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    Hi,
    I have received an iPhone as a prize, totally by accident. Lucky, eh?

    It's a week 44 one, with 1.1.1 firmware. I've been wandering around the net for a while and my conclusion is that the cleanest, easiest way to unlock this phone and make it work with a SIM card in a country where it has not yet been officially released is the one published at iphone.unlock.no.

    Still, I'm not entirely convinced that that is the best way to do it because people still seem to be talking about and following some other, 38 step methods which involve iTunes, copying files over SSH etc. Some even tell me to upgrade to 1.1.2 and then downgrade back to 1.1.1 (?!). But unless someone screams here I'm gonna go with the unlock.no one anyway.

    My only question (so far) is at which point do I exactly replace the AT&T SIM card with the one I am gonna use? After I've installed and ran AnySIM, ie at the end... or at the very beginning of the whole process?



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    Thumbs down

    And here we have another person registering for the sole purpose of asking the same repetitive question over and over again
    Counting down for iPhone 2012 =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalscavenger View Post
    My only question (so far) is at which point do I exactly replace the AT&T SIM card with the one I am gonna use? After I've installed and ran AnySIM, ie at the end... or at the very beginning of the whole process?
    Just follow the yellow brick road!

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    if you ask me, the best solution for you is to jailbreak 1.1.1 run oktoprep, upgrade to 1.1.2, jailbreak it (you can find the jailbreak 1.1.2 file very easy), then install anysim 1.2.1u, put the phone in flight mode, run anysim 1.2.1u. when finishes, restart te phone, take it out of flight mode and put your simcard in... it will work perfectly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD914 View Post
    And here we have another person registering for the sole purpose of asking the same repetitive question over and over again
    Actually I registered last week so that I can search this forum.

    The actual answer to my question would probably take less typing then what you just wrote...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojaniste View Post
    if you ask me, the best solution for you is to jailbreak 1.1.1 run oktoprep, upgrade to 1.1.2, jailbreak it (you can find the jailbreak 1.1.2 file very easy), then install anysim 1.2.1u, put the phone in flight mode, run anysim 1.2.1u. when finishes, restart te phone, take it out of flight mode and put your simcard in... it will work perfectly...
    Thanks Bojaniste.


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    My week 40 came with 1.1.1
    i unlock no worked perfect


    Bypass activation and prepare phone for software installation
    Make sure you have a SIM-card with PIN turned off, and power on your phone (the supplied AT&T card works fine).
    On the activation screen, slide for emergency and dial: *#301# to make the phone call itself. (If the incoming call dialog quickly disappears but it keeps ringing, just dial 0 (remove *#301# first), and it will call itself)
    Answer the call, and tap on Hold
    Phone will call it self again, tap Decline. You will now be returned to the normal dialer.
    Tap on contacts, and tap the + icon to add a new. The only info you are going to add to this contact are two URL's. To add a URL, tap Add new URL. The first URL is prefs followed by a colon: prefs: and the second is jailbreakme.com. Tap Save.
    Your contact now has two "web pages" - tap on the first one (prefs. This will take you to the settings dialog. The reason you want this, is because you need to connect to a Wi-Fi network, so tap on Wi-Fi, and get connected to a network, and make sure the icon on top of the screen is indicating that you are connected. While you are in the settings dialog, you should also set: General → Auto-Lock → Never.
    Now, press the home button, and again, slide for emergency dial 0, Answer the call, Hold and Decline the new call so that you get to the contacts. Tap on your contact (No Name), and this time tap on the other home page, jailbreakme.com
    Safari will launch and show you a webpage. Read through the text, before you Install AppSnapp
    Phone will return to activation screen, but don't panic, just wait.
    Phone should automaticly restart after almost a minute. . If it does not restart withing 2 minutes, click here.
    When the phone starts again, it should no longer say slide for emergency, but rather Slide to unlock It means it was successfull! Activation is now bypassed, and phone prepared for software installation! (If you are going to use an AT&T SIM, you won't need to do the next step.)
    Unlock the SIM-lock
    Open installer, and install the update if prompted.
    Go to sources and tap Edit and Add
    Add this URL: http://i.unlock.no
    Tap Done and then Refresh
    Go to Install (at bottom) and scroll down to the Unlocking Tools category and install AnySIM
    When installed you can press the home button, and you will find a new AnySIM icon on your home screen. Launch it and follow the instructions.
    The unlocking process will take about 5-10 minutes, in the end it should say it was successful!
    To clean up your phone, launch Installer and uninstall AnySIM. Then go to Settings → General → Auto-Lock and set it to a prefered value.
    Congratulations, you are done!

 

 

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