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    Default Activating 1.1.1 and higher without installing installer.app

    Activating 1.0.2 (with iNdependence) was easy and clean. I use IPSF and I have no interest in installing apps on my iPhone. Since IPSF unlocks sim usage for all firmwares currently available permanently all I need is to upgrade to any firmware from 1.1.1 and up and then just trick the iPhone to activate itself, then I have a fully functioning iPhone, clean and no fuss.

    Unfortunately all solutions I've seen so far have been activation + putting installer.app on your iPhone which cannot be removed again. I know that at least with 1.1.1 and the emergency call TIFF exploit it would be technically possible to perform just the activation alone, but jailbreakme.com and other sites like it install installer.app without asking as well.

    So is there a way to simply activate and JUST activate a 1.1.1 or higher firmware iPhone? It would be very useful for people like me who just want to use the iPhone as it is but with their own sim via IPSF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamiboy View Post
    Activating 1.0.2 (with iNdependence) was easy and clean. I use IPSF and I have no interest in installing apps on my iPhone. Since IPSF unlocks sim usage for all firmwares currently available permanently all I need is to upgrade to any firmware from 1.1.1 and up and then just trick the iPhone to activate itself, then I have a fully functioning iPhone, clean and no fuss.

    Unfortunately all solutions I've seen so far have been activation + putting installer.app on your iPhone which cannot be removed again. I know that at least with 1.1.1 and the emergency call TIFF exploit it would be technically possible to perform just the activation alone, but jailbreakme.com and other sites like it install installer.app without asking as well.

    So is there a way to simply activate and JUST activate a 1.1.1 or higher firmware iPhone? It would be very useful for people like me who just want to use the iPhone as it is but with their own sim via IPSF.

    Thanks
    Why not just leave Installer there? It won't harm anything - You could remove it but to do that you would have to install another app

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xserve2 View Post
    Why not just leave Installer there? It won't harm anything - You could remove it but to do that you would have to install another app
    Because I don't want it and I don't need it and therefor it shouldn't be there. In other words I want the iPhone to be as much like a normal iPhone as possible, no unnecessary tinkering with its insides.

 

 

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