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    Can I run anySIM more than once?

    For some reason, my phone is locked in 1.1.2 and 1.1.1 even though I already ran anySIM 1.2.1u. It was working fine in 1.0.2 (with 1.1.2 baseband).



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    Quote Originally Posted by vd0t View Post
    Can I run anySIM more than once?

    For some reason, my phone is locked in 1.1.2 and 1.1.1 even though I already ran anySIM 1.2.1u. It was working fine in 1.0.2 (with 1.1.2 baseband).
    Explain more.
    Yes u can.
    But u have to load apple.CommCenter.plist

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    I upgraded and downgraded between 1.1.2, 1.1.1 and 1.0.2 because of some things that have gone wrong in the original upgrade process (1.1.1 -> 1.1.2). So basically, phone was unlocked in 1.0.2 (with new baseband), upgraded to 1.1.1 and found that my phone was once again locked, updated to 1.1.2, could not activate/jailbreak because it said I didn't have OktoPrep installed (which I did). Anyhow, no signal in 1.1.2 either (in unactivated state).

    I have now downgraded back to 1.1.1, will isntall OktoPrep again.

    My question is, should I run anySIM again as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vd0t View Post
    phone was unlocked in 1.0.2 (with new baseband), upgraded to 1.1.1 and found that my phone was once again locked, updated to 1.1.2, could not activate/jailbreak because it said I didn't have OktoPrep installed (which I did). Anyhow, no signal in 1.1.2 either (in unactivated state).
    If anySIM1.2u reported success while at 1.0.2 with 4.02 baseband, then you do not need to re-run anySIM. Your baseband is patched. Unless you ieraser your baseband, nothing Apple throws at you will change that (until the next version of baseband is released by them).

    Ignore any lock status reported at the intermediate 1.1.1 step. In fact, you can skip the 1.1.1 step altogether by running oktoprep from 1.0.2. But anyway, ignore status reported while at 1.1.1 if you happen to go through that step.

    It seems as though you did a "restore" instead of an "update" when going to 1.1.2. That's the reason why jailbreak said you didn't have oktoprep installed. The most important part of the 1.1.2 jailbreak is not clicking on "restore" in iTunes but instead shift-clicking on "update". It must be an update to keep the oktoprep device node.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vd0t View Post
    I upgraded and downgraded between 1.1.2, 1.1.1 and 1.0.2 because of some things that have gone wrong in the original upgrade process (1.1.1 -> 1.1.2). So basically, phone was unlocked in 1.0.2 (with new baseband), upgraded to 1.1.1 and found that my phone was once again locked, updated to 1.1.2, could not activate/jailbreak because it said I didn't have OktoPrep installed (which I did). Anyhow, no signal in 1.1.2 either (in unactivated state).

    I have now downgraded back to 1.1.1, will isntall OktoPrep again.

    My question is, should I run anySIM again as well?
    Is that exactly what you did?

    The procedure is thus (starting at 1.1.1):

    - RESTORE to 1.1.2 (this updates the baseband and firmware).
    - Put into DFU mode.
    - RESTORE to 1.0.2
    - Jailbreak, install SSH, installed /Applications/anySIM.app
    - Reboot and then run anySIM.app (1.2.1u)
    - RESTORE to 1.1.1
    - Jailbreak, use Installer.app to add OktoPrep
    - UPDATE to 1.1.2
    - Jailbreak.

    If you UPDATED from 1.0.2 to 1.1.1 you may have caused the problem there. Be aware that when you RESTORE from 1.0.2 to 1.1.1 to do the OktoPrep your phone won't work, BUT it won't complain about your SIM either - it should just fail to get
    a signal (ie, the interface will show the signal bars but no signal).


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    Everything works fine now in 1.1.2.

    I did a restore to 1.1.1, installed BSD, OktoPrep and updated to 1.1.2, then activated/jailbreak.

    Thanks guys

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    Great, glad to see you worked it out

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    I have a question related about the unlocking attemps... I have upgraded from 1.0.2 to 1.1.1 and back a couple of times Iīm afraid that if I upgrade now to 1.1.2 i wonīt be able to unlock my phone.

    There was some way to figuring out how many attemps are left, but I donīt find the command, anybody a clue?

    Thanks!

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    at+xpincnt

    But revirginization of the seczone clears the unlock attempt counter, so that's not an issue anymore (unless you're on a 4.6 bootloader iPhone, which can't run the revirginizer yet).

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    Hi, I just ran at+xpincnt and as result, I've got:
    +XPINCNT: 3,3,10,10

    What does that mean ? Can anyone tell me what each number means ?

    Thanks a lot...


 

 

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