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    Question can I unlock with anysim again after restored?

    Hi ,
    I just restored my iphone.And I 'd like to unlock it again ,which way is the best at the moment ? anyways, my Iphone was unlocked by anysim method at the first time.
    /dida05



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    Quote Originally Posted by dida05 View Post
    Hi ,
    I just restored my iphone.And I 'd like to unlock it again ,which way is the best at the moment ? anyways, my Iphone was unlocked by anysim method at the first time.
    /dida05
    If the iPhone is full restored you can unlock it again using AnySim / IPSF, whatever you want
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    Quote Originally Posted by duck9000 View Post
    If the iPhone is full restored you can unlock it again using AnySim / IPSF, whatever you want
    Thanks for replying but Full restored, How to do it?
    /dida05

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    Quote Originally Posted by dida05 View Post
    Thanks for replying but Full restored, How to do it?
    /dida05
    DO NOT try to unlock it again with Anysim or whatever... Your baseband most likely remained patched. You just have to jailbreak/activate (iNdependance...) or apply patched Lockdown using Pacay or other method.
    Last edited by Vger; 09-29-2007 at 06:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vger View Post
    DO NOT try to unlock it again with Anysim or whatever... Your baseband most likely remained patched. You just have to jailbreak/activate (iNdependance...) or apply patched Lockdown using Pacay or other method.
    That makes sense. Try it
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    Correct, restoring will not cause a simlock. You only need to activate after restoring.

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    ask to clarify, if i do a restore in itune with my unlocked phone (phone unlock using apptap/ pacay/ibricker-unlock-fast.pxl)
    after restore, i only have to activate using pacay?
    that will have my phone working again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vger View Post
    DO NOT try to unlock it again with Anysim or whatever... Your baseband most likely remained patched. You just have to jailbreak/activate (iNdependance...) or apply patched Lockdown using Pacay or other method.
    This worked for me after doing a restore (i screwed up Safari somehow, lol). I did a restore to 1.02 using iTunes, but the anySIM patch still worked after activating and jailbreaking.

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    Go for virigin restore if you really want to re-unlock...

    Restoring through iTunes will not make you re-locked. There is no need to run the AnySIM again.

    Anyway, if you still want to go for it. click:

    http://www.iphonegoboom.com/#restore

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddy123 View Post
    Go for virigin restore if you really want to re-unlock...

    Restoring through iTunes will not make you re-locked. There is no need to run the AnySIM again.

    Anyway, if you still want to go for it. click:

    http://www.iphonegoboom.com/#restore
    that link is for virgin restore? i mean if i follow the steps in that link, i would have to do the full procedure of unlocking n activating again?


 

 
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