn't updateable - so unlock would be no Problem!)





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