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Topic # 25464 22-Aug-2008 06:15
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I think I made a big mistake.  I have a 1st generation iphone that I recently sold. The purchaser ask me to update the phone to 2.0.1 but I updated to 2.0.2  Now he tells me he was going to unlock it and jailbreak the phone himself  The phone was never unlocked nor jailbroken before.  Is it possible to unlock or jail break the updated phone.  Can I reverse what I did.  Have I lost my sale?  Please help!!

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  Reply # 158846 22-Aug-2008 07:30
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Can it be unlocked?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 158854 22-Aug-2008 08:16
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pays to check here: http://blog.iphone-dev.org/ after each update is released to see if they're ready to pwn it.

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  Reply # 158880 22-Aug-2008 10:03
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If the buyer wants firmware 2.0.1 download it directly and restore it using itunes.



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  Reply # 158948 22-Aug-2008 13:24
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How do I download it directly, Itunes only gives you 2.0.2 option right now How do I restore.  I am truley a novice and need more direction

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  Reply # 158955 22-Aug-2008 14:02
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You need the restore image. You can find the details in the following topic:-
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Click here to find info on how to do a restore after you have downloaded the firmware.

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