Discuss Temporary Unlock at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Whilst waiting for the Dev Team to software unlock, (of which all of us should ...
Whilst waiting for the Dev Team to software unlock, (of which all of us should be patient as they are not asking anything from you and some of you are being damn demanding), try to temporarily unlock the phone using a spoofing technique through multi-line SIM cards. This is a CHEAP and FEASIBLE alternative for the time being.
I have a 6in1 SIM CARD and a Reader/Writer.
If possible, would someone enlighten us with some details on how the spoof works. I maybe wrong, but I hope that this should be easier than unlocking, and also, it will give the Dev Team a break from all our demands.
They work hard and the least we can do is give them time and support. Not bullshit.
Thanks Dev Team, I understand that all this is not easy and sure as hell I can't even start to think of how to do anything that would help.
So...can a $10 SIM and a $5 SIM Reader/Writer help? Since Turbo SIM can spoof it, why can't we spoof it ourselves? Does anyone with Technical Knowledge be able to help?
Thanks to all of you and have a nice day.
BTW: FYI, I paid RM36 for the SIM and READER/WRITER. That would be about USD$11 for this package. I am sure that you can get prices similar where you are as I live in Malaysia, where technology comes with a Hefty Price Tag.
this will only with v1 sim cards.
The enhanced protection on newer sim cards does not let
you extract all the info to clone the card.
Thank you, I appreciate your information.
Originally Posted by mdfreeman
If I am not wrong, isn't it possible for OLDER AT&T SIMs to be used in an iPhone? Thus, if so, we can use the OLDER v1 SIMS to extract their IMSI. There are so many networks in the world and limited IMSI ID codes. Thus, each network is only allowed to apply a limited set of numbers as their network ID code. By using that code from OLDER AT&T cards. we should be able to implement that code into a blank SIM.
Do you not agree?
Just one question, the AT&T SIM included with my iPhone begins with the SERIAL
I believe that many of you who bought the OTB1.1.2 iPhone would also have a serial similar to what I have.
I purchased my iPhone from NYC on December 9th.
So, can we use the first few digits to make the phone think it is a AT&T card, then we use our ACTUAL SIM to follow allowing us to utilize our own network?
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