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    Hey guys,

    I successfully unlocked 3 iphones for friends & family but on my 4th unlock i forgot to update the firmware from 1.0 to 1.02 and used the files meant to be used with 1.01 or 1.02. After going through the whole unlock process, I enabled the baseband with the launchctl command and when I tried my T-Mobile SIM or even the AT&T(Not-Active) with the phone it says "No Service". What I want to know is that, if there is a way I could fix this or reverse it so I can do the Unlock all over again and I tried restoring & google.

    Your help will be greatly appreciated.



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    to me sounds like maybe you didn't type the last command ...Launchctl -w /System/Linrary/LaunchDaemon.......... Check it might work

    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by ert007 View Post
    to me sounds like maybe you didn't type the last command ...Launchctl -w /System/Linrary/LaunchDaemon.......... Check it might work

    Good luck
    No, I entered the whole command
    launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
    Also, if I go to Settings > Carrier it shows the loading circle and then says "Error" below it but iTunes picks up my Phone number from my T-Mobile SIM.
    Last edited by hummer360; 09-07-2007 at 09:49 AM.

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    I restored my iphone and still have the messege No Service!!! I tried using my sim in my sony ericsson K750i and it worked fine. Any ideas?

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    Guys what activation method you used before doing the HW UNLOCK?


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    Quote Originally Posted by hummer360 View Post
    Hey guys,

    I successfully unlocked 3 iphones for friends & family but on my 4th unlock i forgot to update the firmware from 1.0 to 1.02 and used the files meant to be used with 1.01 or 1.02. After going through the whole unlock process, I enabled the baseband with the launchctl command and when I tried my T-Mobile SIM or even the AT&T(Not-Active) with the phone it says "No Service". What I want to know is that, if there is a way I could fix this or reverse it so I can do the Unlock all over again and I tried restoring & google.

    Your help will be greatly appreciated.
    @hummer360

    You have probably patched the same offsets in the 1.0 firmware, but only in the 1.01 and 1.02 are the offsets at the same place...

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    You have probably patched the same offsets in the 1.0 firmware, but only in the 1.01 and 1.02 are the offsets at the same place...
    so, shouldn't restoring fix that problem. If yes, then I already tried that.

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    Guys what activation method you used before doing the HW UNLOCK?
    I used Jon Lech Johansen’s Phone Activation Server

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    Identical issue. Used stickied unlock method with prepatched files. T-Mobile as well.
    Tried iNdependence activation and factory activation, both work but I get no service.
    Last edited by PathDaemon; 09-08-2007 at 08:26 AM.
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    iPhone 1.0.2 OOB > stabbed vital component with screwdriver during HW unlock, no more hardware unlocks >AppleCare> 1.1.1 OOB >> 1.1.4 Pwned on T-Mobile > * DEAD * >AppleCare> 4.2 BL R-R-R-Refurb 2.0.1 OOB > 2.0.2 QuickPwn > jfb392/T-Pot 2.1 jailbreak > 2.1 Pwnage (Mac) > *crashing issue, bad RAM?* >AppleCare> 4.2 BL R-R-R-Refurb 2.2.1 OOB > 2.2.1 QuickPwn (Mac) > 3.0.1 3GS (AT&T)

    Carrier: AT&T

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    same problem. I unlocked 6 so far. This one is giving me trouble. Only thing i see different is the back of the battary there is a white sticker that covers the whole battary when you take off the case. Do you guys have this too? All the other ones that i did had a silver battary cover film.


 

 
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