Quick Freedom problems.

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  1. Jackol12345

    Jackol12345 New Member

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    When i was try to make the custom firmware my quick freedom will stop at 84% and stay there so i press cancel and then all my memory on drive C: is taken up and now i only have about 86 mbs left. anyone know where i can delete the non finished custom firmwares at? Please help!!!
  2. KG3

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    search it on the c drive, it will be named custom firmware.ipsw
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    Why the hell would you stop it?
    How long did you even wait?
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    i waited a whole hour for it and it still stuck at 84% and i just got done searching my C drive and it couldn't find it
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    Hmm, you should try QuickPwn. Much better IMO.
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    Ill try it but i still need that memory back. Any ideas?
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    thats odd, i used that program about a month ago and no problems at all. my custom firmware was saved where i downloaded the original firmware, if that helps
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    well quickfreedom could attomatically put in recycle bin so maybe look in there and empty it?
    Dunno just a guess

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