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    I heard theres a new "Rebel Sim" out, whats the difference between that and the Gevey Sim if any that is and would it be safe to use?



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    sorry i dont konw

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    Personally, i have used the Gevey sim, it doesnt in fact unlock the iPhones 4 on any baseband above 1.59, as of matter of fact i used it to unlock and iPhone 4 running 4.3.1 with baseband 4.10 and it worked like a charm, phone is working perfectly. But don't know anything about the rebel sim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjesurun View Post
    Personally, i have used the Gevey sim, it doesnt in fact unlock the iPhones 4 on any baseband above 1.59, as of matter of fact i used it to unlock and iPhone 4 running 4.3.1 with baseband 4.10 and it worked like a charm, phone is working perfectly. But don't know anything about the rebel sim
    Just a polite reminder that it is illegal to use the gevey sim in the US and most countries except China (in case you didn't already know). We don't endorse illegal activities here at hackint0sh
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    oh, sorry, i didnt know it was illegal here in the us, sorry


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    Quote Originally Posted by jjesurun View Post
    oh, sorry, i didnt know it was illegal here in the us, sorry
    It's your decision to use this in the US, but it's not wise to recommend this to everyone (it's illegal because you have to ring an 112 as part of each unlock process)
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