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    Default How can I tell if the Baseband has been modified?

    Can someone explain how to tell if the basebad has been modified?

    Other than the obvious fact that an iphone was unlocked using the old version of anysim.

    Is there a file somewhere that you look up?

    thanks,

    Tobyguy
    Last edited by tobyguy; 10-18-2007 at 11:55 PM.



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    I have posted the same question some time before, but no one answered yet. So I looked out for a solution:

    I used a SSH-client program to get access the iPhone shell. First, stop the CommCenter which still uses the baseband:

    Code:
    lauchctl unload -w /System/Library/LauchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
    Then you can launch "minicom", an application to send AT-commands:

    Code:
    /usr/bin/minicom
    It will initialize the modem and wait for your commands. Type in the following AT-Command:

    Code:
    AT+XSIMSTATE=1
    Press Enter after that. now you will get a response with a status information in it. The following information was taken from a posting of some other guy at hackint0sh:

    If you SSH in a IPSF unlocked iphone and type
    "AT+XSIMSTATE=1" you get a result of "+XLOCK: "PN, 5,0" which supposedly means the iphone is unlocked and not re-lockable. That is why even with a complete restore, with the IPSF solution the iphone remains unlocked.

    When you do the "AT+XSIMSTATE=1" with the non-IPSF solutions you get a result of "+XLOCK: "PN, 4,0", meaning that the iphone is unlocked and re-lockable.
    An explanation of all return-codes and their meanings can be found here:
    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=11527

    Don't forget to load your commCenter again at the end! :

    Code:
    lauchctl load -w /System/Library/LauchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
    You should only do this if you are familiar with a unix-type shell - if you don't know how to login or execute the commands, then don't try this, please.

    The above example only shows you which software has been used to unlock the phone (IPSF or anySIM probably). My phone was already unlocked from the beginning, so I wanted to know which software had been used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaeljk View Post
    I have posted the same question some time before, but no one answered yet. So I looked out for a solution:

    I used a SSH-client program to get access the iPhone shell. First, stop the CommCenter which still uses the baseband:

    [.
    figured out the ssh problem....

    thanks,

    Tobyguy
    Last edited by tobyguy; 10-19-2007 at 01:09 AM.

 

 

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