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Discuss (Poll) Wich unlock style do you prefer AnySim or IPSF at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; I just want to see what you think, in my case I prefer AnySim style ...
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    Default (Poll) Wich unlock style do you prefer AnySim or IPSF

    I just want to see what you think, in my case I prefer AnySim style unlocks since they just patch the baseband and are reversible if they have bugs. Unlike the IPSF ones that mess with really core parts of the phone were a mistake (like not backking up your seczone) will render your iphone useless.



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    Prefer IPSF, you will only run into problems if you don't backup your seczone and you're a dumbass, up until this point the unlock survives and no waiting for an unlock that will be obsolete again in a few weeks

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    thanks for the reply lol but I still doubt about those unlocks that go to deep inside the phone

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    Sounds like you are just a scardy-cat to me, but you can stick to your "safe" method, hey the important thing is that you can use your phone

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    lol yeah but it is a $400 phone


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    IPSF ftw
    I just reversed mine with my seczone, and patched it with the new one, it is simple

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    Quote Originally Posted by twadds View Post
    Prefer IPSF, you will only run into problems if you don't backup your seczone
    I been unlocking since September and have unlocked countless phones and never "backed up my seczone" I accidentally bricked only one phone. What does that mean anyway? I'm no n00b at this but I hear that term being tossed around.
    Counting down for iPhone 2012 =)

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    thanks for the reply lol but I still doubt about those unlocks that go to deep inside the phone
    Unlocking with ziphone/anysim means reflashing a patched baseband .
    You have to do it on every update. Unlocking via GUI by pressing one button can also "go deep inside".
    ppl have big faith...

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