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How do i exit my iphone running on singleuser boot

How do i exit my iphone, when it is in singleuser root -- fsck not done root device is mounted read-only

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    How do i exit my iphone running on singleuser boot

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    i can't do anything not even restart my iphone

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I HAVE IT!!!!!! go to ziphone.com download it and follow instructions

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

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hey guys... the only thing you can do now is to restore your iphone/ipodtouch...
how to restore:
connect your itouch/iphone with usb to your computer and open itunes... probably itunes will not find your itouch/iphone cause its not booted correctly... so
hold down the sleep button and home button for more then 15 sec. first it appears a black screen and after actually you have to hold down both buttons till this logo with the usb and itunes appears and then itunes said its a problem with your itouch/iphone and you have to restore...
thats all - itunes restores your itouch/iphone and finish :D

good luck guys ;)

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RESTORE ppl!!
best of luck!!

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How do i exit my iphone running on singleuser boot


hey guys... the only thing you can do now is to restore your iphone/ipodtouch...
how to restore:
connect your itouch/iphone with usb to your computer and open itunes... probably itunes will not find your itouch/iphone cause its not booted correctly... so
hold down the sleep button and home button for more then 15 sec. first it appears a black screen and after actually you have to hold down both buttons till this logo with the usb and itunes appears and then itunes said its a problem with your itouch/iphone and you have to restore...
thats all - itunes restores your itouch/iphone and finish :D

good luck guys ;)

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o no u know wat hv u dont u have deleted d binary files which is used 2 reboot d fone now wat u do is connect to itunes restore it frm d latest software and then unlok it by ziphone or iliberty and then use it................this wud b easy and gud

enjoy

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