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    Quote Originally Posted by timehAndGod View Post
    Some people were having problems receiving certain types of SMS messages. The solution appeared to be quite complicated so I tried to simplify it...

    To fix SMS problems:
    (Note: You must have some decent technical understanding to use this method and an already unlocked iPhone)

    1. Download necessary files:
    -The program Putty. Link: http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/.../x86/putty.exe
    -'eep' file. Link: http://*.com/files/55291143/eepfiles.zip (Replace * with R@pidshare)
    -AppTappInstaller, Link: http://www.nullriver.com/~adam/AppTappInstaller.exe
    -iBrickr. Link: http://cre.ations.net/creation/ibrickr

    2. Make sure your iPhone Auto-Lock settings are set to 'Never'

    3. Open 'AppTappInstaller.exe' to install the installer onto your iPhone. Once installed, it should appear on your springboard. Open it and then install 'OpenSSH' and the 'BSD Subsystem'

    3. Open iBrickr, select 'Files', and in the iBrickr file manager view, on the right side of the screen, click the on the picture of the iPhone where it says 'bin/', it will look like a hyperlink.

    4. Click the 'Upload files' button, then select the 'ICE03.14.08_G.eep' included in the 'eepFiles.zip' file.

    5. Now that all the files are in the right place, continue to the next step.

    6. Open up 'Putty.exe'

    7. In the 'Hostname' box type in the IP of your iPhone (Can be found on the iPhone under 'Settings' then 'Wi-Fi').

    8. When asked for a login, User: root , Password: dottie

    9. Now click 'Open'

    10. Type into Putty (or copy-paste) then afterwards press 'enter': launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist

    11. Then: bbupdater -f ICE03.14.08_G.fls

    12. Then: bbupdater -e ICE03.14.08_G.eep

    13. Then: launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist

    14. The IMEI should now change to something like 004999010640000 and the iPhone will not accept any SIM cards. If this is not the case, then go back to step 10 and try again.

    15. Unlock your iPhone again using the exact process you used to unlock your iPhone in the first place.

    16. Restart iPhone and enjoy your bug free iPhone.
    DID ou really mean...will NOT accept any sim card?


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    Quote Originally Posted by timehAndGod View Post
    Some people were having problems receiving certain types of SMS messages. The solution appeared to be quite complicated so I tried to simplify it...

    To fix SMS problems:
    (Note: You must have some decent technical understanding to use this method and an already unlocked iPhone)

    1. Download necessary files:
    -The program Putty. Link: http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/.../x86/putty.exe
    -'eep' file. Link: http://*.com/files/55291143/eepfiles.zip (Replace * with R@pidshare)
    -AppTappInstaller, Link: http://www.nullriver.com/~adam/AppTappInstaller.exe
    -iBrickr. Link: http://cre.ations.net/creation/ibrickr

    2. Make sure your iPhone Auto-Lock settings are set to 'Never'

    3. Open 'AppTappInstaller.exe' to install the installer onto your iPhone. Once installed, it should appear on your springboard. Open it and then install 'OpenSSH' and the 'BSD Subsystem'

    3. Open iBrickr, select 'Files', and in the iBrickr file manager view, on the right side of the screen, click the on the picture of the iPhone where it says 'bin/', it will look like a hyperlink.

    4. Click the 'Upload files' button, then select the 'ICE03.14.08_G.eep' included in the 'eepFiles.zip' file.

    5. Now that all the files are in the right place, continue to the next step.

    6. Open up 'Putty.exe'

    7. In the 'Hostname' box type in the IP of your iPhone (Can be found on the iPhone under 'Settings' then 'Wi-Fi').

    8. When asked for a login, User: root , Password: dottie

    9. Now click 'Open'

    10. Type into Putty (or copy-paste) then afterwards press 'enter': launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist

    11. Then: bbupdater -f ICE03.14.08_G.fls

    12. Then: bbupdater -e ICE03.14.08_G.eep

    13. Then: launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist

    14. The IMEI should now change to something like 004999010640000 and the iPhone will not accept any SIM cards. If this is not the case, then go back to step 10 and try again.

    15. Unlock your iPhone again using the exact process you used to unlock your iPhone in the first place.

    16. Restart iPhone and enjoy your bug free iPhone.

    Hi dude, I followed your instructions and got upto step 7. I opened 'Putty' and entered the iPhone's IP address, but Putty doesn't ask me for the username and password. So I just went ahead and clicked Open.

    Then after about 15 seconds, I get a message "Network error: Connection Timed out" pop up.

    What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks dude.
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    Sorry but still no voicemail confirmation. Still no SMS messages from senders with name as sender. Tested on O2 germany with voicemail notification and some websms providers.
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    What do i do when i get this message?

    # bbupdater -e ICE03.14.08_G.eep
    Preparing to flash using /dev/tty.baseband at 750000 baud
    Please reset target
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 1
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 2
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 3
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 4
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 5
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 6
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 7
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 8
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 9
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 10
    Error: Baseband bootloader is too old; update to 1.8 or later and try again

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    Quote Originally Posted by neynme View Post
    What do i do when i get this message?

    # bbupdater -e ICE03.14.08_G.eep
    Preparing to flash using /dev/tty.baseband at 750000 baud
    Please reset target
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 1
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 2
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 3
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 4
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 5
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 6
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 7
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 8
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 9
    Resetting target...
    Retry attempt 10
    Error: Baseband bootloader is too old; update to 1.8 or later and try again
    Hmmm... you got the same error as this guy: http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/show...?p=50125#50125

    I'll look into it.


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    btw, where do u get the ICE03.14.08_G.fls file? I am starting to do it now

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptan218 View Post
    btw, where do u get the ICE03.14.08_G.fls file? I am starting to do it now
    I don't think you need it. Try it with out it first, if you get an error then I can get it for you.

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    I got an error: failed to open or read the FLS file

    ? Any idea where can I find that fls file? Thanks.

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    timeAhGod: this does not do it for me. Went through your whole procedure, no errors, phone fully active but still does not receive voicemail notifications nor sms where sender is alphanumeric.


 

 
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