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Discuss NCK attemps used, any help? (was: Any Dev's ? [...]) at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Mhmm, I don't want to try that out...
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    Mhmm, I don't want to try that out


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    joaquinsfy, can you please run AT+XSIMSTATE=1 again to see if the IPSF solution resets the Lock Counter or simply ignores it when unlocking.

    It should be noted (visible from earlier in the thread) that, joaquinsfy has used other unlock methods before and they have worked fine, he is experienced in linux etc and the only reason for trying the IPSF method was to check if they went one step further and overrode the Lock Counter check as well as the NCK routine.

    It turns out they did !

    Here's hope for an update from the Dev Team soon for the Free methods :-)

    I'm hoping we just need another patched nor to add to the existing unlocks that not only bypasses the NCK routined but bypasses the Lock Counter also.

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    Although I remember sam saying the dev team would not, on principle, analyze the IPSF hacks and re-use them. Hacking ethics, etc. Not so sure that that applies in this situation, though

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    Quote Originally Posted by healeydave View Post
    Quite frankly I don't trust any of these gui programs.

    I know they had timing issues on the first versions, who knows what could be happening behind a pretty picture.

    I am confident in my ability to enter the CLCK command myself, so I use the original iUnlock created by the Dev team but the revision with the higher baud rate.

    It takes about 2 minutes to do it manually and you have the piece of mind that you can see each step going through successfully (e.g. the Erase, nor flash, secpack etc).

    Its never failed me and because I setup my phones properly by putting anglocised files on and the relevant carriers personalisation stuff as well, using a GUI has no time saving benefit what-so-ever. I still want to SSH and SFTP to the phone.






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    infact i think its better to use the anysim,coz u wont make a mistake anywhere , although the timing issue was there,but i tried the anysim 1.01 on my virgin phone it came out with the minicom error,i restarted and it works flawless,so i'm very sure that anyone who follows it properly and his phone is not a exception,it works for sure, manually anyone who does it the first time is bound to go through some errors and jeopardizing his attempts.

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    any updates on this? or fixes?


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    any updates? so the only solution is to use IPSF right now?

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    May be if someone with IPSF unlocked iPhone can perform NORDump - we can see what is the difference in that method.

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    Looking for someone with an NCK counter exceeded to test a fix.

    Please go to the #beta channel on irc.os86.hu asap or pm Sam

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    is this correct?

    AT+XSIMSTATE=1
    +XSIM: 2

    +XLOCK: "PN",4,0,"PU",5,0,"PP",5,0,"PC",5,0,"PS",5,0


    edit

    my other phone was only showing:

    AT+XSIMSTATE=1
    +XSIM: 1

    +XLOCK:

    and after I typed
    AT+CLCK="PN",2

    it shows :

    AT+XSIMSTATE=1
    +XSIM: 1

    +XLOCK: "PN",4,0,"PU",5,0,"PP",5,0,"PC",5,0,"PS",5,0

    note the diference in +XSIM: 2 on the first one and +XSIM: 1 on the second one.

    i dont know why this diference i only know that both phones are unlocked.

    cheers
    Last edited by crackn; 09-27-2007 at 07:39 PM.

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    So i can only unlock my phone 2 more times if i've already unlocked it once?


 

 
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