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    Smile 1.0.2 OTB Unlocked > 1.1.1 Unlocked > Now How 1.1.3 Unlock? ZiPhone? HELP!

    --==To ZiPhone Or Not, That Is The Question==--

    Please god help. My eyes are hurting from reading so much. Im just trying to get to a working 1.1.3 Unlocked iPhone.

    Here are the steps my iPhone has gone threw

    1) 1.0.2 OTB
    2) Activated - Jailbreak - Unlocked My 1.0.2
    3) Then 1.1.1 Came out so I revirginized my baseband, and upgraded to 1.1.1 and unlocked it.

    I currently stand with a revirginized 1.1.1 unlocked iphone. Heres the stats from my iPhone as of right now:

    Baseband Firmware: 04.01.13_G
    My Bootloader Version Is: 3.9_M3S2
    Current Version: 1.1.1

    I am trying to upgrade to 1.1.3 and unlock it but for the life of me cant seem to digest the pages and pages of information and find the best way todo so.

    2 Quick Question:

    1) Am I able to use this new program called "ZiPhone" from "ziphone.org" todo this and if so how would I go about doing this since im at a re-virginized 1.1.1 unlocked state right now with a 3.9 bootloader. Should I upgrade it to 1.1.3 using iTunes even though that will re-lock it, then maybe just use ZiPhone from there?

    2) If answer to first question is "No" then what are my options??

    Thanks in advance to anyone that can help!!!!!



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    Yes. Use iTunes to restore to 1.1.3. I do not suggest upgrading... a restore is cleaner. You can sync back your stuff after.

    After this, just run ZiPhone with -a -j -u and you're done. Add -v if you are using 2.0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drg View Post
    Yes. Use iTunes to restore to 1.1.3. I do not suggest upgrading... a restore is cleaner. You can sync back your stuff after.

    After this, just run ZiPhone with -a -j -u and you're done. Add -v if you are using 2.0.
    How do I put my iphone into restore mode? And how do I make sure its restoring 1.1.3 on it instead of the version im currently on which is 1.1.1?

    Thanks again for the help, I appreciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elistian View Post
    How do I put my iphone into restore mode? And how do I make sure its restoring 1.1.3 on it instead of the version im currently on which is 1.1.1?

    Thanks again for the help, I appreciate it!
    Using the GUI version of ZiPhone, advanced options. You have to choose the FW version. Check this guide out: http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=30238
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