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    Arrow A "claim" to have unlocked OOB 1.1.2 - read his story and tell me if it's legit

    Ok, this is a guy at everythingicafe.com who claims to have unlocked an OOB 1.1.2. This is what he says:

    Guy at work just bought a new iPhone and it was 1.1.2. We bought the phone right down to 1.0.2 (software, firmware, modem baseband etc). we had to use iEraser/Putty and all that stuff to do this. Modem firmware was being reported as: 03.14.08_G. Phone worked fine when jail broken (AT&T SIM).

    Then we used iTunes and bought the phone up to 1.1.1. The modem firmware was now reporting as: 04.01.13_G. We jail broke the phone and it worked fine with an AT&T SIM.

    We then ran your instructions and we now have a fully unlocked 1.1.2 iPhone. Modem firmware is being reported as: 04.02.13_G.

    We have a Virgin UK SIM in the iPhone and it is currently connected to T-Mobile.
    Could this be possible? Here is the link if you want to read and talk to him yourself.



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    Uh, unless he left out some absolutely crucial step - nothing he described would come remotely close to unlocking his phone..

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    Yeah dude - the OP's process is NOT for 1.1.2 OOB phones:

    "It works on any phone as long as it did not come 1.1.2 OTB. But you be on 1.1.1 when you do this guide, so if you're on 1.0.2 then update to 1.1.1 first."

    The guy who made the post about unlocking a 1.1.2 was a moron:

    "Dang it, ignore me man. Turns out he didn't get it to work and had rolled back to 1.1.1 and anySIM'd it (he wants to use it in the UK). That is why the Virgin SIM was running. I thought it was running under 1.1.2, but it was running under 1.1.1.

    Sorry man.

    I'm gonna go smack him upside the head!!"




    ****This is NOT a true 1.1.2 unlock.****
    Last edited by Dare; 12-01-2007 at 12:42 AM.

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    Didn't think so. Sorry to get everyone excited, I just needed you all to confirm what I was already almost sure of.

 

 

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