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[DIY] Restoring an Iphone ( Front and Back)

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Old 23-05-2010
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[DIY] Restoring an Iphone ( Front and Back)
  

Restoring the iPhone will return it to its original state. All your data will be deleted, but it is a solution to many problems like a jailbreak that crashed, a backup who became infected, the image of the apple or the USB cable that appears to iTunes, problem with shakes the iPhone, etc.

Case 1:

The iPhone displays a USB cable to iTunes, you're in recovery mode. Press and hold the power button and watch the iPhone will reboot. If you are still displays the image of the USB cable to iTunes, perform the restoration Method 1 .

Case 2:

You 1013/1014/1015/13 error when you try to restore the iPhone on iTunes. It appears when you are on a recent firmware and want to move to a previous firmware as 2.2.1 to 2.2. You have to go by Method 2.

NOTE:-
  • iTunes automatically makes a backup of your data whenever you sync the iPhone with the computer.
  • If you have not used iTunes before, follow these steps to make an automatic backup of your data:

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Re: [DIY] Restoring an Iphone ( Front and Back)

Steps for creating iphone backup

Step 1:
Connect the iPhone to the computer and launch iTunes (use the latest version).

Step 2:
In the left column, under Devices> select your iPhone> you have several tabs in the left column

Step 3:
To make a backup of your music and videos: click the Music tab> check the checkbox music> select All songs and playlists> select Include video clips:
  • To make a backup of your applications: click the Applications tab> check the checkbox applications> select All Applications:
  • Then click Apply at the bottom right:
  • Click Sync in the lower right:
  • Wait for the synchronization, when the synchronization is done, you'll have this posted on iTunes:

To view your backup

Browse to iTunes > Go to My Documents> My Music> iTunes> Music your music will be in the iTunes Music folder your applications will be in the Mobile Applications folder Make sure all your music and applications are. You can copy them to another location to make a backup.

Step 4:
After backing up to iTunes, disable automatic syncing before the restoration.
Click the Summary tab> uncheck Automatically sync when this iPhone is connected:
Then click Apply at the bottom right.
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Re: [DIY] Restoring an Iphone ( Front and Back)

Method 1:

If you do not intend to désimlocker the iPhone:
The direct method to restore the iPhone will automatically install the latest version of firmware that will not allow you to désimlocker the iPhone (using the SIM card of your choice). Use this method only if you do not intend to désimlocker iPhone.

Step 1:
Connect the iPhone to the computer and launch iTunes (use the latest version)

Step 2:
In the left column, under Devices> iPhone select> in the abstract> click on Restore> click Do not save> wait for the restoration. Do not disconnect the iPhone and do not quit iTunes.

After the restoration, you will find your iPhone as it was originally. Then follow these steps .

Method 2:

If you intend to jailbreak / désimlocker iPhone / move to a previous firmware:
You have to put the iPhone into DFU mode before restoring it on iTunes.

How to put the iPhone in DFU mode:
Step 1:
Connect the iPhone to the computer and launch iTunes (use the latest version)
Step 2:
Turn off the iPhone: press Start / Turn right and slide.
Step 3: (iTunes must be launched and the iPhone connected to the computer)
Press and hold the Main button and the button on / standby (main button + power on / standby at the same time).
Step 4:
The image of the apple appears, hold down anything, continue to press and hold down the Sleep / Wake and Home button until the image of a USB cable to iTunes will appear on your iPhone : You are now DFU mode.
Step 5:
You posted this on iTunes:
Stage 6:
OK
Step 7:
Then click on Restore in iTunes by holding the Shift key (or Alt key if you are on mac)
Step 8:
A dialog box appears and you can now choose the firmware file that you want to use:
Step 9:
Download the firmware file for your iPhone:
  • iPhone 3G Firmware 2.2.0: iPhone1, 2_2.2_5G77_Restore.ipsw
  • iPhone 3G Firmware 2.2.1: iPhone1, 2_2.2.1_5H11_Restore.ipsw
  • Select the firmware file and click Open, and then you just have to wait for the restoration. Do not touch anything, do not disconnect the iPhone and iTunes does not quit.
  • 1013/10xx error during restore
  • If you have the error 1013/10xx/13 during restoration (in the middle or end of progression):
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Re: [DIY] Restoring an Iphone ( Front and Back)

If the firmware is already restored to a previous version. Unplug the iPhone from the computer. You will have the image of the USB cable to iTunes, now just follow these steps:
  • Press and hold the Sleep / Wake and Home button for 15 seconds
  • Release the Home button but keep holding the button on / standby for 2 seconds
  • The image of the apple appears, you can release the power button before.
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