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    Default Access to Safari/web in unactivated 1.1.1 has been reached

    While waiting on 1.1.1 unlock with my newly bought OTB 1.1.1 iPhone i got tired
    of typing well known *3001#12345#* sequence for xx times while drooling
    at limited joy typing can give, i got bored and did some google.
    Found bunch of codes here:

    http://gleez.com/articles/did-you-kn...secrets-tricks

    Gave some a try, some worked, many did not but one was interesting...*#307#
    (few other codes do same thing).
    Upon typing it, phone starts ringing and does not stop until powered off.
    However if you dial 0 as example, push call than answer, you get menu with
    speakerphone, contacts etc. Push contacts, end call and you get called again
    ...this time hit decline and you access one of menus with favorites, you can
    edit contacts, do a test ride on keyboard, take photos etc. Handy if you
    want to see how it works without downgrading to 1.0.2.
    While this is probably some glitch and means nothing for unlocking process,
    makes me wonder how many other undocumented codes are there and what
    could they do. Possibly that Apple build in some code in advance just to be
    safe if some day laws in some country demand that customer has possibility to
    unlock phone from carrier upon end of subscription.

    While all my experience with unlocking etc is pretty much non-existent, maybe it
    gets somebody thinking or try some things that bring progress.

    Awesome job so far dev team, cant wait to get this baby fully functional


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    * Updated for better overview

    (safari to wifi access done by pilot1)

    On your non-activated 1.1.1 iPhone:

    1. move slider, enter "*#307#" press call, now use the back button on the top of
    your screen to remove "*#307#", enter "0" , press call, press answer, press hold,
    press decline and you get to the contact list.
    And thereafter every time you push the home button you just slide the
    "emergency call" slider, then enter "0", press call, press hold, press decline to reach
    same menu again.

    2. Now you can edit a new contact, test camera, keyboard and add some web-address
    and email.

    3. When you tap the address safari opens but only displays an error saying that it
    cannot access the website, it also looks like safari freezes up.
    (only if there is wifi signal in range)

    4. Now press the home button, and for a split second the iPhone shows a screen where
    you can select wi-fi networks. Now you have to be really quick and select/click a network
    before the phone goes back to emergency call screen.
    Make sure wireless network is wide open for access, no keys.

    5. Next you get back to the "emergency call page", you should see wifi icon on top bar.
    Upon moving slider every on screen button has frozen so the only thing you can do is
    turn off the phone.

    6. Turn the iPhone off then on again, from now on it should each time automatically connect
    to previously selected wireless network.
    (worked for me after doing whole contacts-safari procedure second time)

    7. Now you need to repeat step 1 to reach contacts menu and click on that web address
    you typed in on one of contacts. You can access email same way.

    . And Voilla, you can now use your non-activated iPhone with safari and read your mail
    , hell you can even call people over skype with this brick
    Last edited by Gricko666; 10-10-2007 at 11:01 PM.



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    I fell for it. Wonder what info I just gave out/ got charged for/ gave up because of my curiosity?

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    What do you mean fell for it? these are base codes... they are used for checking information on phone, or altering how the phone connects to the network. there is not really anything to "fall for"... its just a way to messwith the phone.

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    It is non activated 1.1.1 phone with at&t card in middle of Europe, comm is
    dead as it can be . Anyway, it is funny parts of phone interface/functionality
    can be accessed without activating phone or modifying software. Kinda makes
    me wonder about that Vietnam guy that claims 1.1.1 unlock yet can't jailbreak
    and activate it without 1.0.2.

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    ok this is a little interesting. I'm writing this reply ok a brand new iPhone (v. 1.1) that has never been connected to a computer. Using the method gecko666 described i acessed the contact list. Then I edited a new contact with a web-adress. When you tap the adress safari opens but only displays an error saying that it cannot access the website, it also looks like safari freezes up. Now i pressed the home button, and for s split second the iPhone shows a screen where you can select wi-fi networks. Now you have to be really quick and select a network before the phone freezes (probably only works with open networks). Next you get nack to the "emergency call page" and every onscreen button has frozen so the only thing you can do is turn off the phone. But it seems like it still remembers that you have selected a wi-fi network. Now you can go back to the contactlist using *#307# and from there use safari (what I'm doing right now).
    And again, this is brand new iPhone that came from the store yesterday with the newest firmware preinstalled. Not activated (have not removed the plastic around the phone..). I'll try google maps and the email applications next. Sorry for misspellings, as I'm not used to write on an iPhone.


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    sweet pilot!! thanks for the info!! ill have to try this out when i get my 1.1.1 iphone and im waiting to be able to use it with T-Mobile!.

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    this page gives you a bunch of nokia codes..... whare are you doing???

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    quick update, google maps and the email applications work like a charm (although I'm only able to add one email account).

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilot1 View Post
    ok this is a little interesting. I'm writing this reply ok a brand new iPhone (v. 1.1) that has never been connected to a computer. Using the method gecko666 described i acessed the contact list. Then I edited a new contact with a web-adress. When you tap the adress safari opens but only displays an error saying that it cannot access the website, it also looks like safari freezes up. Now i pressed the home button, and for s split second the iPhone shows a screen where you can select wi-fi networks. Now you have to be really quick and select a network before the phone freezes (probably only works with open networks). Next you get nack to the "emergency call page" and every onscreen button has frozen so the only thing you can do is turn off the phone. But it seems like it still remembers that you have selected a wi-fi network. Now you can go back to the contactlist using *#307# and from there use safari (what I'm doing right now).
    And again, this is brand new iPhone that came from the store yesterday with the newest firmware preinstalled. Not activated (have not removed the plastic around the phone..). I'll try google maps and the email applications next. Sorry for misspellings, as I'm not used to write on an iPhone.


    You say your using safari on the iphone, what happens if you open itunes in your computer and while surfing on safari conect the iphone, try it, it may somehow mess with activation or something. Great info. I cant try it since I have only 1.0.2 iphones. thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer78 View Post
    You say your using safari on the iphone, what happens if you open itunes in your computer and while surfing on safari conect the iphone, try it, it may somehow mess with activation or something. Great info. I cant try it since I have only 1.0.2 iphones. thanks!


    If this doesnt work, If you have windows, surf on safari and try to open ibrickr and conect iphone. Maybe you can install apps, this would be a partial jailbreak and somehow you could have acces to ssh and mess with the sistem


 

 
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