iOS 4.0 iOS 4.0.1 firmware image

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  1. fred2028

    fred2028 Member

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    Is it possible to make a disc image of my iOS 4.0.1 JB iPhone 4 16 GB, store it somewhere, and then be able to restore it to my iPhone later on? Kind of like how Windows can have a complete PC backup and restore it back. It's just that it's a pain to have to re-JB and re-download stuff after an iTunes restore.
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    b-mac 39 Well-Known Member

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    Like burning it to a CD or DVD or something? I don't think you can.
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    Lux2GS Well-Known Member

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    You should be able to do a copy of your RAW filesystem and burn it, yes, but idk if it works using it as backup...
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    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    If your good with looking through the file system, you can backup the files you need to backup to a flash drive. Ex. Themes.xxxxxx, Downloads (if you download), ect. Then just make a backup to save your settings.
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    I don't mean burn it on a disc. I mean make it an ISO or even just save some type of file so that all my iPhone data is in it, and if I need to, restore it from there. Like maybe a custom IPSW so that when I restore from it no JB or apps resyncing is needed?
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    The easiest way for me is i download all my debs through cyder (Desktop Cydia) then when i restore i copy them all to the autoinstall folder, reboot, and im back to where i was before.
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    I think there was.. I haven't heard about it since 3.0 came out though..

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