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    Default iPhone 1.1.2 unlockning question.

    Hi Guys.

    I guess you all have tryd this all ready how ever i feel like i have to ask.

    What is the problem with unlocking a 1.1.2 software phone?

    If its the Modem Firmware this can be downgraded.

    The baseband can be rebuild as it was on a iPhone version 1.0.2.


    Have Apple changed something ells in the phone software to make it un usabel?

    I am sorry if im asking a stupid question im just trying to understand if there could be any work-around.

    [ i purtchesd my boss a new iPhone and the seller told me it was 1.1.1, it did how ever turn out to be 1.1.2, not a good working relationships evolving here... Please help]



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    The new bootloader which is version 4.6 that comes equipped on 1.1.2 out of the box (OOTB) phones, does not allow you to do what we could do on 1.1.1's. Therefore this new bootloader will not let you unlock your iPhone. That's the only reason why the unlock method for the new firmware phones hasn't been discovered yet.
    8GB Apple iPhone

    Firmware 1.1.3 w/ 4.6 Bootloader
    Fully unlocked.


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