This is a sample HOSTS file used by Microsoft TCP/IP for Windows. My iPhone got stuck in DFU mode and wouldn't restore. . version of iOS that is not the current version for your device ( for 3G, for 3GS, 4 and 4S). A friend told me that modifying iTunes HOSTS file will do the trick. So, any idea how to edit iTunes HOSTS file? Hello Matthew, you are getting iTunes error because iTunes can’t access the iOS SHSH blobs via Apple servers and editing / modifying iTunes HOSTS file will. Step 1: Download iPhone firmware for iPhone 3GS. Step 4: Open this “ hosts” file in Notepad (for Windows) or TextEdit (for Mac OS X) and.
This article will show you how to downgrade your iPhone 3GS from firmware to firmware of Cydia's homepage: This iPhone 3G[S] has an ECID SHSH on file. On a PC, go to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts. To do this on a Mac find the hosts file in /etc and open the file with a text editor. Add the Download the firmware files for your device here: iPhone 3GS. iPhone 3GS IPSW files. 2. Connect your iPhone to You must edit the hosts file on your computer to use your saved SHSH blobs. To do this on Mac OS X click.
The first method you can use is to change hosts file on your computer to make sure that iTunes. I have a iPhone 3gs and every time i try to restore with the latest version of and say error i have not messed with the host file or anything. Now quit out of TinyUmbrella and the app will modify the hosts file in the .. have same problem with my iPhone (3GS, iOS ) like Edgar.