how to find out your baseband on locked iphone?
how to find out your baseband on locked iphone?
I followed everything that was on the guide, however i still cant use the phone with my sim card (non-att).
the error that i am receiving is:
different sim detected
please connect to iTunes
not much for newbies , I try those tutorial but ended up mess phone , really need unlock 4.02. version I'll appriciate if somebody guid me to link , please or help out
my iphone give me messege error (error main script execution failed) in step "28. Now install 'Baseband Downgrader' to downgrade your 1.1.2 (04.02.13_G) to 1.0.2 (03.14.08_G) baseband"
my phone is:
modem firmware : 04.03.13_g
serial Number : 8375141wwh8
1.1.1 frimware (now)
and try test
http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=18353 ( Let your phone REBOOT a couple of time... And you will get back to the SLIDE to UNLOCK page) get me (iTunes+usb) only
WHY? :( :( :( :(
please help me
I bought an iphone with the firmware 1.1.2 which has been originally unlocked. My was in africa then. When I slotted my sim it couldn't work. I had to downgrade by running restore with firmware 1.1.1. After that whenever I switch it on I get an itunes logo and a cable. I tried running AppTappinstaller.exe but it couldn't. Presently, I'm still stuck there and I don't know what to do next. Please, can you advise on what to do next to make it working. It is possible that I don't know how to use the AppTappinstaller.exe software.
I'm a bit of a newb here, so please bear with me. My girlfriend bought an 8 gig iPhone after one of the initial price drops. It had 1.0.2 firmware installed for the longest time. She decided she wanted to hack it at that point, and just ran the AppTapp install. She's been running it that way for a long time, and has been even afraid to sync it, afraid that iTunes would brick her phone.
Well, this past Friday she lost her phone on the D.C. Metro. Miraculously, a good Samaritan returned it to her, so she is overjoyed, but is suddenly aware of how much data she had on that phone and not backed up (contacts, calendar, photos).
Last night, I took it upon myself to learn the world of iPhone hacking. I discovered that unless she had iTunes run the update for her, she could safely backup her iPhone and sync it with iTunes on her iMac. Once I did that, I found a way to "virginize" her phone (http://iphone.unlock.no/#recovery-restore-mode), and I was able to bring it back to the virgin state, and proceeded to upgrade her firmware to 1.1.3. Everything worked hunky dorry, and she had a working iPhone with the newest firmware....just without all the apps she had spent so long collecting and getting used to.
So, I tried to figure out install AppTapp. Discovered it really doesn't have it's own self install anymore. So, I came across Jailbreak, which of course installs the Installer.app so she can have her applications back.
This is where I started having problems. I tried downgrading her phone through her iMac, and I got through the recovery process and the standard 1015 error you get from iTunes when you try to load 1.1.1. I then tried using the Java app Jailbreak, and all it would do is sit there and tell me "Waiting for Reboot".
After about an hour of this, I gave up on her Mac and tried to do it from my PC. I went through the same initial steps, tried running the AppTappInstaller, and it asked me to select one of three firmware versions, none of which she had. (Firmware 1.0.0, Firmware 1.0.1, and Firmware 1.0.2) This is during the interrupted software upgrade. I picked the first one, and it actually seemed to be working, but I kept getting an error about an unauthorized SIM card, even though she has an activated AT&T SIM. I went through the whole jailbreaking process, and it installed the installer.app & such over the WiFi, but at the end of it, I still had the AT&T SIM that would not be recognized.
When I hooked it back up to iTunes, iTunes would not recognize it, so the process seemed to be dead in the water.
Next, I again reverted to the recovery process, and tried running the Windows batch file included with the Mac Java Jailbreak software. Again, same thing, but I don't think I got nearly as far as I did before.
In the end, I had to interrupt the recovery process, because iTunes wouldn't even see it at one point, and move it back to her iMac, and start the recovery process over. Now, she is backed to an unhacked 1.1.3.
So, long story short, can anyone recommend a sure fire way to get from where she is (unhacked, firmware 1.1.3, to jailbreak 1.1.3) I know it's possible, but I'm missing something somewhere.
I've been using processes from these two sources, following the directions precisely:
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