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    Hold down shift and click Restore so that you can choose the 1.0.2 file.


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    so to clarify

    I'm on windows.

    I take the IPSW files I put it on the desktop, put the iPhone in restore mode, then press SHIFT and click restore and it'll allow me to select the IPSW file on the desktop?

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    with all respect to Apple and Steve Jobs :
    if - by upgrading the iPhone to 1.1.1 - they (Apple Inc.) DARE to turn our "unlocked" iPhones into bricks : we warn you for the largest class action law suite in the ICT history falling down on your heads.
    Those -at least 500.000- once happy Apple customers (contributing to the massive/huge/colossal (sometimes) backdated stock option plans for Mr. Steve Jobs), might turn into a frustrated and unhappy Apple customer ...
    We have lawyers ready to take this on !!!!
    Any iPhone turning into a brick after updating to 1.1.1 is bricked on purpose by Apple.
    Just want to see a judge taking side of Apple in this against over 500.000 combined iPhone users ...

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    amnesia:

    Did you find the answer to your question? I would like to know as well, im still waiting to receive my IPhone and just want to learn "mostly everything" now before I encounter any complications.

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    @Top, I read around and I think that my method is correct.

    Put it on restore, hold shift then click restore in itunes, then select the IPSW files.


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    I see this news as an empty threat to keep people from unlocking.

    The software unlocking methods are completely reversable.

    Most people who've been smart enough to keep up with the news unlock their phone should know this.

    It's basically just to keep people who don't have a clue from even trying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amnesia View Post
    so to clarify

    I'm on windows.

    I take the IPSW files I put it on the desktop, put the iPhone in restore mode, then press SHIFT and click restore and it'll allow me to select the IPSW file on the desktop?
    No, I think he means in iTunes. Shift click the Restore button there.

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    I smell a long battle between the devs and Apple like with PSP devs and Sony.

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    i wont have my iphone till the 7th so hopefully it will still be unlockable when i recieve it.

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    Well ..I wasnt going to update anyway, to part with the programs I currently have on my iPhone..compared to what I'd gain by updating, I think Im going to stick with what I have right now

    Just a crazy thought, what could happen if somebody (concurently) writes a different firmware for the iPhone, and maybe even better (in some ways) than the one Apple releases. Then it would be really really interesting


 

 
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