Discuss Maybe this is why it can't be unlocked - Dev's read please at the General - Hackint0sh.org; hi, according to my friend who works for a phone maker, all mobile phones are ...
hi, according to my friend who works for a phone maker, all mobile phones are tested to work with emergency numbers 911/112
EVEN if the phone is under "key lock", EVEN if the phone is WITHOUT sim card inserted
thus it doesn't mean anything except that the GSM bandwidth in your country is supported by iPhone
Originally Posted by wombat
My take the last dev update post combined with your theorysounds like you may be right.
The att (410) and iphone code has to be the same as the start of the imsi.
i assume that in the encryted data flow from itunes could easily be sending the codes into the firmware of the chip. And they do state it is a different type of locking in the post
i never said or implied that it did, i was simply responding to smman. my answer to him was off topic.
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