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    Default [1.1.1 OOB] unlocked , then restored via itunes, now?

    today the iphone crash when I do a massive app uninstall at once (via installer)
    trying to clean up the phone

    then I restore via itunes, shift restore (WIN) I select the iPhone1,1_1.1.1_3A109a_Restore.ipsw

    I do the jailbreak normally

    now it recognize the SIM fine , and can make and receive calls
    but I actually don't do any of the anysym steps
    and the anysim its not in the apps folder , should I reinstall the anysym (via installer or via ssh?) or not????


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    Emiliano



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    no need to install anySIM. Actually, it's better to remove it after you unlock so you don't accidentally run it again.
    Remember, you unlock once only; unless the baseband firmware changed then you have to unlock again.

 

 

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