Question about Apple iPhone 3G
Try to restore the software in recovery mode (turn off and then press
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
Please try to reboot your iPhone by holding both the sleep/wake and Home buttons together for at least 10 seconds. If this does not work, you can do a DFU restore.
DFU restore can be done by plugging the phone into the sync cable and opening itunes. Then hold Home and Power for 7sec (until the screen blacks out) then at that point you release the power button but keep holding home. Keep holding it until you see itunes detect a phone in DFU mode. From there you can restore and then use the option to restore the phone from your latest itunes backup once the firmware has been restored.
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