Discuss [1.0.2] to 1.1.2 and then 1.1.3 at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; I've searched everywhere and I really am not clear on the way to proceed.
[1.0.2] to 1.1.2 and then 1.1.3
I've searched everywhere and I really am not clear on the way to proceed.
I have an original release iPhone upgraded to 1.0.2, unlocked with IPSF.
What's the best way to upgrade first to 1.1.2 and will my unlock still work?
If so, should I then be able to upgrade to 1.1.3 and will the unlock still work?
Please no flames. If you can help me, great.
the ipsf stays unlocked all the way, just update to 1.1.1 or 1.1.2 jailbreak then use the new 1.1.3 jailbreak method if thats what you want to do. a newer jailbreak may be released in the next few days it might be worth waiting as ipsf will allow the latest baseband and still work, yet you still need to activate the phone thus the need for the jailbreak.
Many thanks gaz919.
Originally Posted by gaz919
Am I right in thinking that with IPSF I do NOT need to revirginize the baseband at any point in this process?
don't virgin. Just update.
Originally Posted by iphoneuk
Beware the risks anyway. Backup everything you have on iPhone
Originally Posted by gaz919
Originally Posted by eddy123
Thanks eddy123. I will certainly backup. I spent loads of time on this stuff months ago and safely went through the processes involved, but I just left my iPhone jailbroken in 1.0.2 for quite a time. I haven't kept up to speed with developments.
I'm still on iTunes 7.4.2 - should I upgrade and what point should I do it?
Sorry for all the questions but best to check first! :-)
I got one of the first models of the iphone a small 4 g one , with 1.0.2 Version on it, jailbroken and than used anysim on it , any ideas how can i update to 1.1.3? thnx
sorry to threadjack - but im kind of in the same boat (i actually started a thread but it seems to have been deleted - or never even posted at all - lol)
basically - i have a 1.0.2 phone that i manually unlocked using the ssh method (so i didnt use any program to unlock - i went through all that ssh stuff)
basically - i dont want to have to do that again - im wondering, since my imei remained unchanged - would just upgrading to 1.1.3 give me a "virginized" 1.1.3 phone? or would i have to virginize first, then upgrade, then jailbreak and unlock again?
if i have to virginize - what would be the best method? i read through a bunch of threads - but it appears as though there are many different methods - and not all work the same way...
what i have:
- 1.0.2 phone that i manually unlocked
what i want:
- 1.1.3 phone unlocked using anysim (i actually initially paid for the anysim unlock - but grew tired of waiting for an unlock so i unlocked it myself - im assuming my credit with them will still work)
any help or advice would be GREATLY appreciated
How do I know how my 1.0.2 was unlocked?
Seems like we are all in a similar boat here, so thought I would ask
I bought my iphone from the states about 6mths ago. It was already unlocked when I got it and I have no idea of how that was done. It seems now the upgrade routes seem to depend on how your phone was originally unlocked, ie the steps are different if it was done by ipsf or some other method.
All I know about my phone is its
version 1.0.2 (1c28)
Please can some-one advise how I find out how it was originally unlcoked and then the best route forward to 1.1.3
I am also searching for this answer. I bought an already unlocked iphone and cannot figure out which way was used to unlock it. I checked through installer to see if the uninstall info was there, but no luck. All I know is that there is a black icon that says unlock on the springboard, if that helps.
everyone should check this one out. here is the link
if you used the earliers meathods of unlocking, then for sure you have to revirgin as i had to. there is a command you can run to check to see if in face your phone has been unlocked using the orginal meathod. i no longer know that command. maybe one of the other members can tell us. it is the one that tells the counter of the phone's unlocked attempts.
that link i gave should walk you through the whole process, but doesn't show you how to check which meathod you used to unlock.