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    HI.... k before 997TT starts to yell saying i need to search previous threads, i did search and did not find a definite answer.
    I have an iphone unlocked using command method, by installing installer then subsystem openssh and so forth, and then using minicom to enter AT+CLCK .... if i just do a restore to 1.0.2 is it still going to be unlcoked, becasue i know that ipsf stays unlocked from personal experience.
    THanks in advance



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    lol 997TT just doesnt want people to start useless threads.

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    well 997TT can have fun with his 997TT... thats even if he has one.. if he has one then good for him its a beautiful car... however this forum is for everyone with questions and for people to answer...im just asking a simple question if 997 doesnt want reply and help for the people on this forum then clearly hes very ignorant and like i said i have used the "SEARCH" and could not find a definite answer so if anyone could help me that would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goudok View Post
    HI.... k before 997TT starts to yell saying i need to search previous threads, i did search and did not find a definite answer.
    I have an iphone unlocked using command method, by installing installer then subsystem openssh and so forth, and then using minicom to enter AT+CLCK .... if i just do a restore to 1.0.2 is it still going to be unlcoked, becasue i know that ipsf stays unlocked from personal experience.
    THanks in advance
    hmm you wanting to restore to 1.0.2. is this from 1.0.2?! then it probably restores the 1.0.2 modem firmware and locks but i think in this case you can apply the unlock method again but you get your unlock counter increased which can max out.
    there are methods on the forum to check that counter.

    but wait for more confirmation before you take action...!!!

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    i've tried it .. and still unlocked ..
    just you need to reactive it ..


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    restoring is fine.

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    after restoring an unlocked phone, the phone will still remain unlocked, u just need to activate it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goudok View Post
    HI.... k before 997TT starts to yell saying i need to search previous threads, i did search and did not find a definite answer.
    I have an iphone unlocked using command method, by installing installer then subsystem openssh and so forth, and then using minicom to enter AT+CLCK .... if i just do a restore to 1.0.2 is it still going to be unlcoked, becasue i know that ipsf stays unlocked from personal experience.
    THanks in advance
    You're a funny person, you know that? You didn't find an answer to your questions using the SEARCH function? Well...you didn't look for it or just gave up after 30 seconds. :p Yes, the unlock should stay in place, you just need to activate, jailbreak, apptapp the iPhone. If it didn't stay in place (not very likely), just use AnySIM to do the job for you, it should work much easier, you just need to use the link to the installer.app repo on the iPhone Wiki to install AnySIM to Installer.app.

    Last reply to a very very easy question.

    Yes, a discussion forum is for asking. Ooops, oh wait: it is actually for DISCUSSING.
    Meaning: as soon as a question has been answered, we move on to new stuff or to stuff related to problems with the answer.
    Just look how flodded the forums are...the same stuff over and over again and "somebody" high up in the Hackint0sh hierarchy is on my back to use the AXT dealing with such stuff and not bother anymore to explain. Trust me...I'm still too forgiving.

 

 

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