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    Default sim in when unlocking

    if you use anysim to unlock do u need to have the at&t sim in or out?



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    You must have non-AT&T sim put in it while runing anySIM !

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    Quote Originally Posted by bequa View Post
    You must have non-AT&T sim put in it while runing anySIM !
    Use your sim for activation and for unlocking with anysim. Have pin disabled on the sim.

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    okay I will try anysim with the sim in it

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    Hi, I unlocked a Phone today via AnySIM 1.2 without any SIM in the Phone.
    After that I put in my Vodafone SIM, entered the Pin (I did not deactivate the Pin before) and it worked well (SMS, Calls...). Then I pulled the SIM out (I had yet to write some infos out of my old Phone) and put it back into the iPhone.

    Now I cannot get beyond the Pin thing. It gives me the info that my SIM is not valid. I cant make calls nor anything else. Its still activated tho. Any idea how to fix this?

    Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by margaan View Post
    Hi, I unlocked a Phone today via AnySIM 1.2 without any SIM in the Phone.
    After that I put in my Vodafone SIM, entered the Pin (I did not deactivate the Pin before) and it worked well (SMS, Calls...). Then I pulled the SIM out (I had yet to write some infos out of my old Phone) and put it back into the iPhone.

    Now I cannot get beyond the Pin thing. It gives me the info that my SIM is not valid. I cant make calls nor anything else. Its still activated tho. Any idea how to fix this?

    Thanks!
    Try restore the iphone,(make sure you have the 1.02 firmware). You can do that without the SIM. The AnySim will stay/survice the restore, do not unlock it again.

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    Are you using a Mac? If so, don't use AnySim.
    I used this guide yesterday. The unlocking process was a breeze.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phungy View Post
    Are you using a Mac? If so, don't use AnySim.
    I used this guide yesterday. The unlocking process was a breeze.
    Yes, I am. Can I just restore it with 1.0.2 (as it is now) and re-unlock with the method you posted?

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    Is it currently at 1.0.2? If so, I don't think you will need to restore it but if you do, remember to hold SHIFT when you click RESTORE in iTunes and select FW 1.0.2 or else it will update to 1.1.1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phungy View Post
    Is it currently at 1.0.2? If so, I don't think you will need to restore it but if you do, remember to hold SHIFT when you click RESTORE in iTunes and select FW 1.0.2 or else it will update to 1.1.1.
    Yes, it is 1.0.2. So I can just re-unlock the phone with "your" method after the iphone already been unlocked with AnySIM, ya?


 

 
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