Is DFU Reachable By.......

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  1. MuseFan288

    MuseFan288 New Member

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    Some sort of computer method like a program or something.
    My sleep button is messed up and i have to press down really hard and eventually my finger gets tired of failing.
    So any program to put it in DFU i have a 2G running 3.0.
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    Nope, you have to use the home/power buttons.
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    will the method here work
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    Link doesn't work.
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    No, it won't work. I don't think the link works, either. You have to do it by hand.
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    a program like this is possible correct? i mean its the same process for every device and every firmware so far... idk abt 1.x but ik 2.0 and up have worked the same way, so a program would be easy, especially because the dfu chip is a chip, never have to look for it lol if i knew how to program more than a theme i would do it myself lol but i cant code anything..
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    I remember there was a program that had 4 buttons;
    1. Boot iPhone in DFU Mode
    2. Boot out of DFU Mode
    3. Boot into Recovery Mode
    4. Boot out of Recovery Mode

    Recovery Mode = DFU.
    It was either RedTool or QuickFail....

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