Sunday, July 18, 2010


Have you ever ran into the problem where you try to restore 3.1.2 the iPhone refuses to boot in normal mode and starts in Recovery mode. A google search taught me that this as recovery mode loop.

To fix recovery mode loop, a script called iRecovery is your save, iRecovery is a libusb-based command line utility for Mac OS X and Linux (perhaps Windows too). It is able to talk to the iBoot/iBSS in Apple’s iPhone/iPod touch via USB.

This is however instruction for Mac OSX
Download I recovery here

1. Open Terminal and start iRecovery by typing ./iRecovery -s

3) Then execute the following commands:

setenv auto-boot true

3) Reboot your iPhone (hold home & sleep until apple logo appears).

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