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    Default [1.1.3 OTB] Unlocking it without Ziphone ?

    Hi there peoples

    I will recieve my iPhone in the mailbox in the next few days so i was wondering..
    I have read that a few people have had problems with Ziphone unlocks, so is there any guides to unlocking my phone without this program? I do not want to downgrade my bootloader and i am very afraid of using Ziphone if it can downgrade it even if i tell it not to

    So please someone point me to a guide of manual iphone unlock :)


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    Windows version :
    http://www.hackthatphone.com/113/iph...3_windows.html

    Mac version :
    http://www.hackthatphone.com/113/iph...t_yet_mac.html

    You can't go wrong with it. I used the win version on several iphones without a glitch. I've preferred to end up the unlock process with a 1.1.2 phone instead of finally do a soft-upgrade to 1.1.3.

    One last tip. In one occasion ( I started with a 1.1.3 OOB) I did not have signal at the end of the process. All I had to do is a "reset all setting" in the setting-general-reset menu.

    Hope it will help you,

    Pakal

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    Don't worry about it.

    Believe it or not, ZiPhone is the easiest way to unlock your phone. If you saw the old methods... man... you would be pretty much shocked!!

    Just use ZiPhone. Read CAREFULLY the instructions provided and go ahead!

    Except from the bootloader downgrading part, if anything goes wrong, you can simply deep restore it (put it on DFU mode and restore on iTunes) and start from scratch with ZiPhone.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cortx7 View Post
    Don't worry about it.

    Believe it or not, ZiPhone is the easiest way to unlock your phone. If you saw the old methods... man... you would be pretty much shocked!!

    Just use ZiPhone. Read CAREFULLY the instructions provided and go ahead!

    Except from the bootloader downgrading part, if anything goes wrong, you can simply deep restore it (put it on DFU mode and restore on iTunes) and start from scratch with ZiPhone.

    Good luck!
    Cool cool... So if i click "Advanced Features" pick jailbreak activate and unlock, then perform actions, it wont downgrade bootloader?

 

 

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