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Try to DFU restore your iPhone. Hope you got a backup, because you're losing the stuff on it. with iPhone plugged in, hold down the sleep wake switch, and the home button for about 10 seconds, until the iPhone turns off. Once the screen goes black, continue holding, count to 8. Release sleep wake switch, continue depressing home button. Wait for iTunes to recognize, and you'll be prompted to restore. If this does not work, you'll need to get in touch with apple. Either at an Apple Store, or at 1-800-APL-CARE
1. Plug your Iphone into your computer (mac or PC) and than quit itunes/iphoto/whatever else opens up<br /><br />2. download greenpoison for mac or PC<br />(http://greenpois0n.com/)<br /><br />3. Open the .exe or dmg and run the program<br /><br />4. click start, than it is important to follow the instructions exactly as soon as each instruction is highlighting follow that instruction for as long as it is highlighted<br /><br />5. your iphone will look a little crazy DONT reboot it or touch anything it will reboot itself<br /><br />6. there will now be a "loader" application installed on your Iphone<br /><br />(I reccomend connecting to wifi for this next step but its not mandatory)<br /><br />7. open the loader app and click install cydia and then wait for it to install<br /><br />8. now cydia is installed you can use this to install a wide variety of third party apps<br /><br />Congratulations your Iphone is now jailbroken!
Yeah, just plug in the iPhone and restore it to factory settings. Pretty straight forward.
If you can't get iTunes to recognize it, then you might have to use recovery mode.
Plug in the iPhone to the computer.
Press and hold power button and home button until the iPhone powers off.
Once this occurs, wait 5 seconds exactly!!!
Then release the power button but keep holding onto the home button.
iTunes should recognize the phone being in recovery mode.
From there, click restore and you're done.