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iphone unlocking software

fes_786

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found this and thaught peeps would be intrested

its a programe that lets u unlock ur iphone too all networks
 
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edogg

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sorry m8 there is no link but any way the iphone unlock software has not been released as yet the software that is about only lets you use the phone as an expensive ipod without being on the AT&T network.

edogg
 

psykosis

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Software unlock

Check out this site for software unlocking of the apple iphone - http://iphone.unlock.no, no need to make any hardware modifications.

I unlocked mine using this guide and it works for all networks except 3.
 
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I have the iphone i wanted to to unlock...Cant see the link to the software? Do i need certain number os posts or something?
 

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I got an Iphone off my bro in law, was locked up (too many pin attempts) he couldn't be bothered calling up, unlocking, all that so I done it for him...looked around net, tried loads of programmes....managed to find a good one, where ya flash a backup image (activated image) where ya dont have to register through itunes...I now have latest firmware on it, jailbroken, and unlocked to any service, only thing is that when ya set it up, you have to reset the service carrier (networks) as it will say no service...after reboot works a treat....only thing is that you can't update it u need to wait on a flash to come out ... but I'm not bothered as long as it works :) if anyone wants to know this software you could pm me and I'll tell ya, if allowed by mods
 

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I tryed that but diidn't work any other idea's m8 please!!
don't know mate, what firmware (flash) you running? I'm on 2.2 and have no probs, have you used the BL-39 and BL-46 files when flashing iphone?

should be a file iPhone1,1_2.2_5G77_restore file too

if you want I can send add me to msn :)
 

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i am on 2.2 as well!! do you think it may have any thing to do with loading from itunes first?
 

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I recently got an iphone 3g and to jailbreak it is quite easy...
Just have a look over at hxxp://blog.iphone-dev.org/ for QuickPwn
This is working on the latest 2.2 firmware.

They also have a beta software for an unlock called yellowsn0w, which I haven't tried personally, but other people have reported some success, including Stephen Fry lol
 

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after jailbreaking the 3g i phone you have to connect the phone wireless only go to the cydia application and find the yellowsnow application, if its not there then go to manage and type in the app address
* Cydia source: yellowsn0w.com and download and run the application ( it is a zero in sn0w)

all done
 

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QuickPwn for the 2.2.1 firmware is already out
hxxp://torrents.thepiratebay.org/4689995/QuickPwn-225-2.zip.4689995.TPB.torrent

worked fine for me, I did a restore to the 2.2.1 firmware then jailbreak with QuickPwn (not interested in unlocking at the moment as it's a contract) yellowsn0w not working on the updated baseband in 2.2.1
If you do want to unlock and have 2.2.1 update you have to make a custom .ipsw update using PwnageTool
 

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its not really worth the hassle of having to reinstall all the apps

so not really nessisarry tp update to 221
 

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well if you want to keep your cydia apps it's not hard, just have to install AptBackup app. It copies packages to an area of the disk that isn't lost during the update, so you run AptBackup and back them up, do the iTunes backup, do the update, restore from iTunes, jailbreak, reinstall AptBackup, then restore all your apps. Up to personal choice obviously. I used it as an opportunity to wipe all the random apps I had added, and just re-installed stuff I liked.