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Discuss AnySim 1.2u Status at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Hi Just realized we where talking about updates a few days ago.
I tried the ...
Hi Just realized we where talking about updates a few days ago.
I tried the half way process from 1.1.1 up to 1.1.2 then run Anysim 1.1.2u all that happened is the Anysim never finished and the phone keeps rebooting over and over again.
I used the information here about downgrading first and its work out ok (ish) edge stopped working so YouTube only works with wifi but safari fine , weather apps fine, emails fine, its just YouTube,.
Also had a problem with text not recognizing saved contacts but I’ve solved that problem now using iDemocrazy 2.
If you’re going to try this process get hold of iDemocrazy 2 it’s got all the tools you need to do the job, like AppTap for getting the phone on to the activation screen after downgrading back to 1.1.1, also iBricker’s handy because itunes would let me downgrade back to 1.0.2 but iBricker made it happen.
Use This Guide:
http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthre...=upgrade+1.1.2 and iDemocrazys / iBricker’s tools and you should be ok.
Seems like this simplified upgrade of one step will not work, bummer ... I am glad that afterall it all worked out for you. I will go through the upgrade this weekend and let you know.
Well, I have succesfully ran (twice) anySIM 1.2.1u directly in 1.1.2.
There is one reason that has been proven by many (not only in 1.1.2) that will cause anySIM to crash: incorrectly writing the directory name, it must be /Applications/anySIM.app no more, no less!, so before sending the whole directory into /Applications, remember to rename it to anySIM.app! (without the ! ).
I have a hypothesis (will have to validate it with a third phone) of a second reason why in some cases anySIM crashes in 1.1.2: it depends on the version of lockdownd patch you used after jailbreaking it. I know there are at least 3 versions of lockdownd patches for 1.1.2, each one with a different activation status, bricked status, etc.
For info, in the two iPhones I unlocked I used the one explained here: http://elite's site/wiki/112_Lockdownd_Patch, i.e. a patching of no more than 6 bytes. I took the original lockdownd file in the iPhones and patched it manually using a hex editor and then overwrote the old one in the iPhone... sorry!, in iPhone . In the page you will notice Zibri's comments about this patch working but not working... well, it has been 2 weeks since I did this and no glitch at all... the second iPhone is being used in a different network by a friend and I have not hear anything wrong from him, so I would say it is not a Orange F specificity.
AH!, I did not switch SpringBoard versions as previously proposed, nor used the airplane mode, but at least the first trick would explain that maybe there is indeed some kind of interaction between lockdownd and SpringBoard (added in 1.1.2) that detects when somebody is messing around with the baseband, and with the lockdownd patch I used, this interaction is bypassed, but not with other versions... as I said this is just pure hypothesis!, I will have to validate them.
Does somebody have a crash test dummy iPhone to test different lockdowns patches??
I have my iPhone setup as stated above, but when I launch anySIM, it immediately crashes, and returns to the springboard after a few moments. Thoughts?!
Check that the directory is correct (anySIM.app, if I remember correctly) and that everythin inside is read and executable.
Originally Posted by RoyAllen
If that's not the case, exactly what you describe may happen.
I found this process in another thread here and no one seems to have noticed.
By all looks and commentary this looks as if it should work. I am wondering if some of the folks with test phones would check it out ?
Here is more easier guide... this one works only for upgraded iphones and not OTB 1.1.2.
if you are on 1.1.1 unlocked and jailbreak
1. run octoprep on the iphone
2. update to 1.1.2 (clcik update not restore i itunes)
3. jailbreak using 1.1.2 jailbreak (there is a new one where activation and youtube are already working)
4. SSh Anysim 1.2.1u
5. Reboot the phone and turn on the AIRPLANE mode (this is important so that it won't crash summerboard when unlocking is running)
5a Run anySIM 1.2.1u to unlock sim
6. install iWorld
7. your done...
we have been using these steps it eliminates the need to downgrade then upgrade again. this cuts time doing the upgrade.
it worked flawlessly for me while upgrading to 1.1.2
Last edited by JD914; 11-24-2007 at 06:49 PM.
Counting down for iPhone 2012 =)
If you rename the .app file to AnySim.app then the prog works perfectly on 1.0.2!
Mine crashed when running anySIM 1.2.1u on my 1.2.1. I also tried switching the SpringBoard as mentioned by cracken, but in this case you loose all your third party apps therefore will not have the access the anySIM to run it anymore. I guess the most reliable way so far is to downgrade to 1.1.1 and then update back and not need to downgrade all the way to 1.0.2.
gee man, read all the information before you post that it didnt work for you.
Originally Posted by jelassaad
i said to use the patched 1.1.1 springboard. of course if you use the original 1.1.1 you will not have the third party apps and in concequence, you will not have anysim.
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