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    Default Multiples Simcards on firmw 1.1.1

    Hi guys

    Please, any solution for multiple simcards using firmw 1.1.1 and anysim 1.1.1?

    Thanks

    EDUX



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    Why you ask this...
    in my case i can put different SIM card in my unlocked iPhone (with iNdependence 1.2.3 and anySIM 1.1)
    Regards..

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    how you do that

    im can use more than one sim card at the same moment

    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmky View Post
    Why you ask this...
    in my case i can put different SIM card in my unlocked iPhone (with iNdependence 1.2.3 and anySIM 1.1)
    Regards..

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    There is a way to activate multiple SIM cards for your 1.1.1 phone, but how did you activate your first SIM? (iASign or iNdependence or some other program)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by almirf View Post
    how you do that

    im can use more than one sim card at the same moment


    Only 1 simcard at a time :p


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    Quote Originally Posted by ldhilljr View Post
    There is a way to activate multiple SIM cards for your 1.1.1 phone, but how did you activate your first SIM? (iASign or iNdependence or some other program)?
    I used independence1.2.3 and anysim 1.1.1, but it's only accepted the simcard used to unlock and when i put a different simcard, it refused saying that I have to turn again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EDUX View Post
    I used independence1.2.3 and anysim 1.1.1, but it's only accepted the simcard used to unlock and when i put a different simcard, it refused saying that I have to turn again.
    are you saying there is no 'factory unlocked' setting for the phone like there was in 1.02 with pacay?

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    Hi EDUX! I am on the same wagon and want to know too.
    I have been reading lots of threads and comments and nobody mentions it. I can't understand why nobody has the same doubts (maybe they just have one Simcard...)

    So here are my doubts.

    UNLOCKING: Once I unlock with AnySim 1.1.1 can I use the phone with any sim?Can I swap different Simcards on it or it just work for the Sim that was on the phone while unlocking with Anysim?

    ACTIVATION: The same question for Activation. Once the Iphone is Activated (I am using windows method) is Activated for all the Sim cards or just for the one I activated it? (I am using Windows).

    I just wonder if I did something wrong because I have tried with 4 different Sim cards. It only works with the one I used to Activate. If then I try to use another one. Sometimes it says I need to activate and I can just do emergency calls.Other times The problem is when I go to carrier it doesn't show or doesn't let me choose a carrier.
    Thanks.

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    1. As of right now, as far as I know, there is no factory-activated lockdownd file circulating that will work on 1.1.1. Let's be clear what the factory-activated lockdownd file did on 1.0.2: it DID NOT unlock your phone. All it did was remove the need to activate different SIMs. Thus, if your phone was unlocked (using any one of the methods available at 1.0.2), AND you had the factory-activated lockdownd file on your phone, then you could hot-swap SIM cards from any carrier and they would instantly work.

    2. There is someone on this board who may have gotten a factory-activated 1.1.1 iPhone (as a replacement following a return), but that has been unconfirmed so far. IF a 1.1.1 factory-activated lockdownd file becomes available, then using multiple SIM cards will become a lot easier. We ain't there yet.

    3. So, if your 1.1.1 phone is unlocked, you still need to activate EACH SIM that you want to use on your iPhone. The activation process (among other things), puts an "activation record" .plist file in your /var/root/Libarary/Lockown/activation_records folder. The name of this file is the ICCID number of your SIM, plus the ".plist" tag.

    4. The key to activating multiple SIMs, therefore, is to put additional activation records into the /var/root/Library/Lockdown/activation_records folder. The problem is that when some of the activation programs activate a SIM, they delete any existing activation records in that folder (I know iASign does this).

    5. But, if you activate one SIM, and then back up the activation record to your hard drive somewhere, and then activate a second SIM (I had to run iASign twice to activate my second SIM properly), you can later move the first activation record back to your activation_records folder, and voila, you should have a 1.1.1 iPhone activated for both SIMs.

    Using this method I can now hot-swap my T-Mobile US and Orange UK SIMs in my 1.1.1 upgraded iPhone.

    Good luck!
    Last edited by ldhilljr; 10-18-2007 at 08:51 PM. Reason: spelling

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    Thanks SOOOO MUCH! Finally and answer after reading tons of forums and folder and I couldn't find any mention for something I consider to be a basic question.

    I am going to try it.

    The other question is about unlocking:
    Once I unlock is unlocked for different SIMs?
    And also which SIM must be inside the iPhone when I first run AnySIM 1.1.1?
    AnySIM is used just once and forget about it or I must use it for every SIM card?
    (I guess this is like the first question)
    Thanks.


 

 
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