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    Post [1.1.1 OTB] going to 1.1.2: fully functional?

    I was under the impression that once I would unlock my current 1.1.1 firmware week 37 iPhone....that I would be able to upgrade firmwares without hassle.

    From what I have read so far, it seems that upgrading to 1.1.2 would require me to unlock my phone again....OR lose functionalities (use as an iPhone Touch---whatever that means?)

    I'm confused as to what the conception is...can someone help me out? Thank you very much for your time.



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    Your questions has been answered here:
    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/show...t=unlock+1.1.2

    as well as in other dozens of posts... you wanna know how I got the link above... I SEARCHED.

    c'mon, you can do it too, li'l one. You'll get an unlocked, fully functional iPhone, as stated in the thread.
    Last edited by SaCH; 12-27-2007 at 02:45 AM.

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    Hey Sach,

    I actually did get my questions from reading this topic.

    But---I don't get what it's for. Why can't I just unlock a 1.1.1 phone and upgrade right to 1.1.2 without doing all this stuff again ?

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    it is because when you upgrade to 1.1.2 you also upgrade the baseband that leaves your phone locked again.

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    Oh..that makes perfect sense. I did read something about mySimFree software--where all you have to do is pay for it ---jailbreak the thing--do the unlock with it...and you can upgrade firmwares easily without going through the unlock process again for a 1.1.2 f/w. But it makes sense. Thanks.


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    Youve got an iphone with 111 firmware version which means its older than these 112. That means you can update and then unlock again. You dont have to buy anything. Just follow some guides and youll have an unlocked iphone with all its functions and with the latest firmware.

 

 

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