How to fix errors after downgrade baseband 06.15 - Redsn0w 0.9.14b1

downgrade baseband 06.15
Following the opportunity to downgrade baseband 06.15 using redsn0w 0.9.14b1, many users are blocked by some errors, here is how to solve them.

1 - If you have the error: redsn0w has stopped working or if redsn0w ramdisk hangs on:


It is imperative to right click and go on redsn0w properties / compatibility and check "Windows XP" and "Run as an Administrator"

Redsn0w then once launched, start the task manager and do a right click on "redsn0w.exe" and choose "Set affinity" and select a CPU.

2 - If after downgrade baseband 06.15 you did not have a network:

install Mobile Substrate Ultrasn0w and then do a reboot of the iPhone

3 - If the baseband 6.15 is still present after downgrade:
How to fix errors
How to fix errors
Redsn0w restart and repeat the downgrade

4 - If you have this message: ERROR! Please perform a clean "slide to power off" and try again:

Turn off your iPhone and repeat the downgrade

5 - If you have the error 127 with redsn0w:

Copy the file sqlite3.dll found in C / Program Files / Common Files / Apple / Apple Application Support/SQLite3.dll and paste it into the file redsn0w

6 - If your baseband is grayed out or absent before the downgrade:

The downgrade will not be possible as you don 'have not a valid baseband on your iPhone!

7 - If you have other than baseband 6.15 but not supported by Ultrasn0w:

Then install the 6.15 baseband with redsn0w then do the downgrade BUT BEWARE do not do this if you have an iPhone 3G manufactured after week 34 of 2011 is a serial number greater than xx134 ...

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