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    Default [Advice] Switching from Anysim to ipsf ?

    Hi guys... I have an iphone in 1.0.2 with modem firmware 03.13.08g unlocked with Anysim 1.1. I have an ipsf license and would like to switch to using that. What is the best way of switching? Can I run Onesim and then IPSF 1.6?



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    yes that would be the way to go, although you may find out its better to stick with the anysim unlock if you read abit more about it. Apparently a ipsf unlock will not allow a bootloader upgrade if apple do one during a firmware upgrade. Essentially all the unlocking gets the same results. But the choice is yours! I've never used onesim but it is meant to reverse anysim 1.1
    you could also just update to 1.1.1 that will flash the 4.x modem firmware without a problem and then you can just use ipsf.
    Good luck

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    Very true. If you plan on going IPSF, you should at least back up your seczone before doing so, as this is unique to each phone and IPSF patches it. This means that if Apple fixes the hole that allows the hacked seczone, you're stuck with a permanent brick without a backup. AnySIM (1.1 and later) only patches the baseband, it doesn't touch the seczone, so anything can be reversed by simply reflashing the baseband. The disadvantage of this is of course that you have a locked phone on every firmware update, but the advantage is that it's next to impossible to permanently brick the phone this way ad you can always reflash the baseband.

 

 

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