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    Default 1.1.1 to 1.0.2 and back again?

    Here is where I am at (any help would be greatly appreciated).

    I had a working iPhone at 1.0.2. I used jailbreak and iBrickr to do it. I recently decided to upgrade to 1.1.1, so I downloaded the firmware and installed using iTunes. Initially there was some error and I had to do a Restore... but instead I shift+clicked the Restore button and selected the 1.1.1 firmware again. This time everything worked.

    Then I used the guide from hacktheiphone dot com to activate the phone... installed BSD and SSH, and anySIM 1.1 just as the guide demonstrated. Performing the anySIM unlock meant I got an error saying it couldnt unlock my iPhone.

    I don't know what to do next. Maybe I really need anySIM 1.2 or something? Maybe I need to go back to 1.0.2, do that virginize thing and do the 1.1.1 update/activation/unlock step again?

    what should be my next step?

    PS modem firmware is at 04.01.13_G

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    hi bstapylton,

    If you ever used a version of anySIM v1.0.x, then you absolutely need to re-virginize before using 1.1.x* firmware, because your seczone is inconsistent. The best way to do this is to DFU-restore to 1.0.2, then run one of the popular virginizer scripts. You don't really need to run anySIM1.1 at this point since your goal is a 1.1.2 unlock, not anything previous.

    After you've done that, you can follow the guides already written to do the 1.1.2 unlock.



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