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    Default My 1.1 Unlock is restore resistant?

    I restored my unlocked 1.1.1 iPhone.
    Activated it with jailbreakme.com, worked like a charm. Then i didnt have to run anySIM on it, I could allready make calls and sms, strange?

    What should i do? Run anySIM or just let it be?



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    Try to search and read before asking for what is already a well known fact.
    Thanks.

    I think the Unofficial F.A.Q. should be made a sticky..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djungelmums View Post
    I restored my unlocked 1.1.1 iPhone.
    Activated it with jailbreakme.com, worked like a charm. Then i didnt have to run anySIM on it, I could allready make calls and sms, strange?

    What should i do? Run anySIM or just let it be?
    Do nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djungelmums View Post
    I restored my unlocked 1.1.1 iPhone.
    Activated it with jailbreakme.com, worked like a charm. Then i didnt have to run anySIM on it, I could allready make calls and sms, strange?

    What should i do? Run anySIM or just let it be?
    yes it is restore resistant

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    did u use the iTunes restore file, or from somewhere else?

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    Use iTunes to restore.

    Restore to your firmware, not to other one.
    I unlocked 1.1.1 using anySIM 1.1, restored using iTunes restore image, and
    it works great, no trouble at all, just remember that after the restore you have
    to jailbreak again using jailbreakme.com.
    You can also leave your current SIM card inside the iPhone, I had no troubles with that.

    Remember, 1.0.2 restores to 1.0.2 and 1.1.1 restores to 1.1.1.

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    Yeah i know JSN1

    Thankyou jsalva! Thats the answer i wanted. I read somewhere earlier that it wasnt restoreresistant, and i asked on a swedish forum, someone said he had heard it too. Thats why i asked.

    Sorry for the trouble and thank you again!

 

 

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