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If your iPhone is jailbroken (do not restore from iTunes) Instead try to restore using the jailbreak software used originally. Please take note as to why I displayed the top message first. As for the iPhone through iTunes, you are stuck in what is known as a boot loop error. A restore from iTunes is required provided your iPhone is not jailbroken. The 5.1.0 release for the jailbreak is not yet out and you will not be able to downgrade back to 5.0.0 once you restore from iTunes.
remove older verion of itune, restart computer, install itune 7.5, (filehippo.com) reboot, restore your phone with 1.1.4 firmware, if there are no error message, you are good to go the next step of ziphone 3.0 and it should work.
Try this tijanotu:
You will need these files/program: 1. Ziphone 3.0 program 2. Ziphone Firmware Files 1.1.2, AND 1.1.4.To get these files open Ziphone 3.0 then Click Help and Support, then middle box on top of page Web Links Firmware Files 1.1.2 and 1.1.4 (to make it easier to find I always save everything to the desktop) 3. Kiphone http://www.iclarified.com/entry/comments.php?page=1&enid=1536#commentsanchor Not sure if all these steps are needed for success, I am just putting it all down becuase this is exactly what I did to get my cell signal back. First, I uninstalled itunes 7.7. Then I downloaded and installed itunes 7.5. At this point you will have to rename your itunes libray folder. Instructions are here: http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=1504 Next I downgraded the iphone to 1.1.2 using the link above. Downgrading steps: Connect phone to computer Open Ziphone 3.0 Click on Prepare for Upgrade (this will put iphone into DFU mode) Now you have to restore using itunes 7.5 (which will open up as soon as the iphone goes into DFU mode.) In itunes hold down SHIFT key (FOR WINDOWS) while pressing RESTORE. This will allow you to browse for the firmware file 1.1.2 you previously downloaded. Click on the 1.1.2 restore file and hit OPEN. This will begin the restoring process. You will probably get an error code noting the restore wasn't successful. Ignore this unless the error code number is in the 1600's. After this I tried to jailbreak my iphone using Ziphone 3.0 but wasn't successful so I: Repeated the restore process but his time restoring to 1.1.4. Got the same error saying that restore wasn't successful, which I ignored. Then I closed itunes, went into Ziphone 3.0 (iphone still connected to computer) and clicked on Do it all! Jailbreak worked fine except I still had no cell signal. To fix this I went to: Iclarified, (the BEST iphone website *******!!) Got Kiphone patch (see Number 3 above) installed it and got my cell service back.
i had something similar where my iphone just freezes and goes back to home 3 seconds after i go to the phone part of the iphone. I just went to settings>RiP Dev (something I downloaded after jailbreaking)>RiP Dev Products > Kate and there Look for a checked application called facelift. I unchecked it and my calling worked again. It was cause Facelift is not compadable with Winter Board (another app dled from installer) If this doesnt solve the problem then... sorry :x
I would recommend a full restore to 1.1.3, from there, you can jailbreak with ziphone.
To get your phone into DFU mode to restore, you can try:
Step 1. Turn off your iPhone.
Step 2. Hold down the power and home button.
Step 3. When you see the Apple logo, release the power button but continue holding the home button down.
Step 4. Open iTunes and wait for it to tell you that its in restore mode.
Sounds like you were trying to jailbreak your phone and it failed. You need to get your phone back into DFU mode and do a full restore to version 1.1.3. Then use ZiPhone (ziphone.org) to jailbreak your phone. Use these instructions to get your phone into DFU mode and restore your phone: