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    Can 1.1.1 be virginized should it need to be returned to apple?



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    i dunno but i think to virginize a 1.1.1 u should downgrade it to 1.0.2 and use the currernt virginizing methode
    if u mean to virginize it to future updates the Dev team claims it will be revirginizable since the anySIM 1.1 process is recoverable
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skinny07 View Post
    Can 1.1.1 be virginized should it need to be returned to apple?
    Was it 1.1.1 OTB?

    I may be completely wrong here but I don't think there is a need to virginize a 1.1.1. I'm guessing you used the newer AnySim 1.1.1? Therefore this should not have caused the problems like the first ones did. Just restore in iTunes to 1.1.1 and that's about a virgin as it gets.

    Is this right?

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    If it was 1.1.1 OTB then there's no need to virginize the phone because there're 2 ways to unlock, anySIM 1.1 and IPSF.

    1. If you used anySIM 1.1, there's no need to virginize.

    2. If you used IPSF, you can't virginize. You're fine for now until Apple decide to fix the RSA bug. You can be saved only if there's a backup on IPSF server.

    PS. This is assuming you never downgrade your baseband and use older version of anySIM.
    Last edited by Iamz; 10-29-2007 at 12:54 PM.

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    i got the same question too but no1 was able to gimme a clear answer...

    i got a 1.1.1 OTB downgraded and unlocked with carlos' method b4 the new anysim wuz out...(so i got a 1.1.1 OTB, baseband and firmware downgraded to 1.0.2 and successfully unlocked with all function working)

    so wuz wondering what to do now if i wanted an unlocked 1.1.1

    afterall virginizing my phone literally should mean i'll get a 1.1.1 OTB back...

    but technically it seems to mean that i'll get a 1.0.2 virgin...

    worried if therez gonna haf any conflict there...


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    I think 1.1.1 that was upgraded from virgin 1.0.2 is the same as OTB 1.1.1 except some remnants from installed programs and mods done to 1.0.2.
    Last edited by Iamz; 10-29-2007 at 06:32 PM.

 

 

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