iPhone 3G iphone 3g iboot problem and error 14

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  1. AndreaMagnat

    AndreaMagnat New Member

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    Hi..sorry for my bad english..

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    How can i restore my iphone 3g?! every restore error 14.. i've tried a lot of configuration.. itunes 8.1.. 9.. 7.5.. and fw 2.0 2.1 2.2.1 3.0 3.1 3.1.2 but nothing.. help me please.. i don't wont to give apple 211euros..

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    thanks a lot!!!!!
  2. jmwerkus

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    put it in dfu and restore
  3. AndreaMagnat

    AndreaMagnat New Member

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    i've been tried but the same error..

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    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    try another computer. or reboot your computer and try again
  5. AndreaMagnat

    AndreaMagnat New Member

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    i've been tried a lot of time but nothing.. it's one month that i try.. thanks a lot..
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    Ah with irecovery i've this:
    [FTL:MSG] Apple NAND Driver (AND) RO
    [NAND] Device ID 0xb655d7ec
    [NAND] BANKS_TOTAL 4
    [NAND] BLOCKS_PER_BANK 8192
    [NAND] PAGES_PER_BANK 1048576
    [NAND SECTORS_PER_PAGE 8
    [NAND] BYTES_PER_SPARE 128
    [FTL:MSG] FIL_Init [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] BUF_Init [OK]
    [FTL:MSG] FPart Init [OK]
    read old style signature 0x43303035 (line:286)
    [WMR:ERR] NAND format invalid (mismatch, corrupt, read error or blank NAND device)
    [WMR:ERR] boolSignatureFound false boolProductionFormatVerified true nSig 0x43303035
    ******************************************************************************
    *****************************************************************************
    AND: NAND initialisation failed due to format mismatch or uninitialised NAND.
    AND: Please reboot with reformatting enabled.
    ******************************************************************************
    ******************************************************************************
    NAND failed initialisation
    Boot Failure Count: 0 Panic Fail Count: 9
    Entering recovery mode, starting command prompt
    ] Memory image not valid
    (Recovery) iPhone$



    Help me pleaseeee!!!

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  6. Espe01

    Espe01 New Member

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    Hi, let the iphone conneted to itunes for "40 minutes" and then atutomaticcally you should have it resetted.
  7. AndreaMagnat

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    ?! connected to itunes?! what i have to do?! connect and ?! thanks
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    Can part of the iPhoneUpdater.log help?!

    2009-12-17 23:11:15.048 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: device did not return saved panic log
    2009-12-17 23:11:15.048 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: previous restore failed with exit status 0x100
    2009-12-17 23:11:15.061 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: connected to service com.apple.mobile.restored
    2009-12-17 23:11:15.061 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: using protocol version 12
    2009-12-17 23:11:15.069 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: unable to open device_map.txt: No such file or directory
    2009-12-17 23:11:15.070 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: board config = n82ap
    2009-12-17 23:11:15.102 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: <Restore Device 00AD2788>: operation 28 progress -1
    2009-12-17 23:11:15.271 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: <Restore Device 00AD2788>: operation 11 progress -1
    2009-12-17 23:11:17.021 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: <Restore Device 00AD2788>: operation 12 progress -1
    2009-12-17 23:11:19.785 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: <Restore Device 00AD2788>: operation 12 progress -1
    2009-12-17 23:11:23.858 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: <Restore Device 00AD2788>: operation 13 progress 0
    2009-12-17 23:11:33.865 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: <Restore Device 00AD2788>: operation 13 progress 1
    2009-12-17 23:11:33.865 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: ASR progress: Initialized communication with client
    2009-12-17 23:11:42.920 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: <Restore Device 00AD2788>: operation 13 progress 5
    2009-12-17 23:11:42.920 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: ASR progress: Starting to send payload
    2009-12-17 23:11:43.462 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: <Restore Device 00AD2788>: operation 13 progress 6
    2009-12-17 23:11:43.462 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: ASR progress: Sending payload
    2009-12-17 23:11:49.957 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: <Restore Device 00AD2788>: operation 13 progress 100
    2009-12-17 23:11:49.957 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: ASR progress: Finished
    2009-12-17 23:11:50.276 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]: device returned AMR error 14
    2009-12-17 23:11:50.577 iTunes.exe[5464:db4]:
    ==== device restore output ====
    x::setPowerStateGated(): 0 -> 1, 0xc1816000
    AppleMRVL868x: Ethernet address 00:23:12:b5:54:fb
    AppleMRVL868x: Loading Main Program
    AppleMRVL868x: Firmware loaded.
    AirPort: Link Down on en0
    AppleMRVL868x: Command line options and current values used by driver
    AppleMRVL868x: marvel-debug=0x88
    AppleMRVL868x: marvell-feature-flags=0x3f
    AppleMRVL868x: mrvl.ps.unicast_timeout=100
    AppleMRVL868x: mrvl.ps.multicast_timeout=10
    AppleMRVL868x: mrvl.ps.entrance_timeout=15
    AppleMRVL868x: marvell-powersave-listenint=1
    AppleMRVL868x: marvell-retry-limit=15
    AppleMRVL868x: marvell-sdio-pulldowns=-1
    AppleMRVL868x: WTE=0x0
    [FTL:MSG] FTL_Open [OK]
    AppleMRVL868x Hardware Details:
    Firmware Version: 9.108.5.p3 (0x03096c05)
    I/O Version: 0x0002
    Hardware Version: 0x0012
    Mac Address: 00:23:12:b5:54:fb
    found suitable IOMobileFramebuffer: AppleH1CLCD
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice - Configuration: PTP
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice Interface: PTP
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice - Configuration: iPod USB Interface
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice Interface: USBAudioControl
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice Interface: USBAudioStreaming
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice Interface: IapOverUsbHid
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice - Configuration: PTP + Apple Mobile Device
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice Interface: PTP
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice Interface: AppleUSBMux
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice - Configuration: PTP + Apple Mobile Device + Apple USB Ethernet
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice Interface: PTP
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice Interface: AppleUSBMux
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice Interface: AppleUSBEthernet
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function USBAudioControl
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function USBAudioStreaming
    IOAccessoryPortUSB::start
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function IapOverUsbHid
    virtual bool AppleUSBDeviceMux::start(IOService*) build: Sep 25 2009 23:57:14
    init_waste
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function AppleUSBMux
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function AppleUSBEthernet
    AppleUSBEthernetDevice::start: Device MAC address = 0a:0b:ad:0b:ab:e0
    AppleUSBEthernetDevice::start: Host MAC address = 00:23:12:b5:54:fb
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction Register function PTP
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::gated_registerFunction all functions registered- we are ready to start usb stack
    AppleSynopsysOTGCore::setCurrentLimit: current:0, suspended:0
    virtual IOReturn AppleUSBDeviceMux::setProperties(OSObject*) setting debug level to 7
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::handleUSBReset
    AppleSynopsysOTGCore::setCurrentLimit: current:100, suspended:0
    close(caller = 0x3d98): remote port = 49152
    close(caller = 0x3d98): remote port = 49153
    close(caller = 0x3d98): remote port = 49154
    client protocol version 12
    unable to open plist: No such file or directory
    entering partition_nand_device
    device is not a boot-from-NAND device
    entering wait_for_storage_device
    entering check_for_restore_log
    executing /sbin/fsck_hfs
    ** /dev/rdisk0s1
    ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.
    Invalid B-tree node size
    (3, 0)
    ** Volume check failed.
    filesystem check failed, unable to check for logs
    entering create_filesystem_partitions
    encryptable property not found
    creating unencrypted data partition
    AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::handleUSBReset
    AppleSynopsysOTGCore::setCurrentLimit: current:100, suspended:0
    AppleSynopsysOTGCore::setCurrentLimit: current:100, suspended:0
    AppleSynopsysOTGCore::setCurrentLimit: current:500, suspended:0
    AppleSynopsysOTGCore::setCurrentLimit: current:500, suspended:0
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xc24da280 established 62078<-lo0->49152 62078<-usb->4096
    void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(__mbuf*) received reset, closing 0xc24da280
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xc24da300 established 62078<-lo0->49153 62078<-usb->4352
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xc24da200 established 62078<-lo0->49154 62078<-usb->4608
    void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleMuxTCPInput(__mbuf*) received reset, closing 0xc24da300
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::sessionUpcall socket is closed, session 0xc24da200 (62078<-lo0->49154 62078<-usb->4608)
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xc24da000 established 62078<-lo0->49155 62078<-usb->4864
    wipe entire partition: 0 (old = 500 new = 500)
    creating 1048576 byte wipe buffer
    block size for /dev/disk0s1: 4096
    /sbin/newfs_hfs -s -v System /dev/disk0s1
    executing /sbin/newfs_hfs
    Initialized /dev/rdisk0s1 as a 500 MB HFS Plus volume
    creating 1048576 byte wipe buffer
    block size for /dev/disk0s2: 4096
    /sbin/newfs_hfs -s -v Data /dev/disk0s2
    executing /sbin/newfs_hfs
    Initialized /dev/rdisk0s2 as a 14988 MB HFS Plus volume
    entering restore_images
    executing /usr/sbin/asr
    ASR STATUS: start 110 multicast-client
    ASR: Waiting for connection attempt from server
    void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult(BulkUSBMuxSession*, errno_t) new session to port 12345 failed: 61
    void AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult(BulkUSBMuxSession*, errno_t) new session to port 12345 failed: 61
    ASR STATUS: setup
    ASR: Validating target...done
    ASR STATUS: metadata
    ASR: Validating source...
    AppleUSBDeviceMux::handleConnectResult new session 0xc2111f00 established 12345<-lo0->49158 12345<-usb->5632
    ASR: done
    ASR: Warning: the target volume may not be bootable
    ASR: Erasing target device /dev/disk0s1...
    ASR: done
    ASR: Retrieving scan information...done
    ASR: Validating sizes...
    ASR: done
    ASR STATUS: restore
    ASR: Checksum failed: expected
  8. brendanm

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    Connect for 40 Minutes and it'll automatically be reset? That's not true. I leave my iPhone connected for hours sometimes, it never seems to 'reset'. If so, iPhone users would be angry at Apple and they'd remove that feature, as truth be told, considering the battery life, for those of us that are on the computer for good lengths of time, we leave our iPhone connected to iTunes so we can maintain a good battery level.

    Anyway,
    Shut off your iPhone completely, plug it in, and in a different USB port if you have one, then give the restore another try.
  9. 42395_skyline

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    when its in DFU or recovery mode it does reset by itself after a wile. it happens to my ipod touch. one time i put it in Recovery mode and i left it plugged in and walked away and when i came back later on it was out of recovery on my springboard. other times it just reboots.
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    Yeah, in DFU mode and such. It might not be in that mode for him though, I've been through a few different mode's or boots on my iPhone and iPod in the past.

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