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    Lightbulb A NEW WAY TO UNLOCK 1.1.2?????????? please translate in English!!!

    Was wir über das iPhone 1.1.2 wissen!

    1. Man kann sich ein simfreies Handy kaufen und es nach 24 Stunden aktivieren. (Wenn ich es vorher aktiviere soll es angeblich nur noch mit T-Mobile karten laufen. Ob es stimmt keine Ahnung)
    2. Bei der aktivierung muss die ProviderKarte eingelgt sein die man nutzen möchte z.b vodafone.
    3. Nach der aktivierung kann ich dann alle vodafone katen nutzen.
    4. Wenn ich dann auf eine T-Mobile Karte wechsle muss ich das iPhone über iTunes wiederherstellen und kann den neuen provider (z.B. T-Mobile) aktivieren wo es dann wieder mit allen T-Mobile karten läuft.

    D.h. beim ersten aktivieren wird überprüft ob die EMEI eine simlock hat oder nicht. Wenn kein simlock vorhanden (was bei Apple hinterlegt wird) wird ein Aktivierungcode generiert der den provider freischaltet. Dann kann ich alle karten des selben providers mit dem iPhone betreiben.

    Liegt eine simsperre vor. Wird der provider der karte ermittelt, ist dieser provider berechtigt das iPhone zu vertreiben wird die Rufnummer überprüft um nachzuprüfen ob ein Vertrag vorhanden ist. Ist beides vorhanden wird die entsprechende Aktivierung mit provider ausgelöst. Ist der Provider berechtigt aber die rufnummer hat keinen Vertrag für das iPhone wird man auf eine Vertragsseite umgeleitet wo man diesen Abschließen kann. Nach vertragsabschuß wird das iPhone aktiviert. Und ich kann wie hier in Deutschland alle T-Mobile karten nutzen. Ich hab´s getestet es funktioniert (bei diesem Test hatte ich leider keine prepaidkarte zum testen muss also noch jemand prüfen)

    D.h das die neue Firmware/Baseband schon simfrei ist und nur die Aktivierungsdatei die Simsperre auslöst. Wird bei der Aktivierung nicht nur die Lockdown Datei umgeschrieben oder eingefügt?

    Ich glaube es reicht wenn man eine Aktivierungsdatei kreiert die die EMEI vom iPhone und Provider Kennung beinhaltet um das iPhone freiszuschalten. Bei den ersten US iPhones gab es immer noch eine Kartensperre in der Aktivierung da ich die AT&T Karten nicht tauschen konnte. Auf die Kartennummer wurde mit Europa Start verzichtet, da die neu Ausgelieferten iPhones keine Simkarte mehr haben!

    Also was wir brauchen ist ein iPhone das jailbroken ist. Und ein Aktivierungsgenerator wo man Provider und EMEI einträgt um dies dann zum iPhone zu senden. Gab es da nicht iAsign um andere AT&T karten freizuschalten? Kann man es umschreiben da mit man die Providernummer eintragen kann?

    Stimmt meine Vermutung überhaupt?



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    it's only how it should be the official unlock.

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    What about the iPhone 1.1.2 know!

    1st One can buy a simfreies mobile and activate after 24 hours. (If I do it before it supposedly only with T-Mobile cards run. Whether it is true no idea)
    2nd When aktivierung needs to be Inserted card provider you wish to use the example vodafone.
    3rd After aktivierung I can be all vodafone katen.
    4th If I get to a T-Mobile card, I must change the iPhone on iTunes and can restore the new provider (eg T-Mobile) where it will activate again with all T-Mobile cards running.

    Dh The first will review whether to activate the EMEI a simlock or not. If no simlock present (at Apple was deposited), an activation code is generated to unlock the provider. Then I can all cards from the same providers with the iPhone.

    If a simsperre. If the provider of the card determines the provider is entitled to the iPhone will distribute the phone number checked to verify whether a contract exists. If there is both the provider with activation triggered. If the provider is entitled but the rufnummer has no contract for the iPhone will be on a contract where one side rerouted Finalizing this. After vertragsabschuß the iPhone activated. And as I can here in Germany T-Mobile all cards. I got tested it works (in this test, I had no prepaidkarte to test someone must still consider)

    This means that the new firmware / Baseband already simfrei is only the activation file the Simsperre triggers. If the activation is not only the Lockdown file rewritten or inserted?

    I think it is sufficient if an activation file created by the EMEI the iPhone and provider identifier includes the iPhone freiszuschalten. In the first U.S. iPhones there was still a card lock in the activation since I AT & T cards could not replace. On the card number, starting with Europe, since the newly Ausgelieferten iPhones no Simkarte more!

    So what we need is an iPhone the jailbroken. And an activation generator where one provider and EMEI registry to then send the iPhone. Were it not iAsign to other AT & T cards features? Can we rewrite it as the provider number register?

    If my guess, anyway?

    Used Google Translate. Not perfect but you get the gist.

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    and what is NEW now?????????????????????????

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    ok, ok i'll try in my best german.. (google translate sucks.. sorry )
    i am dutch so it is pretty similar but there might still be some typo's

    What we know about the iPhone 1.1.2!

    1. You CAN buy a simlockfree mobile phone and activate it after 24 Hrs.
    (If i try to activate before that time it says it only works with a T-Mobile activated SIM, not sure if that is correct)
    2. While activated the SIM you will be using afterwards HAS to be in the phone (edit sjowol: I reckon they just got their hands on anySIM bloody krauts )
    3. After activation you can only use the sim you have activated with (edit again: so you pay 999 euro's to stil have a locked phone...)
    4. If you want to change to another SIM-card you have to restore the phone through iTunes and then you can activate a new provider, wich is then ofcourse the only one it uses (ie restore every frikkin' time you wanna change sims)

    When you first activate itunes will check if your IMEI has a sim-lock or not, when there is no simlock an activationcode will be generated wich makes the phone simlockfree for all sims of this particular provider (apple stores this).
    you can then use the phone with all sims from this particular provider (ie all vodafone sims, all o2 sims but not switch between o2 and vf)

    If there is a simlock then the provider of the simcard will be contacted, if this provider is allowed to have an iphone runnig on their network (weird sentence but i take it this is what it means ) then the phonenumber will be checked to see if there is an agreement with this provider. if both are there then the appropriate activation with the provider will be done.
    If the provider is allowed to have an iphone runnig on their network but there is no agreement with the provider for this phonenumber you will be redirected to an agreement page where you can enter into a contract. After getting the contract the iPhone will be activated.
    I can use all T-mobile cards. i tested this and it works. (unfortunately i didn't have acces to a pre-pay card so someone has to try that one for me)

    D.h the fact that the new Firmware/Baseband already simfree is and only the activationdate unlocks the sim. Isn't only the lockdown date adjusted/replaced?

    I think it would be enough to create an activation date with the IMEI wich tells the iPhone and the provider to unlock. in the first US iPhones there was still al lock so you couldn't replace the simcard.
    it seems like the new european iPhones won't be sold with a simcard anymore in the future. (edit: again.. very strange sentence.. but i think it should be translated something like this )

    Also what we need is an already jailbroken iPhone. and the activationgenerator where you give the IMEI and providername to send to the iPhone.
    Didn't we have iAssign to unlock different sims? would iyt be possible to re-write this so you can register with the provideernumber?

    Is my hypothesis correct anyway?

    well i hope this will make more sense!
    cheers,

    Sjowol


 

 

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