Question about Apple iPhone 3G
Trying to restore my iphone and getting this message error 115
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: iPhone 3G Error 0xE8000001
I just had this problem and it turned out to be... It didn't like my iPod cable. Switched to the iPhone cable and it worked.
Seems to be an iPhone 2.0 prob, or 3g prob, since I was using the iPod cable to sync my old iPhone just fine.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
SOURCE: iphone restoration error (1601)
I found a solution!
It worked for me and many others (who posted their gratitude on the original post).
Below are the instructions you have to follow. If you have disconnected your phone or shut your iTunes, don't worry. I did it. I even reinstalled iTunes a few times and shut down the computer as well.
Here it goes:
"The way to get over the 16xx errors while restoring on any firmware is this:
Once you get the error DONT DISCONNECT IPHONE OR CLOSE ITUNES. Which leaves us with only one option, rESTART Iphone. STEP BY STEP GUIDE FOR VERSION 2.0.1:
1). You get the error. (Ofcourse)
2). DONT TURN OFF ITUNES. DONT DISCONNECT IPHONE CABLE.
3). If the phone is still on, reboot/restart the phone. If its off then kick it out of DFU mode which is explained in the NEXT step.
4). Press and hold the power and home button for some time to kick the phone out of DFU mode.
5). Itunes will detect it again.
6). Now try to simple-restore it, that is click on the restore button on itunes while pressing the shift button of your keyboard. YOU WILL GET THE 16XX ERROR AGAIN IN 5 MINS !!!! but dont worry, everything is under control.
7). now your iPhone will have the picture of the iPhone cable on its screen. good.
(DONT TURN OFF ITUNES. DONT DISCONNECT IPHONE CABLE.)
8). NOW put the iPhone it in DFU mode. How? Firstly turn the phone off (it might try to start up on its own again but turn it off again). Once its off, Press and hold the power and home button for 10 seconds, then release the power button but keep the home button pressed for another 10-20 seconds till itunes recognizes your phone.
9). NOW restore the phone by selecting the pawned custom firmware that you created and you will NOT get the 16xx error.
I got this solution from here:
Hope it works for all of you.
Phil from Brazil
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
SOURCE: iphone will not restore
HI, i tryed everthing to restore my iphone 3GS in DFU mode in recovery mode tryed all versions of itunes nothing worked some guys from a service told me that it must appear a bootrom update and then it works is it true ???...
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
Hi ,after searching all over the internet and posting on
every forum possible i didn`t find a real answer well it seems to be a
rare problem but critical. Don`t get confused by this noobs that they
just post "to be in business" ,here are some tips that confused me as
hell like changing the motherboard of my iphone and battery and i saw
very much of you did the same way after tryed all my tips here and no
result... and that are...restoring in dfu mode or recovery mode, tryed
all versions of itunes,hard reset,adding the source 220.127.116.11
gs.apple.com in the file
C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\hosts,reinstall windows xp ,vista, 7
eaven on iMac,tryed with iReb NOTHING WORKED...but don`t panic and
don`t replace anything at your iphone because it must be released a
bootrom update in 2-3weeks and that should solve all the iphones
troubles.Good luck cya i think this will help a lot :D
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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