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    can anyone explain this thanks,
    I do not receive any SMS after the unlock
    A. Hi, I software unlocked my iphone yesterday and used it with t-mobile germany.
    Everything worked - but incoming sms didn't work. So i found this solution and tried it - worked perfectly.
    First get your EEP file from the firmware you've flashed (i.e. 1.0.2 today). We cannot link to the EEP files for copyright reasons.
    I solved the problem and now no issues at all include incomming SMS
    1- launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
    2- bbupdater -f ICE03.14.08_G.fls
    3- bbupdater -e ICE03.14.08_G.eep
    4- launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
    the IMEI should change to something like 004999010640000 and the iPhone will not accept any SIM if not start from step 1 again
    >> Note: my IMEI did not change - why should it ? I had my tmobile sim in all the time and it worked.
    5- do the unlock process again (even if your iPhone HW Unlocked)
    6. process restart and enjoy your bugs free iPhone



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    Can someone confirm that this method works? As a friend is facing the same problem, and I cannot experiment with his phone.
    ░▒▓█ Working iPhone v1.1.3
    ░▒▓█ Call In/Out ► Yes/Yes
    ░▒▓█ SMS In/Out ► Yes/Yes
    ░▒▓█ WiFi/EDGE ► Yes
    ░▒▓█ YouTube App ► Yes
    ░▒▓█ Voicemail ► Yes
    ░▒▓█ [MOD] iVolume v2.0 beta ► Yes

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    people who know what they are doing are saying that this does work but ive tryed it and i apper to be doing somthing wrong, any one with ideas would be apreciated

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    Yes i can confirm this method DOES work.

    Ill describe with more detail how i did this ( and wasted 4 hours) to sort out my iphone. NOTE youtube MAY NOT work after this, but i will provide a solution for this.

    Note: These are instructions based very loosley on what iv found on the internet, some have been copied n pasted. I thank the original authors (who ever they are) for their support and tutorials.

    Note2:

    Please READ before you do anything. Try and understand what being done (i didnt, and it took me 4 hours to figure out what was going on)

    Step 1

    Make you you have installed and done the following:

    Installed on iPhone:

    Installer.app
    Community Sources
    BSD Subsystem
    OpenSSH
    bbupdater (This needs to manually installed on your iPhone, placed in your /usr/local/ directory, which you need to create)

    Note: you will need to chmod bbupdater to work. do this by typing:

    chmod +x bbupdater

    Installed on PC/Mac

    PuTTY for windows < very simple to log into your iphone, just supply your iphone's IP and your done.

    Mac users should have an ssh client installed (type ssh in terminal) (from the top of my head you need to type "ssh root@10.0.2.2" < Note thats my iphones ip.)

    if its the first time your connecting to you iphone it will take around a minute to connect. your default password is "dottie"

    Done the following:

    Removed SIM PIN
    Disabled the Auto Unlock Feature.

    Have the following files on your iPhone, in the /usr/bin directory

    ICE03.14.08_G.fls
    ICE03.14.08_G.eep
    nor

    These files are found on your iPhone in the /usr/local/standalone/firmware/ directory & in the iunlock package floating about (Yes people are STILL linking it but i wont )

    Step two: Disable the CommCenter

    This is done by typing:

    launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist


    Step three: Configure minicom

    Type:

    minicom -s

    This will get you to the minicom configuration screen. Go down to Serial Port Setup and press enter. Now press the letter a, and change the line to read


    /dev/tty.baseband



    Save the settings by pressing enter



    Press Escape and move down to the line that reads "Save setup as dfl" and press enter

    press CTRL+A, then Q

    Step Four: Flash the Baseband

    Type:

    bbupdater -f ICE03.14.08_G.fls


    once thats finished type :

    bbupdater -e ICE03.14.08_G.eep


    The phones IMEI should change to something like 004999010640000. your phone will not accept ANY sims

    Step Five: Enable the CommCenter


    Type this command to enable the commcenter

    launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist


    Step Six: Unlock the phone again

    You now need to do the following.

    Restore > Jailbreak > Activate > run anySim

    Restart your phone. It should now recieve SMS messages

    Once this is done, check youtube. if it does not work follow these insructions to get it working:

    http://www.ging.co.nz/youtube.php

    Enjoy.

    PS: If you need help with what i have written, please provide full details with what you need help with. ill try my best to help you (including error messages)
    Last edited by koen; 10-11-2007 at 01:08 AM.

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    boss i am using the same method but after run in mobile terminal type bbupdater -e ICE03.14.08_G.eep display the Error: Baseband bootloder is too old: update to 1.8 or later and try again. i don't understand can u expl me i am not using putty


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    Quote Originally Posted by group View Post
    boss i am using the same method but after run in mobile terminal type bbupdater -e ICE03.14.08_G.eep display the Error: Baseband bootloder is too old: update to 1.8 or later and try again. i don't understand can u expl me i am not using putty
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    bbupdater -f ICE03.14.08_G.fls

    This relocks the phone.


    After that restore > jailbreak > Unlock via anysim

    Post your results please

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    I thought activating 03.14.08 is not possible if an iphone 1.1.1 has a downgrade to 1.0.2.

    I have the same problem: 1.0.2 with baseband 4... unlocked with IPSF . Everything is fine, but no incoming SMS.

    Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pampelmuse View Post
    I thought activating 03.14.08 is not possible if an iphone 1.1.1 has a downgrade to 1.0.2.

    I have the same problem: 1.0.2 with baseband 4... unlocked with IPSF . Everything is fine, but no incoming SMS.

    Any ideas?
    This has nothing to with what i have written, The original poster wanted an explaination of what he posted, thats what i have done

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    group - The message your getting looks like you have a phone that had firmware 1.1.1

    Your going to have to erase the baseband first. Have a look here http://code.google.com/p/iphone-elit...radingBaseband

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBadOwl View Post
    group - The message your getting looks like you have a phone that had firmware 1.1.1

    Your going to have to erase the baseband first. Have a look here http://code.google.com/p/iphone-elit...radingBaseband
    Not really, i got the same message and i have a 1.0.2 FW (Never Updated). Unfortunatley i cannot explain the reason for that message appearing


 

 

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